The country has been taken by storm by all things Korean. There is K-pop, Samsung phones, 3D arts, Korean makeup. Korean food was just around the corner.
Rizal Bloggers and Media Friends were taken to a Korean dessert overload in a recent Food Crawl event in SM Angono.
Sharing with you my personal take on Korean desserts and snacks at Snow Panda SM Angono.
Bing Su is the Korean version of our "halo-halo".
It is actually shaved ice with sweet toppings
~ a Large Snow Panda Bing Su costs P200 to P210, while Medium costs P130 to P140. The Large serving is good for 3-4 persons sharing.
I love Snow Panda's Bing Su. The consistency of flavor and fine quality of its shave ice was really-really good.
Pat Bing Su (red beans)
Watermelon Bing Su
Strawberry Bing Su (My personal favorite)
Injeolme Bing Su
(Korean rice cake and soya bean powder with almonds and cashew)
Mango Bing Su (with Almonds toppings). Most of companions grew a liking to the Mango Bing Su the most.
Choco Bing Su
We were also served:
Injeolme Toast (costs P140 to P160 for additional cheese or honey butter spread)
(Korean Dumplings, costs P100 per order)
Kimbab (steamed white rice with various ingredients, rolled in a sheet of dried seaweed; costs is P100 per order)
Tukbokki (This dish is made of soft rice cake, fish cake, and the sweet red chili sauce, costs P100+.)
Snow Panda is thumb up for me (well, except for the Tukbokki, which was a bit too much for me, though I think my husband, who loves spicy food would have a blast with this dish).
Would love to go back to try their Smoothies and Yogurt.
Have a Taste of Korea, check out Snow Panda at SM Angono.
For more information visit Snow Panda SM Angono facebook page at SnowPanda SM Angono.