Mango Sweet BonBon

$17.90 · 8 Reviews

Tried the mango bonbon, really juicy and sweet mangos with sorbet. Cream was light and fluffy yet “doesn’t add to your waistline” they said, as it’s a special whipped cream imported from Korea.
Quite big serving that can be shared, i think it’s worth the price! Lavender earl grey, Speculoos, Pistachio & Ondeh Ondeh Cakes were nice too! Oh and i like their cappuccino too🍰☕️🍧

Enjoy the Thai mango sweet bonbon and blueberry sweet bonbon here! The owner use a lot of fruits to make the sweet bon bon, price at 17.90. Is so 😋, i will like to come back for other sweet bon bon like 🍒 or 🍓!

Mangoes. Lots.


Delicious and filling with majority of the mango cubes are sweet. Mangoes are Thai Honey and Philippine Mangoes. 😉 The sweet whipped cream is claimed to be imported from Korea! The combination of fresh cube mangoes and whipped cream is admirable but I didn't really like the sorbet. The texture and taste didn't really went well with the two, however, overall, it was a pleasant experience. We deserve some luxury of mangoes in a tall cup! 😍 What I like most are the ambiance and the poshness of interiors. But for someone who is broke af, this is pricey. Cryyyy. 💸😭

The after effects from too much Mango goodness in my recent BKK trip = I’ve been hunting for all kinds of mango desserts recently. The Mango Bon Bon ($17.80) at Cafe de Paris is really as big as it seems; there were two of us but we couldn’t seem to finish it either. But the mangoes were relatively sweet and complemented the huge amount of cream well
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🏡 313@Somerset, #B1-37, 313 Orchard Road
▫️ Open 10.00am to 10.00 pm (Mon to Thurs), 10.00am to 11.00pm (Fri to Sun)


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Fruity desserts? Yes please! Taking over Cocoa Colony in 313@Somerset, Cafe de Paris is well known for its over-the-top Sweet BonBon, a tall bubble tea cup filled with sorbet, fresh fruits and non-dairy whipped cream. It's a lot to finish for one, so get a few friends to share this dessert. You won't go wrong with the Mango Sweet BonBon ($17.80) that comes with fresh mango cubes. Each order is made on the spot, so expect a 15 minute-wait during peak hours. This dessert shop from Korea also serves cake slices from Ciel Patisserie, like the Strawberry Shortcake ($8.50) and the Rose ($8.50). Have it with a hot pot of French Tea ($8.90) or a cup of Coffee (from $3.50) made with a house blend of coffee beans.
Avg Price: $15 per person
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