Bingsu is said have originated from the Joseon Dynasty where historical records show officials sharing crushed ice topped with various fruits.

Now this shaved milk dessert has become the trendiest thing to eat in Singapore right now. To differentiate the good ones from the average, those of higher quality use milk as the base, has fresh roasted nuts and injeolmi, and includes layered components for varied textures.

Here are 34 Places To Get Korean Bingsu In Singapore – Especially When It Gets Hot, Hot, Hot

Nunsaram Korean Dessert Café
181 Orchard Rd #05-51/52 Orchard Central Singapore 238896

Popular with youths at Orchard Central, with an interesting flavour of a purple sweet potato bingsu. Nunsaram (Orchard Central)

O’ma Spoon Korean Dessert Cafe
313 @ Somerset Orchard Road #04-20/32 Singapore 238895

The 2nd branch of O’ma Spoon. Sells toasts but prefer the bingsu better. The best tasting bingsu to us, is the Mango Berry Cheesecake. O’ma Spoon Korean Dessert Cafe (313 Somerset)

8 Korean BBQ
6 Eu Tong Sen Street, The Central, #02-79/90, Singapore 059817

Serves a mega $28++ bingsu meant for sharing between 2-4, looking like a bibimbap, filled with fruits, red bean and mini marshmallows.

Kokomama Marketplace
1 Zubir Said Drive, School of The Arts, #01-01, Singapore 227968 (Dhoby Ghaut or Bras Basah MRT)

Often offer student promo, has some interesting flavours such as Red Ruby. Kokomama Marketplace (SOTA)

The Cup SG
1 Selegie Road #01-05 PoMo Mall, Singapore 188306

Bingsu in takeaway cups. It was… okay, though we found it hard to consume without creating a mess due to the cup’s narrow opening.

Eclipse Bingsu and Coffee
1A Short Street #01-02, Singapore 188210

Eclipse’s Normal Bingsu and Yogurt Bingsu were available in 2 sizes: the regular ($6.90 – $9.90) available in takeaway cups and large ($10.90 – $15.90) in a dine-in bowl. Eclipse (Short Street)

Teng Tea Dessert Café
89 Rangoon Road #01-04, Singapore 218375

A tea-based café selling iced drinks, shibuya toasts, OTT milk shakes and Korean bingsu. (Basically whatever that is trending.)

Ice Box SG
89 Rangoon Road #01-02 Urban Lofts, Singapore 218375

This gets interesting as looking at the address, you can tell Ice Box is just a shop down from Teng. ALO Sells iced drinks, Korean toasts, OTT milk shakes and Korean bingsu.

City Hall & Marina
O’ma Spoon Korean Dessert Cafe
6 Raffles Boulevard #01-01/02/03 Marina Square Singapore 039594

Located next to the foodcourt, slightly hard to find for first-timers. Bingsu’s texture is soft and has that instantaneous melt-in-your-mouth effect. O’ma Spoon (Marina Square)

BiBing 비빙
50, Smith Street, Singapore 058958 (5 min walk from Chinatown MRT)

This is not a bibimbap, but a BiBim ($18) remodelled like a real bibimbap (Korean mixed rice) using fruits of various colours as toppings instead. BiBing (Chinatown Smith Street)

Café Insadong
279 South Bridge Road Singapore 058828 (Chinatown MRT)

Local family owned, but they had Korean consultants to train them. They often offer new flavours. Café Insadong (South Bridge Road)

Banana Tree
26 Keong Saik Road Singapore 089133

The Korean brand which is known to offer photogenic dessert items, like coffee with candy floss. Banana Tree (Keong Siak)

Tanjong Pagar
Chick and Ken
21 Lorong Telok, Raffles Park, Singapore 049033 (Raffles Place MRT)

Bingsu with syringes for you to inject the syrup. Owned by the team behind Stateland Café. Chick and Ken (Lor Telok)

Twins Korean Restaurant
7 Craig Road Singapore 089667 (Tanjong Pagar MRT)

We think this restaurant helmed by two Korean twins sells one of the best soy Korean fried chicken wings, and also rather tasty Korean bingsu. Twins Korean Chicken (Tanjong Pagar)

Tom and Toms
12 Gopeng Street #01-12 Icon Village Singapore 078877 (Tanjong Pagar)

One of Korean’s biggest café chain, good place to study. Bingsu used to be one of the better ones, UNTIL all the rest came along.

