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Bing Bian (Millenia Walk)

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Indulge in twenty two different flavours and select from a wide variety of delicious toppings to match your discerning tastes. Bing Bian offers a plethora of fruit dessert choices such as Coffee Ice Set Mixed Berries Ice Set and Durian Ice Set for durian lovers.

Daily: 10:30 - 22:00

+65 63371391
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delicious, simple taiwanese-style shaved ice

hotos and more: http://andmorefood.wordpress.com/2013/12/17/bing-bian-millenia-walk/



delicious, simple taiwanese-style dessert at this small outpost in millenia walk. it’s shaved ice with toppings – full of the candied beans, starchy dumplings and syrups you’d expect, and not too expensive neither.   it’s a bit of a pick and mix system – you head up to the counter and select your dessert accoutrements, or pick from a pre-optimised set.   either way, those taiwanese know their way around a jelly or two, and their syrups straddle the chinese ideal of sweet-but-not-too-much. the starchy yam and sweet potato balls are chewy but not rubbery, the ice a snowy fall of flaky cold – it’s a good cheap asian dessert option in town.

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• 30 Dec 2013 • 246 reviews • 1 follower

delicious, simple taiwanese-style shaved ice

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hotos and more: http://andmorefood.wordpress.com/2013/12/17/bing-bian-millenia-walk/



delicious, simple taiwanese-style dessert at this small outpost in millenia walk. it’s shaved ice with toppings – full of the candied beans, starchy dumplings and syrups you’d expect, and not too expensive neither.   it’s a bit of a pick and mix system – you head up to the counter and select your dessert accoutrements, or pick from a pre-optimised set.   either way, those taiwanese know their way around a jelly or two, and their syrups straddle the chinese ideal of sweet-but-not-too-much. the starchy yam and sweet potato balls are chewy but not rubbery, the ice a snowy fall of flaky cold – it’s a good cheap asian dessert option in town.
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• 14 Sep 2013 • 9 reviews • 1 follower

Calamansi Ice Set Rocks!

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Didn't think calamansi ice would go with konnyaku, almond flakes and dried cranberries, but surprisingly it does. In some ways, it kinda reminds me of Singapore, in the sense that all the different components come together really nicely.
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  • Calamansi Ice Set!
• 14 Sep 2013 • 7 reviews • 40 followers

A Refreshing Break That's Just Needed

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Dish #2 of #Hungry4f1 Team #10 tasted the signature calamansi ice set - a refreshing twist on the tradition ice kachang perhaps...with jelly, fresh raisins and almond flakes. Just a great pick me up from our elk over to Millenia Walk.
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