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Treat Yourself To These Delicious Mango Desserts in Thailand

Do the mango tango!

Mango desserts are a heavenly delight for every Thailand food lover. It's not only because they taste so good, but also because this juicy and fragrant fruit achieves the perfect balance between sweetness and sourness. Not to mention, they go perfectly well with sticky rice that’s a staple in the country.

For those who like their mangoes sweet, several places in Thailand serve up the fruit in all its forms. From street vendors to cozy cafes, here’s where to find the best Thailand mango desserts to beat the sweltering heat. 

1. NAM DOK MAI-น้ำดอกไม้ 

This hip cafe located in Bangkok's Ratchdam district serves up some of the best desserts in town. Their menu boasts over 30 different types of mango desserts including Thai Mango Passion Fruit Smoothie, Mango Sorbet, and even Mango Pudding. The best part? Each dish is made with fresh Thailand mango. 

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Source: Nam Dok Mai-น้ำดอกไม้ Facebook

Address:  ซ.เทศบาล Thang Kwian, Klaeng District, Rayong 21110, Thailand

Contact: +66 89 939 8432

Opening Hours: 10am – 3:30pm (Mon-Sat)





2. Mango Tango

Bangkok is a city full of delicious Thailand mango desserts. From Thailand mango sundaes and parfaits to the signature mango with extra sticky rice, there are so many ways to enjoy this tropical fruit in Mango Tango. As Thailand’s first mango and desserts café, it’s a must-stop for shoppers in Siam Square. 

Source: Mango Tango Facebook

Source: Mango Tango Facebook

Mango Tango

Address: Siam Square, Soi 3, Bangkok 10330 Thailand

Contact: +66 64 653 6415

Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Daily)




3. YenlyYours Dessert

If you are visiting Bangkok and want to try the best Thailand mango desserts in the city, then YenlyYours is where you should go. They pride themselves on only using the Thai golden honey mangoes to create their refreshing smoothies and delectable sweets. You can’t go wrong with their mango sticky rice and bua loy (glutinous rice balls), but the mango crepes and macarons are also noteworthy. 

YenlyYours Dessert

Address: Rama 1 Road, at Central World, 7th Floor Pathum Wan, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 12120 Thailand

Contact: +6689490012

Opening Hours: 11am – 9:30pm (Daily)




4. Boonsap Thai Dessert Shop

Boonsap started out as a humble stall in Thailand and is now a dessert shop renowned for its mango sticky rice. After passing down the recipe through three generations, their recipe remains authentic and is the reason why it draws hundreds of customers daily. The classic Thailand mango dessert is sweet and creamy, topped with crispy mung beans that add a nice crunch to the treat.  

Source: Boonsap Thai Dessert Shop Facebook

Source: Boonsap Thai Dessert Shop Facebook

Boonsap Thai Dessert Shop

Address:  1478 Soi Charoen Krung 46, Khwaeng Bang Rak, Khet Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand

Contact: +66 2 234 4086

Opening Hours: 7am – 5pm (Mon-Sat)




5. Mae Varee

How could you make fresh Thailand mango even better? Serve it with three different types of sticky rice. That’s exactly what Mae Varee did to elevate this national Thailand food and has been successfully doing so for decades. The green tea and pandan flavor are also a hit with the masses and are ideally consumed while it's hot. 

Source: Mae Varee Facebook

Source: Mae Varee Facebook

Mae Varee

Address:  1 Thong Lo Rd, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

Contact:  +66 2 392 4804

Opening Hours: 6am – 10pm (Daily)




6. Kor Panich 

Kor Panich is not your run-off-the-mill Thailand mango sticky rice establishment. This store near the Grand Palace earned a Micheline Bib Gourmand in 2019 and is said to be a favorite of the royal family. That means you can expect a perfected recipe that’s value for your money. Also, try their seasonal durian sticky rice while you’re here. 

Source: Kor Panich Facebook

Source: Kor Panich Facebook

Kor Panich

Address:  431 433 Thanon Tanao, San Chao Pho Sua, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200, Thailand

Contact: +66 2 221 3554

Opening Hours: 7am – 6pm (Mon-Sat)




7. Make Me Mango

As the name suggests, you can get all things mango at Make Me Mango. In addition to specializing in mango sticky rice, they also serve mango bingsu, mango ice cream, mango panna cotta, as well as savory Thailand food like Pad Thai. It’s the perfect place to cool down after wandering at Tha Thian Market. 

Source: Make Me Mango Facebook

Source: Make Me Mango Facebook

Make Me Mango

Address: 67 Maharat Road Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok 10200 Thailand

Contact: +66 2 622 0899

Opening Hours: 10:30am – 7pm (Daily)




8. Hiro Keki 

There’s no shortage of stores in Bangkok that sell Thailand mango desserts. But if you’re looking for something other than sticky rice, you’ve got to visit Hiro Keki for their fluffy Hokkaido pancakes and crème Brulee Kakigori that compliments the tropical fruit. We’d like to give a special mention to the cutest bear mascot. 

Source: Hiro Keki Facebook

Source: Hiro Keki Facebook

Hiro Keki

Address: เลขที่ 2 Soi Rarm Intra 57, Tha Raeng, Bang Khen, Bangkok 10230, Thailand

Contact: +66 92 478 5442

Opening Hours: 11am – 7pm (Daily)




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