13A-1 Jalan Solaris 4
Solaris Mont Kiara
Kuala Lumpur 50480

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07:30am - 12:00am

07:30am - 12:00am

07:30am - 12:00am

07:30am - 12:00am

08:00am - 12:00am

08:00am - 12:00am

07:30am - 12:00am

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This is my all real time favourite bingsu place whenever I'm craving for korean bingsu. This Milk Injeolmi Patbingsu (RM34.90- friend sized) can be shared among 3 friends. The shaved ice blends so well together with the yellow bean powder, red bean paste that is not overly sweet and the tokk (rice cake) that is soft and chewy! You can add more condensed milk on top of you have huge sweet tooth like me!

Being a Korean at heart, always wondered how Mammoth bread (RM10.90) taste like. It's a traditional Korean bread with different jam fillings. This one from Villa Ju is filled with red bean and bean jam with very thin layer of fresh cream. I like the smell very nutty fragrance. But it's a bit too dry, expect it to be slightly moister.

Don't bother to order their Korean Black Noodle, unless you are famished like me. I'm pretty sure it's the instant noodles version of jajyangmyeon. RM15.90 for this? Hell no.

After a heaty, meaty meal at one of these barbecue joints in this list, here's a supper spot for a cool finish! Run by a Korean couple, Villa Ju Bakery Cafe has offerings from pastas, sandwiches to freshly baked breads, but walk in the ways of fellow Burpplers and come for the bingsus. Their Milk Green Tea Bingsu (RM32.90) is the popular pick, served with chewy rice cakes and bittersweet green tea powder (on the side). For something easier on the pocket, try the Fruit Bingsu (RM16.90) with fresh fruits atop a bed of sweet, milky ice. The bingsus here arrive in enormous bowls that feed two to three dessert stomachs, so be sure to bring friends!
Avg Price: RM20
Photo by Burppler Oscar Chin


I've always been in search for de direct comparison of Sulbing (μ„€λΉ™). This Milk Bingsu with an option to drizzle Nabe's bittersweet matcha powder is a close comparison to the ones in Korea. Their soft flaky concentrated milk flakes melts once touched the bottom of your tongue. The redbean portion should be more generous & their tteok is tender soft and chewy. In short, it's the best λΉ™μˆ˜ in KL under RM32.90 My only place for some λΉ™μˆ˜ fix!
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"Calling all bingsu lover"
This Milk Green Tea Bingsu is really good, rich and creamy ice. The portion is pretty big, a bowl of bingsu can share wit 2-3 people. Rice cake is very chewy, very nice. RM32.90 for "friends" size.

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