Indian sweet treats aren’t uncommon to Bangkok’s food scene (see our Indian sweet shop listings here
), but Yummz Kulfi
is arguably the first of its kind in Bangkok to dedicate itself entirely to these creamy, delicious no-churn ice creams.
Even better? It’s affordable. The kulfi snacks here start at B60 for the smaller sizes, and the bigger ones go for around B70. Currently boasting 10 flavors, tastes range from the basic chocolate almond (B80) and crunchy pistachio (B70) to fancier bites like fresh saffron (B120).
If you’ve got a real hankering for kulfi you can pick out a combination of the 10 flavors for B580, available for delivery if Phahurat is a little out of your reach. Check their Facebook
for pop-up events.
Saffron Kulfi (B120). Photo BK Magazine.
Betel leaf kulfi (B70) with betel sweet nuts. Photo BK Magazine.