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While pretty expensive for the area (200-300 baht per item), this place is a must! The desserts are decadent, yet light and as tasty as you will find! Three couples ended up splitting the custard cream bingsu (Korean shaved ice) each indulging in several bites...More
Ordered the salty egg bingsoo. Wish I had a few more stomachs so I can try a few other items on the menu. The bingsoo was really delish. Perfect portion for sharing amongst two people. Price is a bit steep for the area.
It was better last few years. It took 15-20 mins for your first shaved ice (even there were only few customers) and took 35 mins for a toast which ordered the same time.
Sauce or Jam was less than before, not enough for shaved ice....More
Heard from Bingsu but never had one, so when I crossed this little place I felt the need to get one :) I was not disappointed! We had a Coconut Bingsu and one portion is more than enough for 2 persons! Place was pretty crowded,...More
We arrived at what seemed like rush hour, so the service was not great. But the Bingsu is really good and definitely worth a visit. Pour coconut milk and/or salty egg sauce over your Bingsu and eat it with those pastel colored gelatin balls. Pretty...More
I’m a great fan of Bingsu. My most favorite place is the after you dessert cafe until I met this cafe. This dessert cafe changed my mind forever. The cafe is in a very cute theme. The bua-loi bingsu here is best of the best....More
This is my second visit in as many months, and it is sweeter than ever! “BINKSU” is a specialized Korean desert consisting primarily of very closely shaved ice, only much lighter & fluffier. Combined with fresh toppings and often served within an appropriate (natural) container,...More
We came twice to give this place a fair judgement given all the raving reviews here, but both times left feeling underwhelmed.
First we tried the popular strawberry bingsu, it was basic shaved milk with strawberry sauce and a few thin slides of fruits. Nothing...More