Cot­ton candy bingsu

Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Eating Out -

Bingsu, a Korean shaved ice dessert com­pa­ra­ble to ais ka­cang, has long been OW:L

Es­presso’s house-spe­cialty, but it’s their lat­est range of cot­ton candy-topped bingsu that’s turn­ing heads. Avail­able in reg­u­lar (RM28) or large (RM50), each cloud-like con­coc­tion is lit­er­ally larger than your head and best shared with the whole fam­ily. Hold your breath as your frag­ile dessert is de­liv­ered to your table and be quick about snap­ping pic­tures be­fore the shaved ice melts. OW:L Es­presso fea­tures new cot­ton candy

bingsu on a monthly ba­sis and at the time of our visit, BUBU (named via a Face­book con­test) was the fea­tured dessert of the month. With Oreos for eyes and deep-fried spaghetti as whiskers, the silly-look­ing dessert re­sem­bled a seal. Tear off and stuff your mouth with strips of cot­ton candy to get to the bingsu, which is topped with fresh fruit, ice cream and de­li­cious top­pings.

A-02-1, first floor, Me­nara Ra­jawali, Jalan SS15/8, Subang Jaya (03 5612 4826/­spresso). Daily, 10am-12mid­night.

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