Food – Korean


Snowman Desserts – Korean Bingsu with Softserve at NEX

Do you want to build a snowman? The inspiration of the name Snowman Desserts partly came from the movie Frozen. Of course it represented the very thing the Korean café was selling – Milk Snow Bingsu. Snowman Desserts shares the same space as Korean fried chicken restaurant Ssiksin Chicken and Korean BBQ place Daessiksin. (If you are lost, look out for Ministry of Food.) Shaved ice AFTER Korean BBQ or fried chicken makes an extremely good fit. Other than Milk Snow Bingsu ($11.50), there are other dessert snacks available for takeaway such as Hotteok ($3 pancake with seeds), JCone......

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Insadong Korea Town – Singapore’s Largest Korean Food Place At Resorts World Sentosa

Insadong Korea Town – Singapore’s Largest Korean Food Place At Resorts World Sentosa

Insadong in Singapore? Fans of Korean culture would be familiar with Insadong, a traditional neighbourhood where street stalls, art galleries, restaurants, teahouses and cafes line the streets. Imagine that right here. The Insadong Korea Town at Resort World Sentosa is probably Singapore’s largest Korean-style food place, a 6000 square...

December 24, 2014
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[Closed] Chef’s Noodle – Korean-Japanese Food by Celebrity Chef Is Kind Of Different

[Closed] Chef’s Noodle – Korean-Japanese Food by Celebrity Chef Is Kind Of Different

When the words “Korean-Japanese”, “noodles”, and “celebrity chef” combined, I knew I had to check out Chef’s Noodle somehow. This Korean-Japanese fusion cuisine which just arrived in Singapore, looks set to create some buzz. The menu is not the conventional Korean traditional restaurant style. The food is modernised by...

May 26, 2014
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