Bingsu is a popular korean dessert made of shaved ice with sweet toppings. It is also known as the “Korean Halo-Halo”.
They don’t only serve bingsu, they also have toast breads, ttoek-bokki, rabokki, ice blended drinks and other beverages. But the star in their menu is the bingsu.
Price: 195 php/regular
It has generous amounts of mangoes, cubed cheesecake and some almonds. You can choose whether you want whipped cream or vanilla ice cream as your topping.
Good points: Generous amount of fresh mangoes and perfectly combined with cheescake. Not too sweet.
Bad points: Loads of sugar. Little amount of almonds.
Price: 165 php/regular
Perfect for chocolate lovers. It has chocolate chip cookies topped with whipped cream and chocolate ice cream. The cookies maintained is crispiness which made me enjoy it better.
Good points: Rich chocolate flavor and crispy cookies.
Bad points: Loads of sugar. Too sweet for non-chocolate lover.
It is a self-service cafe where you can enjoy additional condensed milk (if you want your bingsu sweeter and milkier) for free. They also offer free rice wine, this can help aid the sweetness in your tongue.
And if you want your bingsu with more toppings, you can add more for a cost. There’s a wide variety to choose from injeolme, red bean and mangoes.
They say when you eat a bingsu, you should mix it. I don’t like things being mixed like the Pinoy halo-halo. It made me happy when I saw their reminder on ‘how to enjoy hobing”. It says “When you are having snow ice, try not to mix ice and topping, it will be more delicious”.
All I along I thought I was weird not enjoying a bingsu mixed, but then I realized I was normal all along. 😁😁
Location: 3/F, BGC Stopover Pavillion, Rizal Drive cor. 31st Street. Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Contact Number: 0929-1091-484
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