Patbingsoo Korean Dining House (Northpoint City)

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Patbingsoo Korean Dining House is the first in Singapore to offer the broadest range of favourite Korean dessert, bingsoo (bingsu) in combination with modern Korean savoury and quick bites.

930 Yishun Avenue 2
#B1-181 Northpoint City
Singapore 769098

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11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

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๐Ÿš† Nearest MRT: Yishun
๐ŸดJamsil Patbingsoo ($9.90)
Patbingsoo is my favourite place to get bingsu, since they always had this promotion from 3-5pm where all bingsus were half-priced (so this was less than $5!) with the purchase of main dish!

The tteokbokki was nice and Gochujang sauce was sweet. Unfortunately there wasnโ€™t much taste of cheese as the name suggested, most of the time it felt like we were just eating the regular tteokbokki as we could only taste the Gochujang sauce mainly. Which was a little disappointing given that I expected a super cheesy dish (and I love cheese).

We visited on an early weekday evening and managed to get seats for two - it got quite busy during dinnertime though so you might want to come a little earlier to get seats.

Not too bad a bowl of ramen, the soup was super salty though, and the pieces of luncheon meat inside the soup made it a lot more saltier. Was tasty, but a little too salty for our liking.

We visited on an early weekday evening and managed to get a seat for two. It got quite busy towards dinner time.

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Came with coffee flavoured shaved ice, topped with coffee ice cream and cornflakes. They forgot to put the coffee jelly, but brought it in a bowl after we asked. Honestly it couldโ€™ve done without the jelly anyway, as it tasted nothing like coffee, and was slightly off-putting. Overall, I still enjoyed this one! It was sweet but I loved the prominent coffee flavour, I just wish they were more generous with the red bean.

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It came topped with a measly 5 pieces of two different cheesecakes (that we didnโ€™t even realise were different LOL), but a decent amount of strawberries. A liberal amount of strawberry sauce was drizzled atop, and within the layers of ice, but it likened an artificial strawberry syrup that added a sickly sweet element to the bingsoo. On the other hand, the other lighter strawberry condensed milk that we poured was delicious and much more enjoyable!

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Similar to the Japanese tempura, twi gim refers to batter-dipped deep-fried items like vegetables, meats and seafood.
This jjigae (stew) features different types of twi gim such as seafood (prawns and mussels), meat (chicken sausage), vegetables (shiitake mushroom), and rice cake.

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The stew is infused with tteokbokki soup base for an intense flavour.

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