Bing Boy - New menu tasting

Bing Boy - 8/320 Grange Road, Kidman Park SA, 5025

Matcha smoothies, dumplings and brown rice bowls.....oh my!

The times they are a changin' for we are entering a time where it might just be possible to enjoy fast food without the requisite hangover that necessitated its purchase! We here at OTCB were invited to give some of the new menu at Bing Boy (the Kidman Park store) a try.

For those that do not know, Bing (in Chinese) is a wheat flour omelette wrap which could be likened to a Chinese Yiros. Whilst Bing Boy has always been in the business of Bing's, they have expanded their menu to include a range of gluten-free-but-you-wouldn't-know-it wraps, brown rice bowls, dumplings, and sweet treats.

Suffice to say it's an extensive list. As in, it might take less time to read War and Peace, but for the sake of brevity you'll get the highlights reel here:

There is never going to be a time in (my) life when the answer to any question (life, the universe, everything) couldn't be dumplings - dumplings solve all the world's problems. It's the standard flavour fare (pork, prawn and chives, chicken and prawn, beef and pickled carrot, but with a bit of a shout out to the zucchini and egg here).

Made fresh in-store daily it's 3 for $2.90, 6 for $4.90 or 12 for $8.90
The picture below shows the increase in the menu that Bing Boy has to offer. Namely the new gluten free wrap, brown rice bowls (always a crowd pleaser, and packing the most flavour punch in this reviewer's humble opinion), matcha smoothie (blended matcha, banana, almond milk, greek yoghurt, honey, toasted coconut, crushed green tea macarons), and natural iced tea (it's chilled tea made daily served with fresh fruit).

The bings will set you back around $7.90 for a small, and around $9.90 for a regular
The bing bowl is approx $9.90 but varies as to what you decide to put in it.
Chilled tea is $4.90 & Matcha Smoothie is $5.90
And always leaving room for a crepe-inspired dessert... pictured below is the sweet bing, a gluten free wrap topped with macadamia, strawberries, green tea yoghurt and salted caramel sauce.

This saucy number will cost you $6.90
If you've never given Bing Boy a chance, you should swing by. For when you're out and about in your fitness-inspired activewear and want your insides to match your outsides this new menu is for you. It's street-style food, minus the guilt.


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