Patbingsoo Brings Unique Korean Street Food to Singapore

Patbingsoo Korean Dining House brings unique Korean street food to Singapore, to help you get over your unforgettable holiday to Korea.

Update: February 6th, 1.49pm (GMT +8):

Patbingsoo Korean Dining House has clarified that they do not do deliveries. However, the restaurant does offer your favourite Korean street food and pat bingsoo for takeaways. We’d like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

From the team that successfully introduced Seorae Korean Dining House comes the new Patbingsoo Korean Dining House located at #B2-47 of Plaza Singapura, to help satisfy all your Korean street food cravings, both sweet and savoury.

Rolling cheese pork ribs at Patbingsoo Korean Dining House
Rolling cheese pork ribs / Photo: Patbingsoo Korean Dining House

The restaurant’s signature dish, rolling cheese pork ribs, is the best of both worlds: succulent pork ribs served with a generous amount of premium mozzarella and cheddar cheese fondue.

Here’s how you “assemble” the dish: pick up a piece of the ribs and dip it into the gooey melted cheese, or, as the name of the dish suggests, let the strings of melted cheese wrap around a piece of the pork, place into your mouth and enjoy.

Diners who prefer spicy food are recommended to order their signature rolling cheese pork ribs with a side of spicy gochujang sauce (a type of chilli jam).

Dynamic spam at Patbingsoo Korean Dining House
Dynamic spam / Photo: Patbingsoo Korean Dining House

Another highlight on the menu is Patbingsoo’s dynamic spam. Canned spam gets the ultimate facelift with a slather of lightly scorched gochujang and mayonnaise. To top it all off, the spicy dish also comes with a side of Korean rice balls.

No Korean street food lover’s experience will be complete without bingsoo. Like Seorae’s dessert menu, Patbingsoo also serves the fruity bibim patbingsoo and the cheesecake topped apgujeong bingsoo.

The bibim patbingsoo is a decadent dessert served with a variety of fruits and the concoction is topped with red beans, jelly, vanilla ice-cream, and strawberry sauce.

If you’re in the mood to indulge, and have got more room for a large dessert after the savoury dishes, order the sinsa patbingsoo. This bingsoo dessert. served in a bowl fashioned out of rock melon, is decadent as it is Instagram-worthy.

melon bingsoo-1
Photo: Burpple

Too busy to leave for lunch? Patbingsoo Korean Dining House provides an extensive selection from its menu for takeaway. Yes, this includes the bibim patbingsoo. How the dessert stays firm and not melt, we don’t know.

Like all trendy Korean eateries, Patbingsoo is casual dining with a tracklist of K-pop music that will hopefully help soothe the longing feelings you have towards your last trip to Korea.

To celebrate their launch, the restaurant is offering dine-in customers a dining voucher worth SG$10. Additionally, UOB cardholders will also receive a 30% discount on bingsoo orders – promo valid until January 31st. Terms and conditions apply.

Post made you hungry? Check out more menu offerings from Patbingsoo Korean Dining House available on their Facebook page

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