Yummy Korean-Taiwanese Bingsu From $4.90 At Tampines Kopitiam
The fusion treats combine milky Taiwanese shaved ice sheets with Korean & local flavours.
The kopitiam at Tampines Blk 929 gets a buzzy new offering in the form of 929 Desserts & Bites, which serves a fusion version of the Korean shaved ice dessert, bingsu. At the same coffeeshop, you’ll also find hipster nasi lemak stall Ah Lemak and Mr. Wong Seremban Beef Noodles, the popular Hainanese stall formerly from Marine Parade Food Centre. But back to 929 Desserts & Bites — it’s helmed by the sunny Pauline Chia, 53, and her sister Adeline Tan, 56. Their modern bingsu have attracted a small but loyal following since the stall opened at the end of August.
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