Bingsu treats have grown in popularity in the metro, especially now with the searing summer heat. Bingsu is a Korean dessert characterized by shaved ice sweetened with condensed milk and topped with fresh fruits, yogurt, ice cream and bits of yummy baked goods.
While the fam is exploring options for lunch in Bonifacio Global City during a particularly hot summer day, we came across this branch of Hobing Korean Dessert and couldn’t resist having our dessert here. After eating our lunch at nearby Tenya Tempura Tendon, and, eager for something cool and sweet to counter the hot and humid weather, we proceeded Hobing.
Despite being billed as the Korean halo-halo, bingsu is best enjoyed when the shaved ice and toppings are not all mixed together. This allows you to enjoy the varying textures and flavors that went into the bingsu.
We ordered a large serving of Mango Cheese Bingsu (Php320), thinking that a regular serving will not satisfy all of us. What we got was a delectable and prettily presented confection: finely shaved ice flavored with mango syrup, surrounded by huge cubes of ripe mango and topped with rich New York Cheesecake bits, vanilla ice cream and slices of roasted almonds.
We are definitely eager to try Hobing’s other bingsu offerings soon.
This branch of Hobing Korean Dessert is located at the 3rd Floor of BGC Stopover Pavilion, Rizal Drive cor 31st Street, Bonifacio Global City. Other branches of Hobing Korean Dessert are located at:
- Lucky Chinatown Mall in Binondo
- SM Megamall in Mandaluyong
- Glorietta 4 in Makati
- Jupiter Street in Makati
- Eastwood City Walk in Quezon City
- SM Aura Premier in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
- Ayala Malls the 30th in Ortigas Center, Pasig
- SM North in Quezon City
- Banawe Lifestyle Center in Quezon City
- SM City Marikina in Marikina City
- U.P Town Center in Quezon City
- SM San Lazaro in Manila
- Ayala Fairview Terrace, Fairview Quezon City
Check out my rundown of bingsu treats in the metro.