[CLOSED] Nunsongyee (Bugis)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Korean Dessert shop. Selling Bingsu and Korean Toasts.

534 North Bridge Road
Singapore 188749

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served warm, the light crisp toast provided a satisfying crunch which complemented the chewy mochi filling. meanwhile, a generous honey drizzle paired well with the slight charred undertones of the toast. the sprinkling of peanuts completed this comforting plate of dessert by adding an earthy nuttiness to balance out the flavours.

the shopโ€™s ambience is very relaxing and comfortable with plenty of seats within its 3-floors space. large windows provide an abundance of natural light which makes the whole environment very chill!

p.s. do use eatigo for up to a whopping 50% off ๐Ÿ˜›

rating: 3.8/5

Always had a soft spot for Bingsu even though theyโ€™re pretty ridiculously expensive for fancy ice kachang, but although Nunsongyee is priced on the higher end of this already expensive spectrum, they do serve up consistently delicious satisfying bingsu! ๐Ÿ˜Œ๐Ÿ˜Œ Loved the generous heaps of sliced almond nuts and mini mochi that was the perfect dessert with the smooth finely shaved ice with condensed milk! After all, no meal is complete without dessert ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹ Plenty of seats available upstairs with plenty of wall plugs so great place to chill out with friends, but water is not provided. PSA theyโ€™re available on eatigo with 50% off (like 1100-1330 daily) that makes them super affordable and such a mad deal ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

Nunsongyee serves one of the most authentic bingsu in Singapore! Iโ€™ve been a fan of their bingsu ever since they opened their first outlet at Burghley Drive (which has sadly closed...) But they still have an outlet at Bugis! It was quite crowded when I went on a weekend night, but there was still ample seating space. Injeolmi Bingsu comes with roasted soybean powder, chewy rice cakes and sliced nuts. I really like Injeolmi Bingsu, because of itโ€™s nutty flavour and how itโ€™s not too sweet or overwhelming! Also, the shaved milk was soft, pillowy and melts in your mouth! Highly recommend this! ๐Ÿ˜‹

Milky and creamy bingsoo that pairs well with the free flow condensed milk!

Nunsongyee's desserts are on the pricer side as compared to regular soft serves, but they do hit the spot when you crave for Korean desserts around the area. The Oreo Bingsu is one of the classics one must definitely try.

Dont try to pour the condensed milk over the Oreo powder please. All the milk will definitely be below the bowl instead. Make a hole, then pour into the ice within! They will soak them all up!

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PSA always be careful when pouring the condensed milk lol, it overflows so easily I've never not spilt condensed milk on the tray

Though it says cheesecake, there's actl more cookie crumble but that's nice as well. The 6 small pieces of cheesecake were really good though, as they were slightly savoury and strong enough to go with the shaved ice

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