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Bananas have tons of health benefits – they can make you feel happy, fight anaemia, suppress hunger pangs, improve your sports performance, boost vitamin C, lower blood pressure, and improve digestion and cardiovascular health. Those bananas about dessert in Singapore will be climbing up to Banana Tree’s Chinatown roost to indulge in sweet-toothed delicacies and a playful atmosphere that is quintessentially Korean down Keong Saik Road (Banana Tree is a Korean dessert restaurant chain). And, forget plates… we’re talking slates, flower pots and mason jars. Sweet!
Good bingsoo at reasonable prices. New menu with more desserts is rather interesting. Pot bingsoo is highly recommended. Owner's efforts can be seen through the versatile atmosphere. Whether it is in the day or night, ambience is equally good for couples with cute deco all around.
I went a few times and make different ordered.Yesterday I have order Matcha come with cotton candy it is too sweet hope they can improve.Overall,their dessert is good for photo taking and chill with friends.
nice place for a coffee and beautify ambience. I will come back again.
Oreo Bombs served in a frying pan, painted flower pots filled with Haagen-Dazs and bananas (and a marigold, naturally), tubs of iced som som latte topped with pink candy floss. Welcome to the sweet, weird and wacky world of Banana Tree, a successful Korean chain of dessert restaurants that is set to take Singapore – softly softly – by storm. Storm in a teacup this will not be, however, with crowds flocking to Chinatown and Keong Saik Road for a pink and flossy good time with friends and coffee.
When we talk about gorgeously plated desserts once we’ve planted ourselves beneath Banana Tree’s fronds (this Chinatown dessert restaurant’s light and airy premises are actually exposed to the sky thanks to the clever white-washed walls and skylight arrangement), we’re not actually talking plates. We’re talking slates, yes, and flower pots and mason jars and frying pans. If it were a bar it would be the kind of place where you could order a single plum floating in perfume served in a man's hat, but luckily this sweetheart of a Singapore eatery caters to much more breezy predilections. Book for bliss at Banana Tree.