The Bingsu

2/F Madison Galeries, Don Jesus Blvd., Alabang Hills, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila

The Bingsu
3.8
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  • 9 Reviews
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Melissa M.
3.0 Stars

It's definitely quite a novelty. During my first time, I had no idea what to expect after ordering the Mango Bingsu. When it was served I was overwhelmed with the huge size of their serving -- it's good for at least 2 people but too much for just one person. The ice is smoother than anything I've ever seen. It's milk shaved ice also has a hint of coconut milk. It's not too sweet and not too bland. You can see it as an alternative to halo halo or Italian water ice.
Service was pretty good for a new place and the place had generous space, playfully design interiors and furnishings and pretty high ceilings.

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Paolo S.
4.0 Stars

Having quick meals at The Bingsu palace is always a treat whether it be for merienda, dinner, or dessert. Got to try the new menu items this time and they didn't disappoint.

I do recommend the sizzling plates of japchae, rice, and meat/seafood. I personally love the 'tutong' that forms at the bottom of the rice haha. It goes perfect with the sauce! As for the bibimbap, i'd say its passable just because i've had better bibimbap elsewhere.

The kimbap, tteokbokki, and of course, the bingsu are always winners here!

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Chili G.
5.0 Stars

After our delicious dinner at trattoria, headed over to
Madison galleries for dessert 128522 it was also my friends' first time to try bingsu and they were blown away! They got the mango cheese while we got the berry cheese 127826
Really love the interiors and size of this branch! Servers were also very attentive and polite 128077🏼

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Mico C.
4.0 Stars
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Because it's called The Bingsu, I always go here with the mindset of getting a frozen treat. Not this particular visit though. I went here for dinner!

I got one order musubi and an order of kimbob. Kimbob took a while to prepare but was pretty good. Honestly though, wasn't the best i've tasted but good. Musubi would have been better if it was made with Japanese rice. Love the teriyaki taste of the spam.

Both were reasonably priced at 180 pesos. Great visit all in all. Oh and you get free green tea!

That's it for now!

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Mico C.
4.0 Stars

I knew it! I knew it! I just didn't listen to my instincts. I knew something was wrong as my girlfriend and I was thinking of trying a new flavor. I felt that melon is just not a strong flavor enough to carry the overall taste of bingsu.

Definitely if you are used to more flavorful fruits like strawberries or mangoes, then melon may fall below your standards.

I still gave the place 4 stars though since the other bingsus i've tried here were able to exceed my expectations.

Anyway, that's it for now.

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Chili G.
5.0 Stars
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Ok parang automatic Na that after eating at aburi, you go straight to the bingsu cos it's just right across 128513 it's my second time here and this is the biggest bingsu place I've been to. Also love how they've tied their design aesthetic together without looking kitschy.
Ordered our usual mango cheese and was pleasantly surprised to find more mango at the lower layers of the bowl! Definitely a great place to chill and Chika with your friends.

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Wennifer C.
3.0 Stars

Went here for dessert. Ordered 4 types- mango with cheese, strawberries, coffee jelly and iljaesom (unsure of the spelling). The ice is sooo finely shaved that it seems like it's cream and not ice. I liked the mango one the best! Their tea is served in a really cute and tempered tea cup, but dont let the tea cup fool you, the tea is really hot! Interiors are interesting- all materials are from Korea. Even the contractors!

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Paolo S.
5.0 Stars
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Bingsu aint the only thing thats good at The Bingsu. So what else is good? The ff:

Chili mandu - ground meat, veggies, and noodles stuffed deep fried chili peppers

Potato mandu - no idea why its called potato mandu haha but think said stuffing in hakaw steamed dumpling wrapper

Jumbo mandu - typical gyoza like fried korean dumpling

Bulgogi bap burger - i honestly didnt know what to expect. But wow! Its beef bulgogi sandwiched between two layers of black sesame fried rice, burger-style. Then top that with fried egg! You'll eventually end up mixing everything into a plate of bulgogi fried rice awesomeness!

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Paolo S.
4.0 Stars

Oh Korea, even though i've yet to set foot on your holy shores, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. And here are 2 if them... 1008410084

Kimbap and tteokbokki! If anything, this also shows that you don't have to order just bingsu to enjoy eating at The Bingsu 128522. These are pretty standard korean snacks - kimbap being a mixed roll of pickled radish, veggies, ham, egg, and teokbokki, which is rice cakes (tteok) swimming in spicy sauce with noodles and fish cake. The Bingsu sure does keep it close to the real thing by kicking up the heat on their tteokbokki. Even for a korea-phile like me, i find theirs pretty spicy. Gives me the sniffles even after several glasses of water later 128517.

Tip: dip your kimbap into the tteokbokki sauce for that extra spicy kick 128521

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