BINGKI Korean Dessert Cafe is located at Tanjong Pagar serving bingsoo, coffee, drinks and desserts
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Address

7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza
#01-106
Singapore 081007

Monday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Tuesday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Wednesday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Thursday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Friday:
11:00am - 04:00am

Saturday:
11:00am - 04:00am

Sunday:
11:00am - 02:00am

Price

~$15/pax

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Have been visiting this bingsu shop for a while now, and would definitely recommend it. The ice is so finely shaved and it's milk ice!

This is the janchi ($23), which is great for sharing within 4paxs and they're really generous on giving their fruits, especially having sooo many mango in the bowl! Together with grapes and blueberries! You can try their melon which comes with a watermelon pop sticker 😍

Avg: $5 per pax.

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This is from my new found favorite bingsu place at Tanjong Pagar - @bingki.sg! This would set you back $22, but good for sharing between 3-4 pax!

Find them at
Tanjong Pagar. 7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, #01-106, Singapore 081007.

Opening hours:
Sunday to Thursday: 11am to 12am
Friday and Saturday: 11am to 2am

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This was... hands down amazing with the snowy ice. 😌 and they open till LATE! Head over if you haven't; they are located at..
πŸš‡ Tanjong Pagar. 7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, #01-106, Singapore 081007.

Opening hours:
Sunday to Thursday: 11am to 12am
Friday and Saturday: 11am to 2am

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Nice, not sweet bingsu topped with brownies, cookies, m&ms, pokey and cocoa powder. Serving is good for 4!

Back at it with yet another round of bingsu. It was only ok, I preferred the red bean one that we had the last time we came here. Somehow the mochi this time was quite firm and took a lot of effort to eat. Maybe just a one off!

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Bingsu, Korean shaved ice is a big hit in SG! @bingki.sg Refreshing, cool & also overpriced. But when it comes to late night icy desserts & you want smth light instead of cakes & ice-cream, there aren't much options to choose from.

Rating: 6.2/10

Will i return/recommend: Yes/No

Pros: Open till wee hours. They redesigned the space and it's so much more comfortable and cozy now. It used to be freezing cold but they opened up the place with additional outdoor seating. Pretty wide array of menu items. Good place to chill at for catch up sessions. Free WIFI.

Cons: Sat outdoors and there was a rat. It's not their problem so do watch your feet! πŸ˜… Bingsu is definitely an overpriced dessert. So far i've tried chocolate, strawberry & matcha. Taste-wise nothing fantastic.

Price: S$15, matcha bingsu

Nutella Banana Toast ($10)

Also ordered this nutella banana toast @bingki.sg . This took a while to be prepared even in a rather empty cafe towards the end of lunchtime. For the price we paid, this fell quite short of wowing us nor justified the consumption of this calories laden dessert. This felt like homemade toast anyone was capable of doing in their kitchen. Definitely appeals more in its looks than its tastes.

Red Bean Bingsu ($16)

2nd visit to @bingki.sg . With scorching hot sun β˜€οΈ after lunch, you'll find lots of comfort here! This red bean bingsu is so huge 4 of us could easily share this. Always wondered what was so captivating about this korean ice kachang which makes it justifiable to pay 10x more for this than ice kachang at a coffeeshop. I guess it's the fact that they use frozen milk shavings instead of ice for the base that gives this dessert its flavour without needing to drench itself in rainbow coloured artificial tasting syrup. Overall, a very pleasing and well presented dessert but I'm willing to settle for its taiwanese cousin the snow ice at a fraction of the price!

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I've finally found what I like at Bingki.
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You know I'm a big fan of bingsu, but I was never a fan of bingki because their ice were not as fine as other bingsu makers such as Nunsongyee. Nevertheless, I really like that this bowl had fruits that were fresh, and sweet, with grapes, mangoes and berries that are not too sour. The ice with milk weren't too sweet, although additional mango syrup is given on the side to sweeten things up if you need to.

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CENTRAL - Tanjong Pagar - 7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza 01-106 S081007
Sun to Thu: 11am to 2am
Fri/Sat: 11am to 4am
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Bingki is a Korean Dessert Cafe offering Bingsu, Toasts and Drinks. Their aircon is very strong, making it an ideal place to escape a hot day with a Bingsu or cold drink. But for a rainy day, you will probably need a jacket. Charging points are available and it's also near 3 pokestops! Plus, they open till late! (Sun to Thu - 2am, Fri/Sat - 4am)
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Featured: Injeolmi Toast S$8 Nett
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Another Injeolmi Toast. Unlike the version from Chef's Noodle, this one is served with whipped cream instead of ice cream and heaped with lots of roasted soy bean flour. I like soy bean flour but Bingki is really too generous with it such that the dessert became rather messy to consume. I do like the toast here though as they are thick, airy and crispy. But I prefer Chef's Noodle's Injeolmi. If only I can combine the two.
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Wasn't really particularly delicious or taste bud overwhelming! I just wanted a taste of Korea pre-Seoul and this gave me exactly that.

Milky shaved ice topped with sweet melon balz, served in half a melon. 🍈 Would prefer this over the sweeter ones.

$6, perfect for a warm summer day while out catching Pokemons. Not too sweet and just hits the spot to make you go ahhhhh.

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Injeolmi Bingsu ($14)
Available at @Bingki.SG
It's milky flavoured snow ice topped with soya bean powder, almond slices & Mochi cubes. I'm surprised that inside the snowy shaved ice, there's layers of soya bean powder. The smooth shaved ice simply melted in the mouth. Not too sweet. Although I wish that the Mochi was softer. It was hard and chewy off the shelves type. Not the soft homemade type.
Place was packed and quite noisy. Remember to get queue number tag from the cashier for a table.
The TV screen at the counter was showing well known Korean drama "Descendants of the sun".
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Bingki Korean Dessert Cafe
Address 🏠 : 7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, # 01-106, Singapore πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¬ 081 007
Tel ☎️ :
Open πŸ’ˆ : 24 hours
MRT πŸš‡ : Tanjong Pagar
Note πŸ“ : Free wifi

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Back from Seoul and out on a bingsu date with my aunt - not because I'm obsessed but because she heard all about 'Korean ice kachang' from someone and wanted to try it. She dug into the ice and asked: "Where are the ingredients? Isn't this supposed to be ice kachang?" πŸ˜‚ Tasty injeolmi shaved ice - would have been better if the rice cakes were cut into smaller pieces.

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