·The famous dessert cold drink shop in Chiang Mai is very popular.
· The iconic big dog sculpture at the door (the color will change over time) is based on the boss funny artist Nose look, definitely the best place to go for the concave look. And the production is very good, this fried chicken nugget is really crisp and tender, it is great!
Plum ice cream, smooth and fragrant, durian ice cream, fragrant and delicious, delicious and delicious
Nimman Road is a must-have place in Chiang Mai. There are some very artistic small shops. I saw this dessert shop in the guide. When I came at night, it was very artistic because of the lights. The yard is very large, and a large dog is easy to identify. Very tasty.
Choose chocolate waffles, both waffles and two ice cream balls. The ice cream tastes vanilla and snowbar, both delicious. There is also a large cream on the waffles, very delicious.
Thailand special ice cream, taste super delicious.
Chiang Mai's famous dessert shop, when it was already 4 o'clock, plus rain, not many people! Didn't say it was Chinese! Many local young people, students, including tourists from other Thai cities will come to admire. Location is not easy to find, but the big, conspicuous pink dog is the sign! The restaurant mainly serves desserts, drinks, ice cream and some simple meals. Served orange juice lychee water, blueberry cheese蛋糕 and a fish cake and chips! A total of 325b, consumption is not expensive, in Shanghai is estimated to be the price of a piece of cake! It is a good choice to chat and hang out in the afternoon when the weather is good!
There are many flavors of ice cream and beverages in the store. The environment here is spacious and comfortable, whether you sit indoors or outdoors to enjoy snacks! The dessert tastes pretty good. What attracts me is that in addition to the famous pink Tengu, they also have special stores to sell their surroundings.
The internet celebrity dessert shop on Ningman Road, Chiang Mai, can be easily found by following Google Maps in one of the deep lanes on Ningman Road. Many people come here to check in because of the big blue dog (which used to be painted in pink) at the door. I believe you have seen it in many travel notes.