52 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore 088473 (8-10 min walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT)

A Monster Bingsu ($25) overflowing with ingredients, like those OTT milkshakes. Da Bang (Tanjong Pagar)

Jinjja Chicken
249 Victoria Street (Bugis Village), Singapore 188032 (Bugis MRT)

Sells tasty fried chicken fast food style, with finely, shaved milk in a small takeaway cup. One of the most affordable bingsu around. Jinjja Chicken (Bugis Village)

Nunsongyee 눈송이 @ Bugis
534 North Bridge Road Singapore 188749 (opposite Bugis Junction, adjacent to Tan Quee Lan Street)

The 3rd branch of Nunsongyee, opens 24/7. Nunsongyee (Bugis)

Snowy Village
120A Prinsep Street Singapore 187937 (near Lasalle, Sim Lim Square)

An interesting concept, probably Singapore’s only Korean container café. Snowy Village (Prinsep Street)

Bing Jo Gung Dessert House
Bt Timah Plaza (next to taxi stand), 1 Jalan Anak Bukit, Singapore 588996 (King Albert Park MRT)

Popular with the Korean expatriates around the region, we thought their bingsu tasted better before though. Bing Go Jung (Bt Timah Plaza)

One Thing Coffee Kids Café
170 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Bukit Timah Shopping Centre #B2-17 (Beautiful World MRT)

A family friendly Korean-owned café offering a variety of items.

Nunuiwangja 눈의 왕자
HillV2, 4 Hillview Rise, #01-08, Singapore 667979 (Hillview MRT)

Korean bingsu with a hidden popsicle within. Nunuiwangja (HillV2)

Chi Bing
The Star Vista 1 Vista Exchange Green Singapore 138617 (Buona Vista MRT)

Korean restaurant at the corner of Star Vista with plenty of seats (think they need PLENTY of publicity). Bingsu texture was okay, ingredients used tasted average.

[Closed] Frozen
3151 Commonwealth Avenue West #01-13, City Vibe, Singapore 129581 (5 min walk from Clementi MRT)

Obviously named after THAT movie, with Olaf Melon Bingsu and Elsa Snow Flakes. Yes, we are serious. Frozen (Clementi)

One Ice Café
2 Jurong East Central 1, JCube #02-67 Singapore 609731

For $6.80 and a huge portion, we cannot complain much lah.

Paris Baguette
JEM #02-20 50 Jurong Gateway Road, Singapore 608549 (Jurong East MRT)

It’s Paris Baguette, so you can kind of expect how it would taste.

Nunsaram Korean Dessert Café
3 Gateway Drive #04-37 Westgate Singapore 608532 (Jurong East MRT)

We like Nunsaram’s Injeolmi bingsu, which has a lightly roasted fragrance.

Bing Jo Gung Dessert House
102 Guillemard Road #01-01 Singapore 399719 (Mountbatten MRT)

Probably the first Korean bingsu café in Singapore.

Nunsongyee 눈송이
232 Tanjong Katong Road Singapore 437020

A franchise to the popular Korean bingsu brand. Nunsongyee (Tanjong Katong)

Chicken Up
2 Tampines Central 5, #01-44 Century Square, Century Square, Singapore 529509 (Tampines MRT)

The popular chicken wings maker sells bingsu in craved fruits.

Nunsongyee 눈송이
45 Burghley Drive #01-04, Singapore 559022 (15-20 min walk from Lorong Chuan MRT)

This is like super hard to find, even for those who drive. People have made their way there to try their legendary soft bingsu (of course we can go Bugis now for that taste). Nunsongyee (Burghley Drive)

Snowman Desserts
Serangoon NEX #02-04, 23 Serangoon Central Singapore 556083 (within Ministry of Food)
Tel: +65 6634 4608

Known for its melon and mango bingsu, may take a while to serve. Snowman Desserts (NEX)

Caffebene Singapore
Vivocity, 1 Harbourfront Walk #02-150 Singapore 098585 (between TCC and Sushi Tei)

One of Korean’s most prominent café chain. Bingsu served in their signature bowl with ingredients like red beans, almond flakes, macademia nuts and topped with a scoop of gelato and whipped cream. Caffebene Singapore (Vivocity)

Insadong Korea Town
Resorts World Sentosa, 26 Sentosa, Gateway #01-30/31/32/33, Singapore 098138 (Near Trickeye Museum)

Interesting food court style place with self-ordering system. Insadong Korea Town (Sentosa)

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* Compiled by Daniel Ang @DanielFoodDiary and Nicholas Tan @Stormscape


  1. Hi, can i check with you whether can the Bingsus be ordered via takeaway? Or rather which stores can their Bingsus be ordered via takeaway?


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