There is litany of Korean restaurants in Singapore, and the standard is broadly brilliant. From marinated and barbecued meats on the table in front of you, through spicy fried chicken to sour kimchi and an warming bowls of bibimbap, there is never a lack of options if you’re looking for Seoul food, but there is one category that can sometimes go underrepresented. Once you’ve finished the banyan and the bulgogi, supped all the soju and crammed all the kimchi into your gaping gob, you’re going to need something sweet to top the night off: that’s where NunSongYee come into their own. They’re experts in bingsu, the shaved ice and red bean paste delicacy so beloved of the sweet toothed Korean. They top their bingsu with everything from injeolmi and fresh fruits to Oreos and cheesecake, so whether your taste lies below of the 49th Parallel or elsewhere in this big wide world, you’ll be sure to find something when you arrive at NunSongYee on Yuk Tong Avenue in Bukit Timah. Book a table now.