Hawaii Mom Blog: Kawaii Ice Wave




February 25, 2022

Kawaii Ice Wave


I am usually not a big fan of shave ice desserts, but the "ice waves" from Kawaii Ice Wave have won me over! Kawaii Ice Wave recently opened in Kalihi, offering ice waves (their version of the Korean dessert Bingsu), ice floats, Halo Halo, and soft serve, accompanied by a variety of toppings, and flavors that will please customers of all ages. 

Kawaii's ice waves are made with layers of ultra fine shave ice, with fruit syrup mixed in between, and topped with fresh fruit, syrup, condensed milk, and assorted toppings. I've been here twice, and both times I ordered the strawberry cheesecake ice wave, because I was sharing it with my sons, and I knew they would like it. I also added mochi as an extra topping because the little one likes mochi (and so do I!). Pictured here is the regular size, which is adequate for two people to share. They put a lot of strawberries and cheesecake bites in it, giving the dessert a lot of flavor overall, which is why I like this much more than traditional shave ice. I also like that the ice is ultra fine and pillowy - it just melts in your mouth upon contact.  I would really like to try the milk n cereal dessert one day, since I LOVE cereal, and they offer 12 different kinds of cereal!

They have a small sofa and limited counter seating inside and outside their store. 


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