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Nunsongyee (Bugis)

343 Wishlisted
~$15/pax
Korean Dessert shop. Selling Bingsu and Korean Toasts.

534 North Bridge Road
Singapore 188749

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Friday:
11:00am - 06:00am

Saturday:
11:00am - 06:00am

Sunday:
11:00am - 06:00am

Monday:
11:00am - 06:00am

Tuesday:
11:00am - 06:00am

Wednesday:
11:00am - 06:00am

Thursday:
11:00am - 06:00am

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Nunsongyee serves one of the most authentic bingsu in Singapore! I’ve been a fan of their bingsu ever since they opened their first outlet at Burghley Drive (which has sadly closed...) But they still have an outlet at Bugis! It was quite crowded when I went on a weekend night, but there was still ample seating space. Injeolmi Bingsu comes with roasted soybean powder, chewy rice cakes and sliced nuts. I really like Injeolmi Bingsu, because of it’s nutty flavour and how it’s not too sweet or overwhelming! Also, the shaved milk was soft, pillowy and melts in your mouth! Highly recommend this! 😋

Milky and creamy bingsoo that pairs well with the free flow condensed milk!

Nunsongyee's desserts are on the pricer side as compared to regular soft serves, but they do hit the spot when you crave for Korean desserts around the area. The Oreo Bingsu is one of the classics one must definitely try.

Dont try to pour the condensed milk over the Oreo powder please. All the milk will definitely be below the bowl instead. Make a hole, then pour into the ice within! They will soak them all up!

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PSA always be careful when pouring the condensed milk lol, it overflows so easily I've never not spilt condensed milk on the tray

Though it says cheesecake, there's actl more cookie crumble but that's nice as well. The 6 small pieces of cheesecake were really good though, as they were slightly savoury and strong enough to go with the shaved ice

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Was rather disappointed at the weakness of the black sesame element in this bingsu. Categorised as being one of the "premium bingsu" and at such a high price point, i was definitely expecting much more.

The black sesame fragrance was but a whiff, and the whole bingsu just had me thinking that I was actually eating a regular red bean bingsu instead, with a huge portion of azuki beans mounted atop the bingsu. Good thing was that the azuki beans weren't too sweet and actually provided a nice texture contrast to the delicate shaved ice.

Probably wouldn't be visiting anytime soon again though. Much prefer my bingsu over at O'ma spoon..

Green tea bingsu (~$20.20) was slightly underwhelming for me especially for the price, although portion was huge, bingsu was not very flavourful unless drowned with condensed milk. Not the first time here as I tried the Oreo bingsu also (which I wasn’t that much of a fan of)

To be honest, prefer omaspoon over this 😩 6.5/10

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