Aboong Malaysia

Restaurants, Ice-cream parlours Subang
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 (Photo: Stacy Liu)
Photo: Stacy Liu
 (Photo: Stacy Liu)
Photo: Stacy Liu
 (Photo: Stacy Liu)
Photo: Stacy Liu

Bungeoppang, the Korean carp-shaped waffle snack with red bean filling, is essentially South Korea’s answer to the Japanese taiyaki. South Korean chain Aboong (derived from ‘bungeoppang’) took things a step further by serving yoghurt soft serve in a fish-shaped waffle, which acts as a cone. If you’ve always wanted to have waffles with ice cream on the go, Aboong is your answer. The waffle (slightly crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside) is made to order, with a dollop of either red bean, custard cream or Nutella as the base, then filled with the yoghurt soft serve of your choice (we had red bean and the seasonal mango flavour) for a surprisingly delicious package. Toppings include Nestum flakes, chocolate drizzle and mixed fruit skewers dipped in chocolate fondue.


Venue name: Aboong Malaysia
Address: 49 Jalan SS15/8a
Opening hours: Daily, 11am-11pm

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