Relish Some Fancy Taiwanese Desserts At This Cute Little Cafe In Bibvewadi!

Cafes

Snow Cafe

Bibvewadi, Pune

Shreedhar Nilay Building, Near Light House Mall, Shree Suvarna Bank Road, Bibvewadi, Pune

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What Makes It Awesome?

The location is quite difficult to find but worth it especially if you are an Asian Dessert Admirer. The main idea behind Snow Cafe is serving authentic Orient Desserts (especially Taiwan) and has a quiet cozy ambience. Enrich Coco Bubble Tea: Bubble tea is a Taiwanese tea-based drink invented in Tainan and Taichung in the 1980s. It looks like pearls and is kinda chewy. We decided to fuse it with Enrich Coco which tasted something like Irish coffee but was a great combination. Green Apple Cheese Tea: The green Apple ice tea was topped with a foamy layer of milk and cream cheese and sprinkled with salt. The drink is sweet, like boba, but has a savory finish, it is one of the few places serving this in Pune or probably the only. The drink originated in the night market stands of Taiwan. Alphonso Mango Snow Ice : milk, water (ice) and sugar are blended, the bowl looks huge but it’s mostly just ice. They are great shared and perfect on a hot summer day. Topped with fresh fruit and bubbles (bubbles in the bubble tea) The desserts are shaved and prepared right near the doorway so you can see the process. Melt-in-your-mouth flavoured snow? The ice is just so smooth and so flavoured that just thinking about it makes me drool. Spicy Singapore Fried Noodles : There isn't much to say about this, the owner explained to us about how he imports ramen, however, it is the to-go taste and was so fascinated by the other stuff on the table this dish didn't grab our attention. Lychee Halo Halo : It is a layered dessert consisting of sweetened beans, Lychee (the fruit you choose), shaved ice drizzled with evaporated milk, and ice cream. Halo-halo in Tagalog translates to “mix-mix.”The origins of Halo-Halo most likely derived from a Japanese dessert called, kakigori, which was shaved ice served with sweet beans and Americans introduced ice to the Philippines. it was eaten with thick soft cream, Solti Litchi's claim was not lost. Pure ice is hard to melt, so it is a great point that shaved ice doesn't liquefy easily even when eaten at high temperatures. It was a very summer-purpose scraped ice that moisturized and salted the body that had been drained by the heat.

How Much Did It Cost?

Under ₹500

Best To Go With?

Kids, Bae, Big Group, Family

Cafes

Snow Cafe

Bibvewadi, Pune

Shreedhar Nilay Building, Near Light House Mall, Shree Suvarna Bank Road, Bibvewadi, Pune

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