If you are exploring the Bras Basah and Bugis districts, you might want to join in the artsy-fartsy crowd and head over to the first container cafe in Singapore – yes, you heard us right! Situated at DECK, Snowy Village offers a noteworthy selection of Bingsu in an unusual container setting. A good dessert never hurts, right?
The container cafe holds approximately 12 seatings – one of the smallest Bingsu establishments that we have chanced upon so far, but it does make up for the lack of room with a homey space that is unique to its own. There is also an enchanting Alfresco dining area that is beautifully adorned with oil barrels and vines.
Other than Bingsu, Snowy Village has a menu of beverages and Korean sides.
Their signature Injeolmi Bingsu (S$12) enhances the conventional Korean dessert with a mixture of toppings such as Green Tea and Black Sesame mochi, peanut shavings and rice cakes. The soft and smooth ice shavings were a delight to savour, accompanied with a dose of condensed milk if you are keen on sweetening up your Bingsu.
Then, there is the Mango Bingsu (S$12.90) that comes with generous chunks of sweet mango atop finely shaved iced, and topped with condensed milk and mango syrup.
Some serious Bingsu feast awaits here at Snowy Village, indeed.
120 Prinsep Street
Tel: +65 8822 1702
Daily: 10am – 9pm
Nearest Station: Bugis or Dhoby Ghaut
For more recommendations, read our guide to the best Bingsu in Singapore.