Enjoy the best of both worlds at Patbingsoo Korean Dining House, where food lovers can relish in both trendy Korean street food and delightful bingsu at a convenient location-Plaza Singapura.
No more jostling along busy streets! At Patbingsoo Korean Dining House, food will be served directly to your table and one can savour the swanky dishes in comfort.
You got to be crazy to say no to the Rolling Cheese Pork Ribs ($38.90). Served in traditional Korean iron-cast pan with several accompaniments, this signature dish is a feast to the eyes and taste buds. Key elements of this innovative creation include succulent and tender spicy gochujang pork ribs, rolled in melted mozzarella-cheddar premium cheese. Meaty, mouth-watering pork and stringy cheese? Ambrosial!
On the side, there’s fries, as well as crunchy cabbage, sweet corn in cream and sweet chopped pineapple. Rolling Cheese Pork Ribs are available in non-spicy version as well. Portion is large, hence I’d recommend sharing among 3 or more diners. For a party of 2, this could be a meal in itself.
Another item that you should not miss is the Dynamite Spam ($11.90), where sizzling spam is presented with Korean rice balls, and heighted with a drizzle of sultry gochujang mayonnaise sauce.
The House Special Ramyeon ($11.90) is comfort food at its best and will please most palates.
Additive quick bites include Spicy Chicken Wings ($11.90) and Honey Garlic Chicken Wings ($11.90), which may look unassuming, but carried tons of satisfaction in its wake. As much as I try to be conscious, it’s always difficult to resist crispy pork belly. The Fried Samgyeopsal ($6.90) served with tangy honey mustard sauce is calorie-laden and decadent but hey, YOLO!
Whilst our stomachs were satisfied by the main courses and quick bites, there was no way one could reject Korean Dining House extensive range of shaved ice dessert. Peeps who like alcohol in their desserts will fancy the Incheon Bingsoo ($11.90) which comprises of Tiramisu coffee, rum and topped with a scoop of coffee ice cream.
Alternative, if you prefer something refreshing and zesty, go for the Yongsan Bingsoo ($10.90). The citrusy Instagramable darling is embellished with slices of orange fruit, vanilla ice cream and finished with a drizzle of orange marmalade.
I’m a fan of red bean hence fell hard for the Hoegi Patbingsoo ($10.90). Adorned with fruits, jelly, red bean and red bean ice cream, this creation is sheer happiness. A dessert worth pining for!
In addition to the comprehensive range of Korean street food and Bingsoos, Patbingsoo Korean Dining house also offers a variety of makkoli, yoghurt soju and smoothies.
To cater for busy bees and diners on the go, selected items are available for takeaway.
One can expect quality and high standards from Patbingsoo Korean Dining House, as its afterall, launched by the same team who successfully brought Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ Restaurant to Singapore. As the outfit is rather small with only 52 seats, I recommend making a reservation or arriving earlier to beat the crowd.
Many thanks to Bless Inc Asia and Patbingoo Korean Dining House for the invite.