D'Mall, Station 2, Boracay, Malay, Aklan
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From the beautiful island of Boracay, HITW welcomes Coco Mama and a couple more Boracay restaurants! Providing an alternative space while the island is closed, some HITW stalls gave these restaurants the chance to offer their food in the Metro.
Since I love anything coconut - coconut water, coconut meat, coconut milk, coconut ice cream, etc - trying Coco Mama was a no brainer. Taking the space of the used to be Milk Trade, Coco Mama sells nothing but coconut ice cream. Plain in a cup or a little fancy in a coconut shell.
I went for the Coconut Ice Cream with Mango. Served in a coconut shell, selling for 140Php, I knew I was in for a treat! The ice cream itself was really good! It wasn't the thick and creamy type but it was delicious! It had a clean, fresh coconut flavor, not too sweet and nothing artificial. I love that it had strips of fresh coconut, some sticky rice, rice crispies and fresh ripe mangoes. If there was just more of the sticky rice, this would have been the best! Mango Sticky Rice Coconut Ice Cream - ahhhhh!
I finished my order in no time! Kinda wished that there was more ice cream per order though
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The last time i visited Boracay was eons ago. I am pretty certain that Coco Mama doesnt exist yet during my visit. I’ve been seeing a lot of posts about ‘em since Boracay closed its doors temporarily. I got a lil curious but not to a point of waking up early in the morning to visit Salcedo.
Mama decided to swing by BGC! Coincidence? Maybe.
Ola, Coco Mama!
I got the one served with some diced mangoes on the side. The ice cream is surprisingly good! I love how the consistency is...it’s like liquid velvet. I taste coconut in all its glory. The add-ons works really well with the light and refreshing ice cream.
You wanna know what makes Mama stand out? Non-dairy, vegan, lactose-free ice cream.
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Served with fresh coconut, malagkit rice and pinipig, this is probably the best and most guilt-free dessert you can order in the island. From the same owners of Spice Bird and Sunny Side, it reminds me a lot of Bangkok's coconut ice cream - a no frills, honest-to-goodness ice cream that will make you want to come back for more.
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