Taking diners on a food adventure, from sweet and all the way back to savoury, diners can look forward to an extensive range of bingsoo of all colours and flavours, perfect for any occasion and mood. The savoury offerings are inspired by the founders’ extensive journeys through the food streets of Seoul, and attentively crafted to appeal to the local palate. Guests will be in for a visual treat and a unique taste journey, all set in a fun and casual ambience.
House Special Ramyeon
For those in search of a hearty meal, look no further than the House Special Ramyeon and the Seafood Sundubu Pasta served with squid and deep-fried tofu.
We tried Kimchi Ramyeon and Luncheon Meat Ramyeon, both are equally good! Such a comforting food for belly.
It’s fried pork belly.. So crispy and tasty. At first i am hesitate to try it because i am not really a pork belly fan, but after i tried it, i can’t stop eating it.
Chicken Wings in both Spicy and Honey Garlic
Price: $11.90 each
What the meaning of Korean Restaurant without their Korean Fried Chicken Wings. I would prefer Spicy flavour anytime, but Honey Garlic is really not bad too.. You should try both, or you can have this with rolling cheese as well.
Cheese lovers’ delight – Rolling Cheese Pork Ribs
A new signature innovation, the Rolling Cheese Pork Ribs, is guaranteed to tickle the fancy of meat and cheese lovers. Presented in a traditional Korean iron-cast pan, succulent thick pork ribs are accompanied with a combination of premium mozzarella and cheddar cheese. Atop an induction cooker, the cheese mixture is melted using a one-of-a-kind ‘slapping’ technique – exclusive to Patbingsoo Korean Dining House – that ensures a stringy texture, which is then rolled around each individual pork rib. Offered in two renditions, the dish is served with the highly recommended spicy gochujang sauce or a non-spicy version, with sides of fries and crunchy cabbage, as well as sweet corn in cream and chopped pineapple for a burst of sweetness.
This is a must try menu when u make a visit to Patbingsoo Dining House.. The melting cheese are very rich, 1 piece is never enough.
Rolling cheese is also available in smaller portion.
The Dynamic Spam is a perfect indulgence presented before guests at the table, served covered in a special gochujang and mayonnaise sauce, lightly scorched to a sizzle, and topped with chopped onion, with a side of Korean rice balls. Indulge in a match made in heaven – the crispy Fried Samyeobsal, served alongside a tangy honey mustard sauce, and a round of soju or makgeolli, a traditional Korean rice wine.
The riceball itself is very tasty and addictive. It’s another worth try dishes from Patbingsoo.
Patbingsoo Beef and Chips
You can have this while having your soju or makkoli. The servings is very generous.
- Blue Hawaii Makkoli – $11.90
- Grape Yoghurt Soju – $11.90
- Lychee Yoghurt Soju – $11.90
- Passion Fruit Yoghurt Soju – $11.90
- Mango Yoghurt Soju – $11.90
It’s slighty different than common fruit soju, so they combine it with fruit yogurt. My personal favourite is the Lychee Yogurt.
Strawberry slices, cheese cake, berry cheese sauce and vanilla ice cream. It’s a strawberry cheesecake concept bingsoo. Couldn’t really taste the cheese but it’s full of berry and the shaved ice is soft and creamy. And the look.. really instagram worthy!
Patbingsoo Korean Dining House opened its doors to the public since 28 December 2016.
Patbingsoo Korean Dining House
Plaza Singapura B2-47, 68 Orchard Road – Singapore
Tel: 9181 3038
Opening Hours: Sun – Thu 11.30am – 10.00pm, Fri – Sat 11.30am – 10.30pm