Hawaii Mom Blog: Teaspoon Serving Bingsu inside Spoon Korean Kitchen




August 18, 2021

Teaspoon Serving Bingsu inside Spoon Korean Kitchen

The injeolmi has red bean and mochi.

Before school started, I took the kids for some bingsu (Korean shave ice) from Teaspoon, a Korean dessert shop inside Spoon Korean Kitchen located in Ewa Beach.

In addition to the bingsu, Teaspoon also offers their "Sparkling Ade" - sparkling water with a variety of homemade syrups and lattes made with only milk and no coffee.  

The mango bingsu looked amazing, but we opted for the Injeolmi and Oreo bingsu.  The bingsu are $10.95 each, but the serving is huge. My daughter and I finished off the Injeolmi, but my son only ate half of the oreo.  The oreo was good, but not as refreshing as I would expect a fruit flavored shave ice.  Both shave ice were served with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream. 

They are open from 11am to 8pm, Mondays thru Saturdays and closed on Sundays.

Bingsu menu board

Oreo bingsu

Everything is homemade!

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