Bite Review: Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe

Want to have Korean experience in the Metro? Try this Korean Dessert Cafe: Hobing!

Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe

Summer is already over but for tropical countries like Philippines, summer never ends. Since we are near the equator, we only have two seasons: Summer and Summer. Just kidding 😂

Here in the Philippines, we have famous dessert called Halo-halo. Halo-halo is composed of mixed sweets topped with crushed ice, milk, leche flan, purple yam, and ice cream. But did you know that halo-halo is not only in the Philippines?

In Korea, they have this and called it Bingsu. Bingsu or Bingsoo is a Korean shaved ice dessert with sweet toppings such as fruits, condensed milk, cookies, fruit syrups, and nuts. This snack is very popular in Korea and now invading the tastebuds of every Filipino.

Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe, one of the famous Bingsu cafe in the Metro, offers wide variety of Bingsu flavors to choose from. Just a quick note before you eat this delicious dessert: unlike Halo-halo, you don’t need to mix it. The ingredients are evenly dispersed so you can taste the treats immediately.

If you are a chocolate-lover then you must try this Bingsu. One of their best-seller, Choco Brownie Bingsu will surely satisfy your sweet tooth. The combination of chocolate shaved ice, almonds, chunks of brownies, and drizzle of chocolate syrup made this dessert super sweet. Don’t forget to drink lots of water after indulging in this Bingsu if you don’t want to have sore throat!

Choco Brownie Bingsu
Choco Brownie Bingsu Regular – 235php; Large – 360php

For coffee-lovers, this Bingsu is for you. Caramel Coffee Bingsu is a bowl of shaved ice topped with mixed nuts, coffee jelly, a scoop of ice cream drizzled with caramel and served with a shot of coffee.

Coffee Caramel Bingsu
Coffee Caramel Bingsu Regular – 255php; Large – 380php

Mango Cheese Bingsu is consist of shaved ice with condensed milk topped with mango bits, chunks of cheesecake, some almonds, and whipped cream and mango syrup. The sweetness of mango and flavorful cheesecake makes this dessert delicious.

Mango Cheese Bingsu
Mango Cheese Bingsu Regular – 190php; Large – 310php

Another best-selling Bingsu is their Strawberry Bingsu. Shaved Ice topped with fresh strawberries, condensed milk, whipped cream and strawberry syrup are perfectly combined and will surely refresh your hot and tiring day.

Strawberry Bingsu
Strawberry Bingsu Regular – 215php; Large – 330php

 

Of all Bingsus, my personal favorite is the Caramel Coffee Bingsu. Not just because I’m a coffee lover but for me the sweetness of this Bingsu is perfectly right for my taste buds.

Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe currently have 4 branches in Metro Manila (as per the writing of this blog) and soon will open some other branches. Below are the list of their branches:

  • BGC – Third Floor, BGC Stopover Pavillion, Rizal Drive Corner 31st Street,Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City (Opened Last Feb 14, 2016)
  • Lucky Chinatown Mall – Third Floor, Lucky Chinatown Mall Annex A, City Place Condominium Reina Regente St., Binondo, Manila (Opened Last March 14, 2016)
  • Glorietta 4 – Ground Floor, Glorietta 4 East Drive, Ayala Center, Makati City (Opened Last June 14, 2016)
  • SM Megamall – Fourth Floor, Mega Fashion Hall, SM Mega Mall, Ortigas Centre, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City (Opened Last June 22, 2016)
  • Makati Jupiter Street Branch will open August 1, 2016
  • 30th Ayala Mall in Ortigas will open September 1, 2016
  • Avida Tower Centera Branch in Mandaluyong will open September 1, 2016

For the complete list of their menu click on this link.

If you are interested to start up a business, you might consider Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe. The Bingsu craze is now invading the Philippines.

Hobing Korean Dessert Cafe is open for franchise in the following  areas:

  • Banawe (Lifestyle Center)
  • Cubao (Spark Place)
  • Makati (Circuit Lane)
  • SM Sta. Mesa
  • SM San Lazaro
  • Alabang Town Center

For more inquiries you may contact them at +639959682952 or visit their Facebook page. [Click Here]

 

Hope this entry will help you on your next food trip. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions feel free to leave your thoughts in the comment section or email me at wandersandbites@gmail.com and I will reply as soon as I read it. If you find this post helpful and informative, please like and share with the buttons below. Thank you and enjoy your food trip!:)

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Athena Azamia says:

    looks so delicious!! I’ll definitely visit and eat there!! thanks for sharing

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    1. Arkin says:

      yes! This is a must try.

      Like

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