Los Angeles Shaved Ice Desserts Worth Seeking

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Now that summer is sweltering, get relief where you can. I normally find it at the bottom of a bowl or cup. In L.A., frosty options are nearly unlimited and go well beyond lemonade. Learn about Los Angeles shaved ice desserts worth seeking, including Hawaiian style shave ice, Korean bingsu, Japanese kakigori, and Taiwanese shaved snow. Mexican raspados also made the cut. Vendors technically pour flavored syrups over crushed ice, but trust me, nobody will complain by the time you reach the bottom of the cup. So far, I’m featuring seven Los Angeles shaved ice desserts, with more to come.

Bingsu Bingsu Signature Bibim Bingsu – Arcadia ↓


Bingsu Los Angeles

Kanomwaan Shaved Ice Bua Loy & Salted Egg Yolk Sauce – Thai Town ↓

Shaved Ice Los Angeles

Katsu Sando Kakigori (Flavors Change Seasonally) – Chinatown + San Gabriel ↓

Kakigori Los Angeles

La Fruta Feliz Nance + Guava Raspado – El Monte ↓

Raspado Los Angeles

Spiceology Mango Set Snow – Arcadia ↓

Shaved Ice Los Angeles

Sul & Beans Injeolmi Bingsoo – Koreatown + Rowland Heights ↓

Bingsu Los Angeles

Ululani’s Hawaiian Shave Ice Local Motion (Li Hing Mui, Mango + Pineapple) – Los Feliz ↓

Shave Ice Los Angeles

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Joshua Lurie

Joshua Lurie founded FoodGPS in 2005. Read about him here.

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