Mango sticky rice is a traditional Thai dessert made with glutinous rice, fresh mango, and coconut milk. If you’ve got a hankering for the popular Asian dish or you’re dying to try it for the first time, there are many places in Manila that deliver it. Some shops even offer an ube variation of the dessert that’s fit for any ube fan. We even found a shop where you can get a huge (and we mean huge) serving of it: You can get an entire bilao of mango sticky rice with ube at Pasig-based food shop Dream Foodie!
This dessert combines the fresh mango flavor and sticky glutinous rice with the earthy, distinct flavor of ube halaya, resulting in a dish that’s a symphony of Southeast Asian flavor. The large tray of vibrant colors and flavors is sure to impress at your next celebration at home. The bilao includes a huge serving of mango sticky rice along with ube-flavored sticky rice that can serve 12 to 14 people. You can get it for P1,400!
In case you want to try this dessert without having to feed the entire village, you can also get a solo serving of Dream Foodie’s ube mango sticky rice for P120 or a serving for two people for P175.
For purists and mango sticky rice loyalists, the original variation of the dessert is also on the menu.
You can order Dream Foodie’s ube mango sticky rice by sending a message to their Facebook page or by contacting them at (0915) 640-6065 or (0928) 221-7005. They delivery every Wednesday via Grab or Lalamove.
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