• Li Li Fruit Store - 莉莉水果店

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Also known to other foreigners as Lily's, a nostalgic store established since 1947 and is known for its fresh fruit, fruit drinks, and shaved ice (some contain condensed milk). Opposite Confucius temple. Address: 台南市中西區府前路一段199號 Open Mon 11:00am-10:30pm, Wed-Sun 11:00am-10:30pm.


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5 Reviews

First Review by Shachimin

Gretaaalg

Points +232

Vegan
26 Aug 2023

Shaved ice and fresh fruits

I had a shaved ice with fresh fruit, very tasty. They have an English menu and the staff speaks English as well.

Updated from previous review on 2023-08-26

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frankensteinsmonster

Points +1196

Vegan
22 Jun 2023

De li li cious heaps of fresh fruit

Loved the mixed fruit on shaved ice and lime soya pudding. So refreshing on a hot day! Lots of vegan options that were pretty easy to order using Google translate on the menu (which is all in Chinese).

Tuulia.

Points +786

Vegan
16 Nov 2019

Perfect refreshing and sweet treat!

Finally!!! We waited so long to get a mango shaved ice without condensed milk. It was really delicius as expected. Would highly recommend this place.

Pros: English menu existent, English speaking owner/staff, Not too sweet

Finn024

Points +407

Vegan
25 May 2019

Delicious mango shaved ice

It's cheap and a portion is huge!
Usually mango shaved ice is served with condensed milk but you can order without it. It's still sweet and delicious without condensed milk.



Updated from previous review on 2019-05-24

Pros: Big portion, Cheap

Cons: Vegan option is limited

Shachimin

Points +426

Vegan
23 May 2019

Tainan = Fruit Stalls

As Tainan is famous for Fruit Stalls, we were craving the shaved ice and mango dessert. Most places serve it with milk, but this place was kind enough to make one for us without. We had Chinese text saying we don’t consume Dairy, but waiter spoke English so ordering was a smooth experience.

Seating is outdoors and overlooking Tainan Park.




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