Paolo San Luis of Vampire Penguin, above, is surrounded by some of the restaurant’s eclectic flavors of “shaved snow.” At left, the strawberry cheesecake shaved snow is made from a base of strawberry and vanilla shaved ice, then sprinkled with graham cracker crumbs, strawberries and raspberries. Finally, it’s drizzled with white chocolate, condensed milk and strawberry sauce.
Paolo San Luis of Vampire Penguin, above, is surrounded by some of the restaurant’s eclectic flavors of “shaved snow.” At left, the strawberry cheesecake shaved snow is made from a base of strawberry and vanilla shaved ice, then sprinkled with graham cracker crumbs, strawberries and raspberries. Finally, it’s drizzled with white chocolate, condensed milk and strawberry sauce. Carl Costas Special to The Bee
Paolo San Luis of Vampire Penguin, above, is surrounded by some of the restaurant’s eclectic flavors of “shaved snow.” At left, the strawberry cheesecake shaved snow is made from a base of strawberry and vanilla shaved ice, then sprinkled with graham cracker crumbs, strawberries and raspberries. Finally, it’s drizzled with white chocolate, condensed milk and strawberry sauce. Carl Costas Special to The Bee

Vampire Penguin offers multicultural take on Taiwanese shaved ice

April 08, 2016 1:00 AM

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