Bingsu has been one of my favorite desserts especially during summer time. It’s a very popular dessert often composed of finely shaved ice, sweetened condensed milk, syrups, cereal flakes and various seasonal fruits such as mangoes, strawberries, kiwifruit, and bananas. It originated from Korea.
I discovered a new bingsu place in Venice Grand Canal Mall where you can do “Seol Sharing” with your friends and family. Seol Bang Dessert Cafe, a family owned business, opened its doors officially last January 26, 2017. Managed by Shekinah Bangsil, the cafe offers original Bingsu recipes not limited to conventional ingredients. The menu features classic bingsu flavors with a twist. All ingredients are freshly sourced and homemade.
The dessert cafe is very well lighted and well ventilated. Once you come inside the restaurant, you’ll feel the fun and chill vibe. The cafe also sports bright colors on its interiors making it livelier.
Here are some of the best selling items on their menu:
The Salted Caramel Cookie Bingsu is the first one I tried. I was really impressed on how it stayed cool for several minutes. The ice cream and the shaved ice did not melt for 30 minutes. This was big plus for me! It was rich with condensed milk, ground salted caramel cookie and almonds. It was topped with vanilla ice cream drizzled with caramel sauce.
The Strawberry Cheesecake Bingsu is my ultimate favorite among all the items in the menu. It features fresh strawberries and homemade cheesecake. It also has a generous serving of vanilla ice cream and whipped cream. It was garnished with fresh mint and some nuts.
For a healthier option, you can try Mango Granola Bingsu. Made from fresh mangoes and generous servings of granola, you’ll surely be guilt free with this dessert!
For those who love sinful desserts, Mango Choco Banana Bingsu will be your perfect choice. It has fresh mangoes along with bananas and generous serving of whipped cream with chocolate syrup. It is also garnished with fresh mint that gives the refreshing kick to it.
The cafe also serves freshly brewed coffee. I tried their Caramel Macchiato which is best paired with Salted Caramel Cookie Bingsu.
Overall, I’m really happy with Seol Bang Dessert Cafe. The ambiance is nice and the desserts are superb. This will definitely be one of my hangout spots in the future!
Seol Bang Dessert Cafe is located at 2F Venice Grand Canal Mall, McKinley Hill, Taguig. They are open everyday from 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM. You may contact them at +639154610562.
You can reach them through their social media pages:
Facebook: Seol Bang Dessert Cafe
The verdict: It’s an ACE!
The Tennis Foodie’s favorite: Salted Caramel Cookie Bingsu and Strawberry Cheesecake Bingsu
30 thoughts on “Seol Sharing at Seol Bang Dessert Cafe”
Awesome content! I would like to try it out soon. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
Great review. I at now tempted to try this place during my next visit.
Looks like fun! Probably a great spot to take a date. Those deserts look positively delicious!
So yummy desserts. I will try it someday. Thanks for sharing info. Liked it 😉
I would like to have all desserts…specially strawberry chessecake…love it…
I am ALL about desserts. I have a sweet tooth. Everything looks delicious!
That dessert reminds me a little bit of a dessert we used to call bing when I lived in China 20 years ago. I bet they originated from the same idea. Yum!
I have never heard of Bingsu before, but the way you described it, I know I’d love it! This looks like a great little dessert place.
oh my gosh those desserts look amazing. i’d try every single one of them starting with salted caramel.
This looks so yummy. I would really love to try it sometime.
I would definitely go for the salted caramel chocolate cookie bingsu if I was there! I have never tried bingsu yet, but have been seeing it around in Singapore. Your post makes me wanna try one now!
This cafe looks like an amazing place and this dessert, oh em gee! lush!
These desserts look delicious. I would start with the Strawberry cheesecake Bingsu.
I’ve never heard of bingsu, but it looks amazing. The cafe looks really cute, and I love how pretty the treats look!
Bingsu is a dessert I’m not familiar with, but it does look delicious! Sign me up for the salted caramel cookie one! Yum!
Oh my goodness this looks like the most amazing place to go to share a dessert – I used to go out with a friend just to get desserts once upon a time and this would have been the perfect place to visit.
That would make me SOOOO sick to eat but I really wish I could eat it. It looks very tasty.
Dessert is my favorite meal of the day, lol! This place looks amazing. I will have to check this out over the holiday break.
This looks so yummy! The cafe looks so cute!
WOW! I never learned that there is already one in McKinley Hill! I love Bingsu so I will make sure to drop by there when I get the chance to visit Manila.
Wow look at the mango dessert options. Looks yummy definitely want to try the strawberry cheesecake.
Dessert cafes are a real weakness of mine, I just love them a lot. Although I haven’t tried a bingsu as yet, I really enjoyed learning about them and the different options available at Seol Bang Cafe. I tend to agree with you that the strawberry cheesecake one looks the best…
I love to come across dishes that have fresh mango. The caramel macchiato sounds good too.
I love desserts! And this one looks great!
Bingsu sounds so good! I have never tried it, but would love to travel to Korea and try the real thing there. I’d go for that mango one you shared too. 🙂
Oh my! This looks a great cafe dessert! Perfect for those who looks for a date place.
This Seol Bang Dessert Cafe seems like an ideal place to hang out with friends. I also appreciate the variety of bingsu it serves. Thank you so much for sharing!
Wow all the clicks are so tempting.. Wish you had good time there eating deserts there..
This looks like such an amazing cafe. All of that food looks like it is so tasty!
There is so much amazing looking food here. I love little cafes where the atmosphere is great as well.
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