Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Bingsu

After trying the waffle once, I decided to give the Bingsu (shaved ice) a chance to prove itself so I ordered a coffee bingsu at MYR16.80 nett. Same as the waffle, some of the nuts have an off taste. So this is the only time I am eating this bingsu.

MYR16.80 nett. So not worth it.

14 comments:

  1. These Korean desserts are expensive, in SG even worse, S$16.00, the price already puts me off, so never try before

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  2. Oh my!!! Here, they have the (fresh) mango one. Of course, I would not go and try - the prices are around the same.

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    1. I believe fresh mango bingsu should taste nicer but no such choice here.

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  3. so far I have only tried bingsu in Sul So Dam (in SP). Hav passed by Caffé Bene a few times but looking at the price puts me off. The one in Sul So Dam was not that impressive either. I will blog about my bingsu experience next time.

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    1. Please do. I can't wait to read it.

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  4. I thought Bingsu is the name of the outlet. There is one place called Bingsu which has 2 floors at Uptown and they actually have 6 Bingsu outlets. So this coffee is at Cafe Bene which I am still hoping to visit as my Thai nephew's name is Bene too. LOLOL

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    1. I think the bingsu eatery you mentioned has an outlet in one Utama.

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  5. Why la you go for something with nuts again. It'd be from the same source.

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    1. Hahaha it was much later after a few months so I thought they bought new fresh nuts.

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  6. Not a fan of bingsu. Tried once.

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  7. Oh, no one complain about the off taste nuts? This reminds me of the old fashioned shaved ice balls I used to enjoy when I was in primary school. Have a beautiful day!

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