We survived the last 626 Night Market of the year! Despite the heat, we got to try many vendors and of course, we stayed hydrated with the endless amount of drink options. This event was better than ever, with drone racing, a giant screen where you can play Just Dance, fire beats by various DJs and performers, and the best food in SoCal!
Here's my recap of some of the food and drink I got to try!
Yellow Business knows how to create a beautiful dessert! Matcha green tea ice cream with a puffle waffle, absolute perfection. topped with a koala cracker, pocky sticks, strawberries, sprinkles and chocolate syrup. I also tried the chocolate ice cream with graham crackers, wafer sticks topped with whipped cream, sprinkles and chocolate syrup. The ultimate sundae.
Nitrolado - Honey Jasmine ice cream made with liquid nitrogen topped with a matcha churro pop! Their cup had a flashing light at the bottom too, so cool! Visit their shop in Garden Grove and try their new churro bowls!
Jichan's Onigiri-ya - Who knew something so simple can taste so good! Best rice balls ever from Jichan's Onigiri. Order them all to make a perfect meal! Karaage Onigiri, Sake Yakionigiri, Onsen Onigiri, and Chibi Teriyaki Spam Onigiri
Flavour Fusions - A bucket full of UNICORN LOVE - cotton candy milk, sugar, spice and everything nice. Don’t forget to try some craft soda too! Pick your favorite flavor and they add fruit and jello toppings, your drink isn't complete without a jello syringe! I love carrying around their flashing buckets.
Blue Butterfly - I couldn’t decide with one to get, so I ordered them all // CUTE BOTTLES & PRETTY DRINKS, perfect for the scorching weather. Lychee, Watermelon, creamer and butterfly pea flower, cheese foam and oolong, milk tea with jasmine green tea, butterfly lemonade, rainbow strawberry. They cater events too!
Lobsterdamus - Lobster is my weakness, especially when they’re grilled// lobster in a nest of noodles from @lobsterdamus! The lobsters are kept alive until your order, so you know it's fresh. The Cajun butter mixed with charred flavor made it taste amazing! They cut the lobster in half and the claws are cracked so you can get to the meat a little easier. We also got to try the lobster nachos, just cause one lobster wasn't enough.
Ensaymada Project - Maple Bacon Ensaymada, ask them to warm it up before you eat this filipino pastry. it’ll melt in your mouth like pure sweetness. This dessert is dangerously good!