In addition to appetizers and entrees, Anya has a variety of desserts and sweets worth considering. One even originates from ancient Thai literature (an epic poem called Traibhumikatha). This dessert is called nangloi ai-tue, which is a combination black sticky rice, green rice flour jelly noodles, popped rice and basil seeds eaten with bread. There is chilled somchoon, which brings together pomelo and pineapple in a thin, aromatic syrup. We also serve homemade ice cream, like pumpkin squash coconut ice cream, or even creamy coconut milk ice cream served with colorful mung bean noodles (sarim) and jellied water chestnuts (tubtim grob). For those who prefer rice, our mango-and-sticky-rice dessert is a favorite go-to.