Korean barbecue restaurant are known all over Singapore, as are Korean fried chicken joints and plenty of other places to get bibimbap, kimchi and the like. What is harder to find, however, are Korean dessert cafes, but in Thomson, there is one place doing something to change that. NunSongYee Korean Bingsu Cafe on Upper Thomson Road brings the best in desserts to the area around Marymount MTR station, with a menu packed with sweet treats for the whole family to enjoy. That means bingsu dishes done with chocolate, cheesecake and oreos alongside the tradition pat (shaved red bean paste); toast dishes with cinnamon, garlic and cheese, honey butter and more, as well as Korean-style spicy rice cakes. Take yourself over to Upper Thomson Road in the north of Singapore for a taste of Korea, sweet and sugar style. Book a table now.
Bingsoo is always good! The milky snowflakes went so well with the fragrant and chewy injeolmi (: Special mention goes to the garlic cheese injeolmi toast as well!!
The bingsu was alright, not fantastic. Ordered the mango bingsu. It is slightly expensive at over $20, but it is big enough to share with a group of 4.