Who wouldn’t want to have bingsu as a dessert?
Bingsu/ Bingsoo (Korean version of our halo- halo) is a very sought- after Korean dessert, especially during the summer season. This snack is composed of ice shavings and various ingredients such as condensed milk, fruit syrups, sweetened azuki beans and various fruits usually strawberries and mangoes. It is often topped with ice cream, frozen yogurt and chocolate syrup.
Cafe Seol hwa is a Korean dessert cafe well- known for its snow textured bingsu. I’ve already tried several types of bingsu in other Korean restaurants but Cafe Seolhwa serves the best. Apart from their snow ice desserts, they also offer hot and cold coffees, ice blended beverages, toasts, rice cakes, croissants, hot teas and yogurt smoothies.
On my dine at their Nuvali branch, I ordered their Berry Cheese Bingsu from the seasonal menu. I love how my bingsu came loaded with toppings, especially with cubes of cheesecake on it. The presentation was breathtaking, it looked nice and fancy making me want to eat it as soon as I laid my eyes on it. The finely shaved ice was really soft and at the same time creamy, as well as it literally melts in your mouth.Every spoonful of it brought a bright smile on my face. They offer single and large (good for 2-3) sizes.
Aside from bingsu, I also tried and enjoyed their Honey and Butter Toast. It’s like a classy type of French toast filled with rice cake if im not mistaken.
I left Cafe Seol hwa with my mind filled with bewilderment on what I’m going to order on my next visit, and I can’t wait for that time.
Cafe Seol Hwa branches:
Cafe Seol hwa (Bonifacio Global City)
Koko Buri, 7th Ave Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
Cafe Seol hwa (Century City Mall)
Cafe Seol hwa (B.F. Homes)
Cafe Seol hwa (Nuvali)