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O'ma Spoon ([email protected])

599 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
Korean Dessert Cafe specialised on Bingsu(Shaved Milk Ice)

313 Orchard Road
#04-20/32 [email protected]
Singapore 238895

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Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

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The base is shaved milk ice that was unexpected, quite yums! Choc ice cream was a letdown because it felt like they used the cheapest one they could find, and they could have done better given that this was a $20 dessert bowl

Shaved ice was fine and milky! Toppings were generous! I think there was even a layer in between all the shaved ice.

Also felt like peanut butter cream when the peanut powder (?) and shaved ice kinda combined with each other and that was really yumz.

$14.90
Omg really wish there was a bigger portion and should not have added nuts. Overall, its really tasty!!! 🎉 Wish the ice was more milky like the ones in coffeesmith tho, then it will be perfect!
10 Sep 2020
Rating: 4.5/5

Bingsu used to be all the range but it isn’t as popular as it used to be 2 - 4 years back. However, if you need an icy treat in Singapore’s blisteringly hot heat, you can consider O’ma Spoon. They have pretty decent Bingsu that hit all the right spots, but it’s on the pricier side IMO. But hey, that’s how it is in general for Korean food all around in Singapore so I can’t really complain either. Their mango Bingsu, which is about S$19.90 if I’m not wrong, features very fleshy and juicy chunks of mangoes that are paired with a dollop of vanilla ice cream and an adorable mini slice of cheese cake. I like how the sweetness factor here isn’t too overwhelming, unlike other bingsu variations like Oreo etc. Will come back for it, but only if my wallet isn’t feeling too empty.

Because Yole was closed at 10:05pm, I was delighted and also surprised to find a bingsoo alternative in Oma Spoon which have stood the test of time!
While the bingsoo food fad has long weaned, this korean dessert establishment is still surviving! Why? I’d think attributable to a myriad of factors from location, to product offerings (petite bingsoo go from $6++ onwards - a wallet friendlier option); also the as mentioned situation I found myself in.
Still the 2 bingsoo we got to share were all made with good ingredients but I was not pleased with the clumps of ice blocks within the supposed fine shaved ice expected of bingsoo.

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O’ma spoon is one of the best places in town to get bingsu! Injeolmi is one of their signature flavours, and I like how generous they are with the chewy rice cakes 😋 This is a great choice if you’re looking for something icy to share! They also offer mini portions for around half the price, which is great if you want to try multiple flavours, or if you’re eating alone! They also serve drinks and toast 😋

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