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Top three Thai mango sticky rice spots in Atlanta

Amy Cheribelle

ATLANTA, GA — Mango sticky rice is a dessert from Southeast Asia. The sticky, glutinous rice is unlike typical white rice, it's sweet due to the coconut milk used. The mangoes are also sweet and ripe. You should get the dessert whenever mangoes are in season. Try these three best mango sticky rice at these three locations in Atlanta.

1380 Atlantic Dr NW Ste 14275 Atlanta, GA 30363 | 11 a.m. - 10 p.m. Monday - Sunday | (678) 705-1679

Sri Thai Kitchen & Sushi Bar is a Thai and sushi bar serving mango sticky rice. Their version consists of mangoes, sticky rice, and coconut cream topped with sesame seeds. Order their coconut mango rice for $6 if you are interested.

5177-A Buford Hwy NE Doraville, GA 30340 | 3 p.m. - 8 p.m. Thursday - Monday | (678) 395-7094

You can find Mango Mango Dessert’s mango sticky rice as a part of a dessert combo. They serve in Combo B alongside their snow-white mango juice, sago, pomelo, ice cream, glutinous rice ball, and mango panna cotta. Get them for only $18.50.

“I got the mango sticky rice and it was soo delicious I wanted to get seconds. Really good proportion of mango. The mango was really sweet, too!! I would definitely go back here,” said Sara K. on Yelp.

5177 Buford Hwy Ste B Doraville, GA 30340 | 2 p.m. - 9 p.m. - Monday - Sunday | (470) 275-3762

ICENY serves mango sticky rice in ice cream form and is one of the best they have. Their ice cream is combined with sticky rice-infused warm Thai coconut milk, honey mango, and savory coconut sauce. Get them before they run out.

“Wow. It's so good! Its sweet, cold, and warm at the same time! I got the #1. Mango sticky rice. It has rolled mango ice cream. Topped with warm sweet sticky rice, mango chunks. And coconut drizzle. This will make your mouth wet!!” said Steven C. on Yelp.

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