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This New Cafe Has Green Tea Bingsu And Affordable Korean Food

31st January 2023
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Gangnam Cafe has Green Tea Bingsu and more in Bukit Timah

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Fans of Korean food, here’s another place to check out: Gangnam Cafe, a newly opened Korean dessert cafe near King Albert Park. They offer a tasty variety of bingsu, desserts, drinks, and classic Korean snacks such as gimbap and tteokbokki. 

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The cafe sports a clean and minimalist interior, and is said to be a hit among Korean customers. 

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Gangnam Cafe

Their Mango bingsu ($15.90), with its generous pile of milky shaved ice, chunks of fresh mango, whipped cream, and mango ice cream, comes highly recommended. You can get a larger version of this dessert for $18.90, and you can add various toppings too. These toppings include Cheese Cake ($4), Red Bean ($2), Almond ($2), and 1 Scoop of Ice Cream ($2)

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Another popular pick is the Injeolmi bingsu ($12.90). For the uninitiated, injeolmi is essentially Korean rice cakes dusted in sweet and nutty soybean powder. In a bowl, you’ll find mini rice cakes, sliced almonds, and soybean powder atop a mound of shaved ice. To enhance the milkiness and sweetness of the dessert, a side of condensed milk is served to be poured over too. 

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Other equally delicious flavours include Green Tea (13.90), Oreo ($12.90), Strawberry ($15.90), Choco Banana ($14.90), and Milo ($12.90), which is a local spin on the Korean dessert. 

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Otherwise, go for the Hotteok ($6), a fried sweet pancake that’s a common street food in Korea.

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Gangnam Cafe’s range of tteokbokki is also worth trying. Go for the Original Tteokbokki ($9.90) and pair it with some Dumplings ($3 for four pieces) and Seaweed Rolls ($3 for two pieces). Melted cheese can also be added at an additional $3. Alternatively, there’s also Bulgogi Tteokbokki ($13.90), Ramen Tteokbokki ($11.90), Spicy Cheese Tteokbokki ($12.90), and Original Tteokbokki With Cheese ($12.90)

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Don’t forget to try the gimbap too, as they’re stuffed with delicious fillings such as Crab Mayo ($13.90), Fried Shrimp ($13.90), Tuna Kimchi ($13.90), and Bulgogi ($13.90).

15 Best Korean Restaurants In Singapore For K-BBQ, Tteokbokki Buffets And More

If you’re on the lookout for more Korean food, check out our guide to the best Korean restaurants in Singapore. For a Muslim-friendly option, check out Meokja by JUNGGA, a Muslim-owned Korean restaurant in Dhoby Ghaut with jajangmyeon, tangsuyuk and more! 

Address: 896 Dunearn Road, #01-07, Link@896 Sime Darby Centre, Singapore 589472
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10:30am to 9pm, Sun 10:30am to 7:30pm
Tel: 8533 5895
Website
Gangnam Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery

Meokja by JUNGGA Review: Muslim-Friendly Korean Restaurant In Dhoby Ghaut With Mains Below $10

Feature image adapted from MARIE LEE.

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