Really love the matcha flavour and I forgot the pricing so... I think it was around $12 and I shared it with my 3 friends after our dinner 😊 the iljeomi is good too but it doesn't come with a scoop of ice cream! Personally I dislike red bean cos they usually have this powdery texture that coats your tongue but their red bean is really smooth and sweet! The roasted almonds gives a nice crunch! You can get extra cup of condense milk to make it as sweet as you like! I like 2 cups on mine 😊 honestly I feel this is better than the 24 hour one in Bugis
It's pretty good but I prefer the honey butter toast at Numsongyee which is opens 24/7. But the honey butter toast is more expensive. Around $12.90? O'Ma spoon's injeolmi toast cost $8.90 and I still think it's a little pricey :,)
The rich matcha taste went well with the red beans & almonds. Not sure if it's worth the price but def a good way to beat the heat in sunny S'pore ⭐️ 3.5/5 ⭐️
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One of the nicest bingsus I have tried! It had generous amounts of matcha powder dusting the shaven ice, redbean, sprinkle of sliced almonds and cashews, and lastly, topped with a scoop of green tea ice-cream. It came with a side of condensed milk as well. The ice-cream wasn't superb, but the matcha taste was distinct, and the ice was extremely fine and smooth, making it not necessary to add too much milk. The milk was less viscous as compared to normal condensed milk. Mixing the redbean, nuts and matcha powder with the ice is really tasty! Digging further into the bowl, you would find traces of matcha layering the ice(meaning to say they put 1 layer of ice, drizzle of matcha, followed by more ice). I thought that was pretty awesome as the matcha taste was distinctive.
I didn't enjoy it and definitely won't come back. There are better bingsu out there that's worth the money. :)
Definitely did not enjoy this as much as the choco brownie bingsu. I guess is becoz of the powdered milo (?) that they pour over and the nuts. The nuts overtook the flavor of the oreo with juz one bite and wasn't satisfying for me. Same goes for the powdered milo. Didn't enjoy my bingsu this time round :(
Om'a Spoon just launched a new Yuzu series! Loved how the tinge of sourness from the yuzu, which prevents the milky dessert from being cloyingly sweet. Great dinner, great dessert, great company. A much-needed catchup 😻😻😻
You'll be pampered with rich yummies like Korean Honey Yuzu, Honey Glazed Citron Peel, Green Tea Rice Cake, Crunchy Nuts & of course my favorite - Signature Injeolmi Powder 😋
Was quite pleased with my first experience of bingsu. Not too sweet, but didn't manage to finish it. The more we ate, the colder we felt.
While playing pokemon go, savour in this sweet mango and cheesecake medley which is less sweet and light as dessert.
For the price this is worth it considering it can be shared, this was shared among 3 people when I visited. They do have many other interesting flavours so this is a good place to go for bingsu!
Give the berries a miss, I heard they don't give as much blueberries as they used to 😩 At $5.80 for a petit bingsu with toppings (serves 1), this can be considered as a good llao llao substitute 👅
Shiok mama 👅👅 green tea bingsu for $13.80!!!! Tbh pretty worth it bc the portion was big (enough for 2-3) and filled with matcha flavor, nuts, red bean and topped with a giant scoop of matcha ice cream :-) honestly no regrets ordering this although I would rly like to try the premium mango cheese one ($18++) next time. One of the better bingsu-s that I have tried for the price, flavor and size, 10/10 would recommend
I STILL LOVE O'MA SPOON it's been 6 months since I last went but I still love their delicious shaved milky ice and cheesecake and ice cream 😍😍😍 For $18.90, it's definitely on the pricey side, but if you're looking for a delicious virgin bingsu experience and don't expect to eat it ever again, O'ma Spoon Bingsu is definitely the option for you!
I've only tried 2 flavours before: Choco Brownie ($18.90) and Mango Cheesecake ($18.90). Both flavours are delicious!