Strawberry Bingsu – Php 215.00 (R) and Php 330.00 (L)
Finely shaved ice is topped with sliced strawberries, drizzled with syrup, and you’d then have the option to add a scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream. We’re glad that we chose ice cream for our order as its sweetness complemented that slight sourness of the strawberries.
The snow ice itself is shaved so finely that it looked like desiccated coconut, and it had a creaminess in it that made me think that this may actually be shaved (frozen) milk.
Mango Cheese Bingsu – Php 195.00 (R) and Php 310.00 (L)
You can also have ice cream or whipped cream to go with you Mango Cheese Bingsu, although we suggest that you with the whipped cream as the mangoes and cheesecake chunks are already sweet enough. The cheesecakes were also pretty good too, which is probably why Hobing also offers a Cheese Bingsu variety.
Choco Cookie Bingsu – Php 165.00 (R) and Php 240.00 (L)
The Choco Cookie Bingsu is as simple as its name suggests – shaved ice is topped with cookie crumbs, and crowned with chocolate ice cream and even more cookies.
What’s different about this bingsu is that the shaved ice is also chocolate (I’m guessing milk chocolate), making the whole treat truly decadent. I’m a huge fan of chocolates although this time, I prefer the fruit-based bingsus rather than this choco-cookie version.
Injeolme Bingsu – Php 175.00 (R) and Php 250.00 (L)
31st Street Rizal Dr, Taguig City
0977 627 8124