I had my first bingsu at Damansara Utama Dal.komm Coffee cafe which I found it like a normal crush ice with fruits. Average cost about Rm25 per serving. We didn’t finished it cos it too cold and it’s almost to midnight when I have to leave for my next appointment with my another group of friends for supper.


Bingsu are the fluffiest ice dessert ever which i was not sure about it either during that time. My first bingsu in Singapore was at a Nunsongyee Korean Dessert Cafe located at Century Sq Level 2 (Tampines). I ordered the Choco Banana bingsu. It’s the snow flakes bingsu which I enjoyed it so much. Only thing is there no halal certification. It’s a dessert cafe but still…you know I know.

Since we have not been having Bingsu for months, we decided to check out another branch near Bugis. It’s just opposite Bugis Junction. I wanted to try out their new flavour and indeed it suits my taste bud. I guess many have already tried it. But having to check out their latest flavour sometime won’t bored you with their signature dessert. So I & Ian tried the Chocolate Cake while Shuk had the Choco Banana.


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I would definitely come back and try their premium bingsu. But i do still want to check out more bingsu in Kuala Lumpur.

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Impromptu lunch with Fazleen. most expensive lunch ever for this week. Thought of eating korean dish at Paya Lebar Sq but it’s no longer in business.whatsapp-image-2017-03-02-at-1-10-42-pm

so we decided to go for light serving. i ate the Smoked Turkey Ham with cheese sandwich


But since their signature dish is the cakes, i decided to try one which capture my attention. I ate the Raspberry Chocolate cake.

Average per person : $15


Bread not toasted not long enough. soup is a bit starchy. service is too fast. we were not told to add syrup to our drink. but the cake is nice. Will come back to try the salad.