This humble Ekkamai cafe does its bingsu differently to most.
This humble Ekkamai cafe does its bingsu differently to most. Inspired by little neighborhood shops in Korea, the Korean-Thai couple who own it roll out homemade desserts and drinks including Dutch baby pancakes (B260) and yummy New-York cheesecake (B130).
Instead of snow-like shaved frozen ice, their home-style bingsu (B160-380) is made from rougher shaved ice. But that doesn’t detract from the flavors.
Try the Canary Mango (B340), which is dressed with unsweetened milk, topped with massive chunks and slices of two sweet mangoes and served in a hot pot with mango sauce, red bean paste and cornflakes.
See also: The 6 best places to get Korean bingsu in Bangkok
|Address:||Elmar Offwhite, 50/5 Sukhumvit Soi 63, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 11am-9pm|
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