Injolmi Bingsu

$14.90 Β· 5 Reviews

*pulls hair and massage head*
Need a good snow flaky injolmi bingsu($14.90) - finally trying of injolmi(bean powder) and really loved the chewy rice cakes in there! The dash of evaporated milk perfected this cooling dessert in this crazy weather!


One word. Awesome. Smooth melt in your mouth snow ice with soybean powder and crunchy almond. Four thumbs up πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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The shaved ice was really soft as snow (눈) hurhur. Had Black Seaame Bingsu - heap of milky snow topped with almond flakes, red bean and rice cakes with soybean powder. $18.90 - they don't accept nets πŸ’³ so go prepared with πŸ’ΈπŸ’ΈπŸ’Έ #nunsongyee #λˆˆμ†‘μ΄ #λΉ™μˆ˜ #foodporn #yum #korean #food #desserts #sgfood #cafehoppingsg #cafesg #omnomnom #instafood_sg #burpple

What a scorching aftern today! β˜€οΈ Throwback to icy patbingsoo indulgence at Nunsongyee.
Original Injeolmi bingsoo is filled with fine powdery shaved ice (amazing how finely shaved the ice is), almond flakes, soybean powder and lotsa chewy injeolmi mini bits! And nt forgetting the carnation milk drizzle (yep not condensed milk here). Pretty pricey at $14.90 but it's still worth a try to indulge with a group of korean craze friends. Not too pleased with the 2 sticks of Tteokbokki that cost an exorbitant $6.90 though πŸ˜•