Oh good lord how else will I eat pat bing soo anywhere else But before the pretty bowl of ice kacang ala Korea comes, the main menu enters in.
I ordered the jajangmyeon, a very iconic instant noodle kind, the black sauce paste where all usual koreans call to deliver. This noodle is a reinvention from the lamien of the Chinese. Surprised however, was the portion! It was ridiculously tiny in a lasagna spaghetti place. So it was a short reverie of memory of how I missed jajangmyeon. Although not as sticky and authentic as the original one back there, this was the proper, more healthy version with lesser sauce (and less darker) topped with mushrooms. Push the
in and mix it away! It was a more or less less tastier than back in Seoul. Told ya it was the healthier version.
Now, the queen of ice, I was surprised by its huge amount and other weird toppings - i thought it was only red bean But anyhow, I managed to finish it by SHARING. It was that huge, the ice was topped in a big bowl with all sorts of toppings that are not identifiable as in your normal ice kacang, which is why its different if you were to order it from a kopitiam. It was finished off with an ice cream scoop and cherry.
But more or less, most people come here (like me and my friend here) because the artist has sat on the seat, or watching the Kpop concert streaming outside on their huge projector.
Spending per head: Approximately S$13Other Ratings: