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15 Best Korean Desserts in Singapore

15 Best Korean Desserts in Singapore

Korean desserts have been all the rage recently, with everyone flocking to try bingsu – but that's not all there is! We've got your cravings covered with creamy soft serve, fluffy cakes, potted puddings and more. This list will definitely come in handy for satisfying your unyielding sweet tooth!
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Nunsaram (which means 'snowman' in Korean) is one of the latest in the wave of Korean dessert cafés that have sprouted in the past few months. Specialising in bingsu, the café serves the common flavours you can expect such as injeolmi (Korean rice cake), strawberry and black sesame. The Green Tea Bingsu ($13.90) with a dollop of red beans and matcha ice cream is an easy choice, and so is the Mango Bingsu ($15.90) with sweet cubes of mango and ice cream with bits of sticky dried mango. Do give the Purple Sweet Potato ($14.90) a try if you're in the mood for somethin' more earthy and purple!


Combining a Korean café with an art space and "Elegani" (a Korean beauty box/vanity table concept), Café Insadong serves a variety of bingsus as well as sweet and savoury toasts. Prices range from $8.50 to $9.50 for the bingsus, making theirs one of the more affordable options around. Notably, they are one of the few bingsu joints in Singapore that offers sweet potato as a topping, and you won't know if its colour would be yellow or purple, since the colour will only be revealed after the skin is peeled off! Have the Red Bean and Sweet Potato Bingsu ($9) or the Nutella Toast with Ice Cream ($6) for something more substantial.


Opened by the same people behind Honeycomb and Stateland Café, Chick and Ken specialises in Korean fried chicken and bingsu. They offer a variety of flavours for their bingsus, ranging from the Classic Injeolmi ($12.90) and Matcha ($13.90), to more unusual ones like Chocolate or Watermelon & Berries (both $13.90). Go for their Thai-inspired Cha-Yen Bingsu ($12.90) with Thai tea glace, homemade red rubies, honeyed corn flakes and Thai tea gelée.

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