Somisomi the popular taiyaki specialist, has opened its doors in the Shanghai Plaza in Las Vegas Chinatown, bringing its signature Ah-Boong treats to the city’s dessert scene. The Ah-Boong is a soft-serve ice cream cone served in a fish-shaped waffle, filled with flavors like red bean, custard, and Nutella.
The Ah-Boong has quickly become a fan favorite, with its unique combination of textures and flavors. The soft-serve ice cream is creamy and smooth, while the taiyaki waffle adds a satisfying crunch. The filling options are also a hit among customers, with the red bean being a classic choice and the Nutella being a popular modern twist.
What makes Somisomi’s Ah-Boong stand out is the attention to detail in its presentation. Each cone is carefully crafted and topped with colorful and playful toppings like fruity pebbles, Oreo crumbs, and mochi. The cones are also customizable, with options like chocolate or Nutella-lined.
The Shanghai Plaza location is Somisomi’s first in Las Vegas, but it’s already drawing crowds with its Instagram-worthy treats. The vibrant and playful decor of the shop also adds to the overall experience, making it the perfect spot for a fun and tasty dessert outing.
But what sets Somisomi apart isn’t just its delicious treats and playful atmosphere – it’s also the company’s commitment to quality ingredients and sustainable practices. Somisomi uses locally-sourced milk and organic ingredients whenever possible, and its cups and spoons are made from eco-friendly materials.
Overall, Somisomi’s arrival in the Shanghai Plaza is a welcome addition to Las Vegas’s already vibrant food scene. Whether you’re a fan of traditional soft-serve ice cream or looking to try something new, Somisomi’s delicious and playful Ah-Boong treats are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
About the Shanghai Plaza:
The Shanghai Plaza is a new shopping center located in the heart of Spring Mountain Road, in the Chinatown district of Las Vegas. It is primarily home to restaurants and bakeries, reflecting Asian cuisine, along with other international brands. It is considered a haven for foodies and offers a variety of other businesses and activities, including a room where you can destroy objects, a ping pong sports club, a relaxing foot spa, and karaoke bars. Overall, it adds to the vibrant and diverse offerings of the Chinatown district in Las Vegas.