A delicious Thai dessert pop-up is coming to Seattle this week

Aug 12 2020, 10:14 am

The combination of perfectly ripe mangos and coconut milk-drenched rice is one that every Seattleite needs to try at least once in their lifetime.

This week, Nit Thai Dessert is hosting its first-ever organic mango and sticky rice pop-up at their brand new shop in Wallingford.

The restaurant will feature three flavors of sticky rice to choose from: classic coconut, pandan, and Thai tea.


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Nit Thai Dessert will also be serving up fan-favorite Thai Iced Tea with several plant-based milk substitute options.

The pop-up will be taking place at 1714 North 44th Street in Seattle from 4 to 8 pm, Thursday to Sunday. Street parking is available.

Alyssa TherrienAlyssa Therrien

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