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Went to Hoodadak a few days ago and ordered their seafood jjampong ($17)!πŸ˜‡ Overall ratings 6/10! The soup was good but there's quite a lot of vegetables, overpowering the dish a littleπŸ˜… They had free sides as well and portions are huge)! Would probably visit again and try other menu items insteadπŸ˜…

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Make @planadessert your Plan A place for desserts!

Here at Plan A Dessert Cafe, they specialise in Snow Ice / Korean Bingsu, made from 100% meji fresh milk!

Their bingsu comes in petite, small and large sizes, and in many different flavours! Featured here is the Mango Yuzu (Large size; $17.90).

This bingsu had very fine and smooth ice milk shavings, with fresh mango cubes! Loved the citrusy yuzu twist to the typical mango bingsu! This also comes topped with roasted almond flakes and light whipped cream. There is also surprise in the bingsu, as it comes with dried cranberries and even CORNFLAKES!

Bookmark this place for your next dessert spot! Best spot for gathering with friends and loved ones too!

Check them out at The Star Vista, #02-27A, Singapore 138617

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Even tho the ice has grape juice and is absolutely aromatic, the green grapes were sour and thus overall it's not the best option

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Nice chunks of ckn, sauce was quite sweet though and somewhat spicy. Even tho the dish is well executed, it does get abit much from the thick sweet sauce, best to share between 3

Comes w a mini steamed egg

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Mao Shan Wang (Durian) Bingsu (S$11.90/ small)

A small Korean cafe hidden inside which seats about 18 pax. Very fine very milky with bits of durian on top.

Han Bing Cafe

I liked that you can taste the cheese, but at the same time it doesn't overpower the wings! Wings were much juicier than the drumlets, and overall a nice pairing!

Felt that the mentaiko flavour wasn't as prominent - it was more like mayo. The fire torching was such a good show though.

Enjoyed this especially in the hot weather, and I loved how the noodles were so springy and chewy!!! Kinda addictive because it was cold and spicy, almost like whetting up your appetite as you eat. Kimchi flavour was strong and the use of seaweed and sesame seeds were a great addition!

Looking for a place with good vibes to gather with friends, or want to enjoy Korean food starting from $9.90? You can check out @seoulgoodsg at Punggol Container Park, which has pretty great vibes esp at night!

Spicy Seafood Kimchi Carbonara ($17.90+)
Surprisingly not as spicy as expected. This was creamy, but Kimchi flavour was not as strong here compared to their Naengmyeon. They're really generous w the seafood tho!

This creamy rendition of kimchi carbonara ($17.90) is good for sharing given its large portion. For those who can’t take seafood, they also serve a chicken variation of this!

The refreshing cold noodles came in a generous portion. You can choose to add on smoked duck (+$1) and abalone (+$4). We also tried the Special Flaming Scallop ($21.90) that while presentation looks good, was rather underwhelming tastewise πŸ”₯

Located at Punggol East Container Park, this affordable eatery serves Korean fried chicken that comes with an optional add on of cheese πŸ§€