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Patbingsoo Korean Dining House: Hop On The Korean Train And Get A Taste Of Both The Sweet And Savoury

Experience Myeongdong Night Market And Go On A Korean Food Adventure!

Ever since Hallyu hit our shores, the Korean trend has been on a rise and Singaporeans seem to love everything Korean these days. And what more do Singaporeans love more than food? With that being said, Patbingsoo Korean Dining House is the perfect spot for you to get your Kim-chi fix. With 4 outlets conveniently located around Singapore, it’s an ease to travel down to any one outlet for a heartwarming Korean feast. I assure you will leave a happy customer, with a contented food baby!

Far From Just A Korean Dessert Spot

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Many often mistake Patbingsoo Korean Dining House as a dessert stop that only serves BingSu; a popular Korean shaved ice dessert. Besides their BingSu, Patbingsoo Korean Dining House have a lot more to offer. With their large variety of hearty authentic Korean dishes. Although many Korean diners have sprouted all over the island, Patbingsoo Korean Dining House is highly distinguishable from its friendly competitors. From it’s chic interior, to it’s vibrant murals, customers can experience a Myeongdong Night Market like atmosphere.

We had the honor to try out their best selling dishes, so get ready for a mouth watering read!

Fried Samgyeobsal – Food-gasm Level 1000

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Photo: Singapore Foodie

Thinly sliced deep fried pork belly served with a side honey mustard sauce provides the right balance between sweet and savoury. This dish is every pork lovers dream come true, making you feel like you’re in heaven. With the perfect amount of batter coating the thinly sliced Fried Samgyeobsal ($7.90++), the crispiness of the pork belly is well-retained. Despite being extremely yummy on its own, pairing it along with the honey mustard sauce gives it just a slight tinge of tanginess to the overall dish. 10 across the boards!

Patbingsoo Style Popcorn Chicken (Honey Garlic/Spicy) – Crispy & Chewy All In The Same Dish

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With 2 flavours to choose from, the Patbingsoo Style Popcorn Chicken ($6.90++) incorporated with Fried Tteokbokki (Korean Rice Cake) is a dish that you can’t go wrong with. In addition to their Honey Garlic flavor which is child friendly, they also offer Spicy flavored Popcorn Chicken for all of you spicy food lovers. With no doubt, the star of this appetizer was the Fried Tteokbokki. Slightly crunchy on the outside yet chewy on the inside, paired with crispy popcorn chicken, this quick bite is perfect for sharing among family and friends!

Psst! There is an ongoing promotion for the Patbingsoo Style Popcorn Chicken. Get 1 Free Popcorn Chicken + 2 soft drinks (worth $12.90) with any Jjigae purchased!

Patbingsoo Bulgogi Wrap Set (Pork/Beef) – Everything Good, Minus The Mess

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Photo: Singapore Foodie

If messy foods like Ssam (Korean Rice Wraps) is too much of a hassle, the Patbingsoo Bulgogi Wrap Set ($11.90++) served here is the perfect alternative. Usually, Ssam can be a rather troublesome dish to eat. However, what’s so good about the Patbingsoo Bulgogi Wrap Set is that it is served to you all laid out. Prepared with lightly-spiced Kim-chi, coupled with juicy pork/beef slices placed on fresh lettuce wraps, you simply have roll the lettuce up with your chopsticks and eat it Ssam-style – minus the mess!

Rolling Cheese Chicken Wings (Honey Garlic/Spicy) – Can’t Go Wrong With Cheeeeeeese

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Food porn much?! Served on a bed of fries, this Rolling Cheese Chicken Wings ($19.90++) set comes with tender-licious your choice of Honey Garlic or Spicy Chicken topped with a thick blanket of melted cheese. The star of the show for this dish is definitely the premium Raclette cheese melted to perfection. Poured right at your table when the dish is served, you’d better prepare some napkins to wipe off that drool!

Bibimbap (Pork/Beef) – A Korean All-Time Classic

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Bibimbap (($11.50++) is unquestionably one of the top few dishes we would think of when mention Korean cuisine. It is an all-time Korean classic that can be found at almost any Korean restaurant. However, how many Bibimbap can you find in Singapore that gives the real Korean flavor? This staple Korean mixed rice served in hot stone bowl served at Patbingsoo Korean Dining House will definitely remind our Korean friends of home. Authenticity at it’s best!

Bean Paste Ramyeon – Comfort Food, All Day, Every Day

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The perfect comfort food, nothing beats a hot bowl of Ramyeon. Patbingsoo’s Bean Paste Ramyeon ($13.90++) is served with an assortment of fresh ingredients that go perfectly with the flavorsome broth. The different textures of the tofu, enoki mushrooms, mandu and pork/beef belly in Patbingsoo’s Bean Paste Ramyeon creates the ideal bowl of Ramyeon for everyone! They have 2 other Ramyeon options in their menu, both soup and dry, and I promise they will make your heart warm and tummy full.

Budae Jjigae – Just, Shiok!

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Jjigae (Korean Army Stew) seems to be one of the most trendy Korean dishes to be enjoyed among family and friends these days. Patbingsoo’s Budae Jjigae ($35.90++) is one of their most vibrant dishes; both presentation and taste wise. Filled with 11 different ingredients, Patbingsoo’s Special Spicy Sauce is what makes the dish an intensely flavorful pot of goodness! With a total of 6 different Jjigaes on the menu, the possibilities are endless.

Sinsa Patbingsoo – Feed The Gram, Before You Feed Yourself

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Photo: Singapore Foodie

Calling all Instagram whores! Here is the signature Sinsa Patbingsoo ($15.90++). Have you ever seen a bowl, made out of a Rock Melon husk? Neither have I. Named after an actual subway station in Seoul, this Insta-worthy dessert is filled with creamy shaved ice and vanilla ice cream amongst other toppings such as Red Bean, Corn Flakes and Nata De Coco to add some fun texture. Every mouthful comprises of a burst of surprising flavors as each scoop reaches for different toppings. Remember to be quick when taking shots for your Instagram story before you BingSu melts away!

Patbingsoo Korean Dining House

Besides these 8 mouth watering dishes, Patbingsoo Korean Dining House has a huge array of other Korean dishes made with a modern twist. Try it out for yourself at any one of their 4 outlets, and I promise you that your visit will be Seoul good!

Details:
Address & Contact Number:

Plaza Singapura #B2-47 – Tel: 9181 3038

Jurong Point JP2 #03-56 – Tel: 9169 5817

Northpoint City #B1-181 – Tel: 9169 5835

VivoCity #B2-27 – Tel: 9187 0372

Operating Hours: 

Mon – Sun: 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Links: Website | Instagram | Facebook 

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