Korean dessert cafe offering a milk flake rendition of the popular Korean Bingsu. continue reading
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Mango Berry Cheesecake Bingsu Patbingsu
Review (1)
See other reviews at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.comA caveat to my lackluster visit to O'Ma Spoon is that I've no basis for comparison. Perhaps O'Ma Spoon isn't the best purveyor of bingsu, or perhaps my personal preferences lean towards the local shaved ice desserts like ice-kachang, but I'm not a fan. I just don't geddit.We had:1) Green Tea Bingsu ($13.90): a towering Japanese matcha-inspired concoction of red beans, green tea powder, green tea ice-cream, and shaved almonds blanketing fluffy milk flakes. This wasn't too bad, but I didn't quite like the milky flakes. That got cloying quickly.2) Injeolmi Bingsu ($12.90): a dusty medley of rice-cakes, soy bean powder, almond flakes, and milk snow. This was like eating sawdust, dry and insipid, and I really really didn't like it. That said, my friend loved it. Different strokes, I suppose continue reading
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