164 Rochor Road
Singapore 188439

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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A Korean lifestyle cafe with an extensive menu offering of bingsu flavours. Can't decide? Try a variety by having the Traffic Light Set that gives you the option to choose three different flavours served in small bowls (size of rice bowls). We had the watermelon, mango and cheese bingsu. The mango was the sweetest of the trio while the cheese version was slightly savoury as there was cheese on the ice. Other than I was amazed at seeing a cheesecake being shoved in shaved ice, my taste buds did not like this version of the icy treat. Bingsu is definitely a refreshing treat in hot humid SG. Highly recommend to share as the bingsu were really sweet.

I really like the portion size here IT IS QUITE BIG. My friend was rich so he ordered 2 for the 3 of us but 2 can share for 4 people. Quite tasty also plenty of flavour and unlimited condensed milk. Bad part i would say is I HAVE TO STAND OUTSIDE TO HOLD MY SPOT CANNOT LEAVE MOBILE NUMBER this exposed me to a lot of 2nd hand smoke and e-cigarette users which undeniably took a few hours off the lives of people around

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BEST bingsoo place in singapore. i’ve never had such a good bingsoo with finely shaved ice that’s milky & creamy!

in a lot of other bingsoo places the ice is usually pretty chunky, either unflavored or too sweet.

this place is perfect 😍 huge bowl given, good for sharing w 2-3 pax :)


Drizzled with cupful of espresso that makes the bingsu really solid πŸ‘πŸΌ Toppings include chocolate mini wafers, choco rice crisps, milo powder, coffee ice cream and rocher.


One for one promotion on Qoo10. Bingsu ice was infused with soya bean milk and sprinkled with various seeds and nuts such as pumpkin, pine nuts and walnut. Finally, topped with red bean mochi. Full of flavour just that the ice was not that finely shaved. But i guess the flavour make up for it? Hahaha


The Mango Bingsu's shave ice has sweet milky taste by itself hence there is no need to pour condense milk. (Cost $15.90) IMO, worth e try, just that IMO it's slightly expensive as the topping comes with only banana, some dice Mango and a scoop of ice cream.