As you have noticed in my previous blogs, I am very much interested in KPop which made me like Korean culture and food as well. Last May 6, 2017, my friends and I decided to have some Korean food and dessert as we have our mini reunion.
At around 12:30pm, my friends and I met at the Bonifacio Stop Over building in BGC. We decided to meet there since my friend’s workplace is near there and also we plan on eating Bingsu at Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe.
How to go to Bonifacio Stop Over?
- Ride an MRT to Ayala Station then go down where the BGC bus is located. It is on the right side once you go out of the MRT station.
- Ride a BGC bus – West Route and drop at the 4th bus stop.
- The 4th bus stop is the Bonifacio Stop Over already. Easy right?
Since it is already lunch time and we haven’t eaten our lunches, we decided to go eat at Kaya Restaurant just on the second floor of the building. We wanted to eat meat that time but due to lack of time, we just decided to eat Bibimbap.
Here is a picture of my friends. We are not yet complete that time.
This Bibimbap will surely satisfy your craving at the same time, it is also nutritious. Another thing I liked in Kaya Restuarant is that they have free side dishes like kimchi. It will definitely complete the Korean food feels.
After eating our meal, we decided to go and have our dessert at Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe which is just at the 3rd floor of the same building.
Another picture (without me of course since I’m the photographer) and Ate Jovs isn’t here yet.
We decided to take orders already. We took different kinds of Bingsu so that we can taste a lot of flavors. While they were taking their orders, I decided to take a picture of the place.
After waiting for a couple of minutes, our orders are already heeeeeeeere.
This is what I ordered. The Choco Cookie Bingsu. It is just in its regular size so it only costs P175. For its taste and the serving itself, it is worth it. Promise!
As far as I know, this is their new flavor the Banana Mango Bingsu with two sticks of Pepero in it. I’m craving for this. I’m not sure with the price of this one. I believe it costs P170 – P230 for the regular size.
This one is different from what I ordered. Tho it is chocolate too, they still differ. This is the Choco Brownie Bingsu which costs P245 for the regular size.
This one is different. This is the Bingsu + Toast. And I’m not so sure with the price too. Maybe it costs around P140 – P200.
These are our orders. I wasn’t able to have an individual photo of the Strawberry Bingsu and the Mango Cheese Bingsu. The Strawberry Bingsu costs P225 for its regular size and the Mango Cheese Bingsu costs P205 for its regular size.
Of course, it is a must to have a picture with these delicious desserts. Sorry for my face. hihi
After a few minutes of waiting, our friend has finally arrived. She immediately ordered her own Bingsu.
She ordered the Matcha Bingsu. As far as I know this one costs P185.
We had fun eating our Bingsu and at the same time chatting. I’m still waiting for our group picture so that I can upload it here too. For the mean time, this is the things I’ll be showing you. I hope you like it and will soon try these Bingsu at Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe. They also have different branches. You can check their Instagram for more details.
‘Til next food trip!
This is not a paid blog post. This post is based from my personal experience and I want it to share to you guys. 🙂 Photo taken from Nikon D3400.