Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Korean Melon Snow Cone

SULBING KOREAN DESSERT CAFE


Located right in front of Harajuku station, is this Korean dining snow cone shop! 
Snow cone...shaved ice?
What do you call this huge ball of delicious. 

Anyway, this is melon strawberry snowflake sherbet which is what I tired. This is the summer limited edition and just came out the day we went. 



Yum!!!! The melon was so juicy!


Little interesting fact...

Name of snow cones around the world. 

Country
Name
USA & Canada
‘Sno Balls’ or ‘Snow Cones’
Mexico & Nicaragua
‘Raspa’ or ‘Raspados’
Hawaii
‘Shave Ice’
Pakistan
‘Gola ganda’ (گولا گنڈ)
India
‘Ice Gola’ or ‘Chuski’
Malaysia & Singapore
‘Ice Kacangs’
Spain & Cuba
‘Granizados’
Israel
‘Barad’ (ברד)
Puerto Rico
‘Piragua’
Dominican Republic
‘Frío Frío’ (Cold Cold)
Philippines
‘Halo-halo’
Brazil
‘Raspadinha’
Italy
‘Granita’
Suriname
‘Schaafijs’
Thailand
 ‘Nam Kang Sai’ (น้ำแข็งไส)
Japan
‘Kakigōri’ (かき氷)
Korea
‘Patbingsu’ (팥빙수)
China
‘Bàobīng’ (刨冰)
El Salvador
‘Minutas’
Peru
 ‘Cremolada’ or ‘Raspadilla’
Bolivia
‘Shikashika’
Chile
‘Mermelda Con Hielo’ (Ice Jam)
Costa Rica
‘Granizados’ or ‘Copos’ or ‘Churchills’
Guatemala
‘Granizada’
Venezuela
‘Cepillados’
Pananma
‘Raspao’
Columbia
‘Raspada’ or ‘Cholado’
Caribbean Islands
‘Snow Ball’


As you see on top its a popular Korean boy group picture on top. 


My friend enjoyed the Green tea one. Very Japanese style!



You can check out more of their menu at their site. http://www.sulbing.jp/

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