Food – Korean


Nunsongyee – Korean Bingsu Café At Bugis, Opens 24/7

Another Korean Bingsu cafe in Singapore, this time the 3rd branch of Nunsongyee. This spells good news to fans of their shaved milk bingsu, but find traveling to distant Serangoon arduous. This time, the cafe is straight smack at Bugis opposite Bugis Junction (Toast Box side), especially fitting for youths who want a sweet dessert late after a night’s out. – Nunsongyee 눈송이 is pronounced as noon-song-yi. – The name means “snowflake” in Korea. – Nunsongyee’s bingsu are made of milk, thus they do not use the term ‘shaved ice’. – The owner’s grandparents are farmers who grow rice......

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