Monday, November 28, 2011

Sushi & Shaved Snow

Last Friday I met up with my friend and we went to Rowland Heights. Good times.
We were both feeling very hungry so we hit the nearest sushi place--Niko Niko Sushi.

Spicy rainbow rolls. Yummy.

Teriyaki bowl. It was alright.
Can't remember the name, but I loved this one.

And then we headed to Class 302 for some dessert. As the name suggests, Class 302 is a school-themed Taiwanese cafe also located in Rowland Heights. They're pretty well known among local Asians for their shaved snow (which is what we wanted to get), but they also sell other foods as well. The difference between shaved "ice" and shaved "snow" is that the shaved snow has finer consistency. Well, I love them both.
As you can see in the picture below, this place is quite small and it was crowded with people. We had to wait 20 minutes, but it was worth the wait.

We got green tea flavored shaved snow (with sweetened red beans, condensed milk, and big chunks of chewy rice cakes).
It was really good. Look at that amazing texture. Om nom nom!


  1. @the food dude
    Yeah I love sushi rolls, I can eat them every single day! seriously :D

    Hey can I come over to your house and use your shaved ice maker? haha :D

  2. haha anytime :) lets try mango snow ice nex time