Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe at Fairview Terraces

Bingsu is probably the most famous Korean Dessert here in the Philippines. It's a shaved ice dessert with yummy toppings like fruits, sweet milk, yogurt, sweet syrups, green tea, baked goodies, and many more!

My sister invited me for us to try this newly opened branch of Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe at Ayala Fairview Terraces Mall because it's practically near to us and according to her - the bingsu here is just good!

Aside from bingsu, Hobing also serves other food and drinks like hot beverages, smoothies, shakes, noodles, toasts, and rice meals.

Check Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe Menu here.

Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe branches are at BGC Stopover Pavillion, SM Megamall, Glorietta 4, Lucky Chinatown Mall, Eastwood Citywalk, SM North, SM Aura, Ayala Malls The 30th, UP Town Center, Bel-Air Makati, SM Marikina, SM San Lazaro, and this newly opened branch at Ayala Fairview Terraces.

This is Hobing's Galbijjim or Korean Braised Beef Short Ribs, priced at ₱300 and served with a cup of rice and kimchi. The beef short ribs are so tender that you can slice it up using a chopstick, its sweet with just a little kick of spiciness.

Hobing's Jajangmyeon is noodles with black bean sauce, sliced pork, diced potatoes, topped with sliced cucumbers and egg, and served with sliced Danmuji or yellow pickled radish. In my very honest opinion it just tastes normal, nothing special about it, and it looks like an instant jajangmyeon. For the price ₱245, it's not worthy. 

The good part is their Danmuji, it's my first time to try it and it's surprisingly delicious. It tastes like our burong mangga.

Hobing's best seller is this Mango Cheese Bingsu. Shaved ice mixed with condensed milk, topped with ripe mango cubes (that you can easily count), cheese cake cubes, sliced roasted almonds, sweet mango syrup, and whipped cream. The regular price is 
₱240, but as part of their Soft Opening Promo, they are giving away 20% Discount for all of their bingsu. So we got this sweetie here for ₱192.

It's my fist time to taste a bingsu, it's refreshingly sweet, yummy, and so milky! In other Hobing branches, their Mango Cheese Bingsu is overflowing with mangoes and other toppings, you can hardly see the shaved ice. I checked it in some blogs that also review Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe. 

Love to try other Bingsu here in the Metro.
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