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[Bangkok] Coconut Ice Cream at JJ Market

Coconut Ice Cream

Coconut ice cream (30 baht)

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Whenever we visit Chatuchak (or Jatujak/JJ) Market, we will definitely not miss this popular coconut ice cream stall. It is a great way to beat the blistering JJ Market heat. The ice cream is served in a coconut husk , complete with slices of coconut flesh, two toppings and complimentary cup of pure coconut water.

The ice cream comes with two toppings of your choice.

coconut drink
I also like to buy a bottle of coconut drink (I think it is 30 baht) for takeaway.

Tried their young coconut drink but for 30 baht, I would rather buy the ice-cream or drink instead.

Don’t miss this stall when you are at JJ Market!

coconut stall JJ Market
Directions to coconut ice cream stall at JJ Market
To go to JJ Market, take the BTS to Mo Chit station (terminal stop). Within JJ Market, the ice-cream stall is located between Sections 1 and 2 near the entrance of Kamphaenpetch MRT station, next to the corner stall selling Indonesian milk tea. Beware of smaller, copycat stalls in the vicinity.


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12 Responses to “[Bangkok] Coconut Ice Cream at JJ Market”

  1. Nate — August 30, 2008 @ 2:04 am

    Yay! first comment!

    Those young coconut ice cream cups look so awesome. I like that they add the scraped flesh in. And the fresh coconut juice too? For 75 cents? Wah, I am jealous.

    Hey, thanks for visiting my site and commenting. I wonder if you could help me out a little bit. I get a fair number of hits from Singapore. Could you tell me if my site loads faster or slower than other US-based food blogs? I am thinking that perhaps 5 posts per page is slowing the page load time down. But I need the opinion of non-US visitors.


  2. Katie — August 30, 2008 @ 10:09 am

    YUMMMM oh my gosh what a great idea! I love the little colorful flag in the ice cream. I want to make a trip to a local Asian foods store one of these days…is there anything specific that you recommend?


  3. Foodycat — August 31, 2008 @ 12:16 am

    Coconut icecream is exactly what I could eat now! After a terrible summer we’ve got a hot and humid day and I really don’t know how to deal with it!


  4. didally — September 1, 2008 @ 1:42 am

    Great marketing move indeed. They look so much more appealing in the coconut shell. Lots of ice cream and drinks to beat the heat are a must in chatuchak. :o


  5. rita — September 1, 2008 @ 5:19 pm

    the coconut water makes my mouth waterrrrrr…i wanntttt


  6. Wandering Chopsticks — September 2, 2008 @ 12:48 am

    That looks so good. And yes, I’d definitely pick coconut ice cream served in its shell with a free coconut juice over the other vendors. :)

    BTW, I was debating whether to go to Ikea today because of the weekend sale, and because they’re offering free breakfast. Then lo and behold, my anti-spam word is Ikea! So I guess I gotta go! :P


  7. pink parisian — September 2, 2008 @ 10:59 am

    I gotta try this the next time I’m in Chatuchak! Its always so hot in there, this must taste divine


  8. Thip — September 3, 2008 @ 12:32 am

    I had this two months ago while visiting my family. :)


  9. wiffy — September 3, 2008 @ 7:34 pm

    Nate:: yes… for the price, it’s certainly a steal, isn’t it ;p

    Katie:: Hee, tough question … how about some fancy chinese herbs or spices like sichuan peppercorn and 5 spices? =D

    Foodycat:: Aww I can totally relate to what you wrote about the hot weather!! Thanks for visiting me! ;p

    didally:: Yes… the heat wave is so horrible in Chatuchak, there can never be enough drinks & ice cream ;|

    rita:: =D

    WC:: hehe! =D So did u go? Hope u had a good breakfast and found lotsa good buys!! ;p

    pink p:: Yes… this is a must try! ;p

    Thip:: hehe … tastes good right! :up: Thanks for visiting me! =)


  10. deb — December 3, 2008 @ 4:07 am

    where can i find the book for sale?



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