Along with the consistent growth of Filipinos’ interest in the Korean culture, it is inevitable that people in the country are also gaining some knowledge about Korean food.
The Specialty Bingsus
Even though the Philippines already have their own version of shaved ice called the Halo-Halo, Korea’s ‘bingsu’ still gained a large amount of attention because of its unbelievably fine shaved milk ice (milk snow) and a large variety of toppings to choose from.
Not only are their bingsus tasty and enjoyable, they also have huge amounts of servings good for 2-3 people. Each of their bingsus are also presented exquisitely which makes them alluring to the eyes and what you call ‘Instagram-worthy’.
Café Seolhwa offers a number of bingsoos to the public. Either you’re into mango, chocolate, matcha, strawberry, coffee, and everything else in between, you will surely find your type of bingsoo in their menu.
Café Seolhwa offers other types of food such as pastries, sandwiches, and other famous Korean delicacies like ddeokbokki (spicy rice cake) . And if you don’t feel like eating anything, they also serve coffee and tea just like any other regular café.
- The Forum, BGC, Taguig
- BF Homes, Parañaque
- Venice Grand Canal Mall, McKinley Hill, Taguig
Time: 10AM – 10PM
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