Loud K-pop music greets you as soon as you emerge on the fifth floor of Orchard Central, where this café sits. We try its most Instagram-ed treat, the green tea bingsu ($13.90), which while scoring on looks, could have fared better in the taste department. The matcha ice-cream, though flavourful, overshadowed the mildly milky shaved ice. The serving size is fair for its price, but the ice melts quickly, forcing you to dig in quick, before it melts into a watery sea of diluted green tea.
The K-craze in food is still going strong, and its newest rep is the ice kacang-like bingsu. Ong Huiqi and Michelle Fong eat their way through the recent bloom of bingsu stores to find the ones worth plonking money down for.