Noonsaram Korean Dessert Cafe

Oracle Bldg., Katipunan Ave., Katipunan, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Noonsaram Korean Dessert Cafe
4.3
4.5 Stars

6 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 6 Reviews
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  • 6 Reviewers
Category:
Dessert
Phone
+639239038767

Payment Options

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Most Recent Reviews

Danna P.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Pam L.
5.0 Stars

My bingsu adventures continue!

After discovering this place on looloo, I knew I had to try it. Instead of ordering the usual mango bingsu though, we got their melon bingsu. It was quite pricey at P400.

But when it came out, we were like, WHOA. How are we going to finish this?! (We did BTW).

It was served in a melon bowl. It had the usual milk ice, almond slivers, some syrup, cherries on top, and melon balls. Not sure what the white ones were, maybe honeydew?

Anyway it was really good. The frozen melon bowl helped keep the milk ice from melting quickly. Will definitely come back for their mango bingsu and maybe try some of their toasts.

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Poch I.
5.0 Stars

My bingsu addiction is strong and it grew even more after having Noonsaram's Injeolmi Bingsu. <3 It's chewy-nutty texture, it's millky taste, served in a ginormous bowl, left me in a happiness spell for hours. 128525 Will definitely go back to try more flavors.

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Ai B.
4.0 Stars

Single serving is big enough for 2 127827

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Monique F.
4.0 Stars

Injeolmi Bingsu -- personal favorite due to the chewy rice cake and the sesame flavor. My boyfriend likes adding a little more condensed milk when he wants something sweet.

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Isha S.
3.0 Stars

Do you wanna build a noonsaram? 127926

Haha apparently, noonsaram means snowman in the Korean language. It is also the name of this Korean dessert cafe along Katipunan. The place has two floors and is bright and spacious thanks to the lights and big windows. The menu is pretty straightforward - they offer various bingsu (Korean shaved ice dessert) flavors such as pineapple, banana, cheese, injeolmi, Oreo, etc., some drinks and pastries.

I decided on their green tea bingsu in the regular size for about 200 pesos. The large size is nearly 300 pesos. We sat upstairs and were served the bingsu after a short amount of time. The regular bingsu serving (pictured) is actually pretty huge and can already be shared but is kind of boring looks and taste-wise. It was just a bunch of green tea-flavored ice sprinkled with a few almond slivers and two chocolate sticks pierced through one end of the bingsu. The ice melted easily and you would be left with nothing more than some green tea goop (no better than regular ice blended green tea drinks). Pretty meh in my opinion. Even more so considering this was what the girl at the counter recommended next to their pineapple and banana bingsus. 128533

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