3 Gateway Drive
#04-37/K4 Westgate
Singapore 608532

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Ordered the strawberry bingsu ($16.90). The ice is quite disappointing and it does not have much flavour compared to other bingsu outlet I have tried before. Probably would not come here again.

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everyt was okay but wth why the ice cream scoop so small???

Decent ddeokbokki. The hotteok is delicious! Chewy on the outside, gooey honey filling on the inside. Great texture. Goes well with the ice cream.

Hands down the best teobboki ($9.90)I have tried in Singapore. Teobboki sauce is not too spicy but on the sweeter side, rice cakes were chewy yet soft. The mozzarella really complements the sauce well, price is on the higher side but for the quality think it’s worth. Original Kimbap ($8.90) can’t go wrong, and it’s the best combi to the teobboki. Currently they are having the promotion of $2 off when purchasing bingsu and teobboki together.


Decent solid injeolmi bingsu!! Regular one for $10.90 - perfect size for sharing with another friend aft a meal. Their oreo bingsu is good too and i wna try their strawberry one the next time I go there hehe

Is it “bingsoo” or “bingsu”? I always get confused 😛

I tried the Matcha Bingsu (Regular $11.90, Large $14.90) at Nunsaram Korean Dessert Cafe. I ordered the Regular, but was a little disappointed because it was much smaller than what I had seen on the pictures of other Burpple reviews (I suppose other Burpplers are not as stingy as me and ordered the Large, lol😅). For $11.90, I think it’s a little not worth it, considering the size.

However, the shaved ice is pretty fine, and I liked that the matcha flavour was quite distinct (there was a second layer of matcha powder hidden beneath, so it’s not all plain ice). The Bingsu was topped with sweet red bean paste, two small chunks of rice cake, and a matcha ice cream (which tasted kind of like cheap green tea ice cream). Overall, it’s a decent bingsu, just not the best.

(Craving for more Korean food? Watch my latest food review from Seoul on YouTube here—https://youtu.be/aIM9nqCfWmE! Would be so grateful for your support 🙏❤️🙆🏻‍♀️)