Being one of the two promotional items for the month of March, the Watermelon Bingsu (S$16.00) was the perfect dessert to combat against the heat out there. With the fruit scooped into balls, the skin of the watermelon turned into a bowl to contain a heap of shaved milk ice, before the watermelon balls were stacked on top of the ice mountain.

So the big question is: worth the money? To be honest, I can easily satisfy myself with a chendol or ice kachang if I was willing to go further to Old Airport Road Food Centre. However, diners at the adjacent Korean restaurant get a 10% discount for the bingsus. Besides, they throw in a quarter of rice-cake (mochi) waffle with cinnamon sugar on top of this deal as a complimentary item. To conclude, it still works out as a quick relief of an iced dessert.

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