Bingsus grew in popularity several years back when bingsu cafés started popping up everywhere. As of late, a new form of dessert is growing in trend and it is known as the kakigori.

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The difference between bingsu and kakigori is that the former is a Korean dish consisting of shaved ice alongside 2-3 other toppings. Kakigori, on the other hand, is a Japanese dessert and it often consists of syrup or condensed milk with shaved ice. The Malaysian equivalent to this dish would be the ais kacang.

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Mykori Dessert Café opened several months ago and locals were smitten at the kakigori concept which is slowly but surely growing in popularity here, just like the bingsu trend of a few years back.

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Mykori Dessert Café serves kakigoris which has been generously topped off with flavours like strawberry and matcha. Still, its most popular dish is the melon kakigori.

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The melon kakigoris are prepared fresh daily and the eatery sources the ripest melons to create the dish, which is served in the melon itself.

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For those who figure that desserts tend to be sweet and unhealthy, the melon kakigori would prove them wrong. It is a healthy and refreshing take on sugary sweet desserts and you would get your 5-a-day intake of fruits at the same time.

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Besides kakigori desserts, Mykori also serves ham and cheese taiyakis in the shape of a fish. Opt to order up a couple to balance the sweetness of the kakigori.

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Mykori Dessert Café

Hours: Tuesday-Thursday: 2pm-11pm, Friday-Saturday: 1pm-12am, Sundays & Public Holidays: 1pm-11pm. (Closed on Mondays).

Address: 6-2 Jalan Kenari 18A, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100 Puchong, Selangor

Website: Mykori Dessert Café

Tel: 016-908 1990

Feature Image Credit: Mykori

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