Tenko-Gōri's Icy Treats Shine at Weekly Pop-Up at the Pearl

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COURTESY  MARK MENJIVAR
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Tenko Ramen is bringing you a sweeter way to stay cool this summer: with kakigōri, or Japanese shaved ice.

Tenko-Gōri – a weekly pop-up series led by chef Quealy Watson and Tenko Ramen co-owner Jennifer Hwa Dobbertin – will serve icy treats every Wednesday during SoundCream Sunset Sessions at the Pearl, from 5:30-9 p.m.



For those unfamiliar with the dessert, you break into kakigōri’s icy exterior to get to flavorful fillings like strawberries and cream, mangonada or calpico creamsicle.
COURTESY TENKO-GORI
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"Every Asian country has its own take on kakigōri, and after traveling last year, we wanted to bring it to San Antonio,” Dobbertin said. "We made everything from scratch; it’s all fresh fruit, syrups made in-house and fun flavors.”


The pop-up series began last week, and is slated to continue on Wednesdays, on evenings that SoundCream hosts its free music events.  Tenko-Gōri treats cost $7.50 each, and the pop-up will share updates on its Instagram profile.


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