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If you are looking for some unique Bingsu flavours that you can find nowhere else! Come to Café Insadong. Some of their signatures are
Macchiato Baileys, Sweet potato and red bean, Milk Tea and also seasonal items like coconut Bingsu! Their use of ingredients were not stingy at all, which is (maybe) why they are priced above the other more well-known bingsu chains. The Macchiato Baileys costs $18.80.

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S'mores is one of the smaller food trends around that hasn't quite caught on (fire, haha) like salted egg here, but a few places have incorporated the campfire treat into their dessert creations.
Cafe Insadong's offering is one of saccharine decadence - chocolate shaved ice, a child-fist-sized scoop of chocolate ice cream, melted marshmallow skirting and morsels that were still crisp yet molten when served (wonder how they did it without melting the ice), topped off with grounded nuts and a Maltesers peak.
I personally enjoyed this bingsu quite a lot as the shaved ice isn't as milky as that of Oma Spoon or Nunsongyee - will be back soon for some more... Summore... S'more...

The weather is sooo unbearably hot; I wish I could get some sweet toast right now. What I love about this toast is the Korean rice cake squeezed in between the toast. The contrast in temperature enhanced the flavour well and with slices of banana, caramelised popcorn and cold milky chocolate ice cream, the toast was easily conquered within minutes. This is basically all my favourites served together!


i've always wanted to try caramel macchiato bingsu ($17.80) topped with caramel mochi, popcorn, crispy croutons, and a scoop of caramel ice cream with nuts in it, and it definitely didn't disappoint. where would you ever find a bingsu like that! the crispiness of the croutons balanced out the chewiness of the mochi evenly. i loved the caramel mochi a lot. overall it was pretty sweet and the coffee flavour wasn't that strong, so sweet toothed people like me, or people who don't really fancy the taste of coffee should try this! a decadent dessert indeed 😍


Light and feathery, espresso flavoured ice flakes that were surprisingly moreish, esp when drenched with the extra shot of Baileys and sweetened milk coffee given on the side. I think i might actually like Bingsu..

Fragrant coffee flavoured bingsu topped with chewy mochi, crunchy almonds, crisp popcorn and caramel sauce @ $17.90. the ice shavings looked coarser but was nonetheless smooth in texture :) incredibly satisfying! I also liked their spicy chicken injeolmi toast (one-for-one with the Entertainer app)

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