Korean cafes are a hit in the Singapore market. With lots of Korean BBQ, Korean pop, and fried chicken, many Singaporeans are definitely enjoying the Korean dishes.

A Korean café sells Korean dessert dishes such as Bingsu shaved ice, Korean style coffee, sweet potato Latte, and toasts. Given the many Korean cafes in Singapore, you may have a hard time choosing which one best suits your needs. The best Korean cafes should fit your budget, offer the best Korean dishes, and provide quality service. Read on to check out our top picks of the best Korean cafes in Singapore.

1. Ice Lab Café

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Ice Lab is a popular Korean café in Singapore. It has a variety of Korean delicacies on its menu with six varieties of Bingsu, which come in two sizes. The small which sells between $15-$19.30 and the large which sells at $4. You can also delight in churros at $4.30, which has six different sauce dips selling at $1.20 and includes the white choc, cream cheese, blueberry jam caramel, and honey flavour.

At Ice Lab, the ambience is relaxed and hipster. With a team of professional and well-dressed staff, you enjoy quality service at the café.

Highlights:

  • It offers a variety of pf Korean delicacies.
  • The staff is quick and attentive.
  • Their prices are affordable.
Address164 Rochor Rd, Bugis Village, Singapore 188439
Contact+65 6977 9665
Operating HoursSun – Thur, 11.00AM -11.00PM |Fri – Sat, 11.00AM – 1.00PM
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2. Kong Café

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Kong Café offers you a spacious, quiet, and serene environment to chill and enjoy your coffee. At the café, you want freshly served foods that are tasty and well prepared.

The menu consists of bulgogi, baked lemon ricotta cakes, and brownies, sticky and spicy. You also enjoy in-house cured bacon and falafel. Other Korean delicacies on the menu that sell from $14 include Ramyuni, bulgogi rice, and a wide variety of pizza and cheese.

With a stunning 4.2 reviews out of 99 Google reviews, the café will undoubtedly meet your needs.

Highlights:

  • It offers a wide variety of Korean delicacies.
  • The café is spacious and provides a natural ambience.
  • Their meals are affordable.
Address896 Dunearn Rd #01-11, Singapore 589472, Singapore
Contact +65 6900 3562 | [email protected]
Operating HoursMon – Fri, 8.30AM – 7.30PM| Sat & Sun, 9.00AM – 7.30PM
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3. Bingki Korean Dessert

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Bingki Korean desserts serve clients sweet treats and bingsu at the Tanjong Pagar Plaza. You get to enjoy 10 different types of bingsu, including daBang Coffer, peach, mango, melon, papaya, watermelon, and red bean.

Besides, you can relish in the Green Tea Bingsu which sells at $14 with a scoop of ice cream that has a bear or monkey’s decoration. It also has random ingredients, which include kit-kat and panda cookies, and red beans.

Highlights:

  • It offers a variety of bingsu varieties.
  • The café has friendly and professional staff.
  • It offers competitive rates
Address7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza Singapore, Singapore 081007
Contact+65 8710 8739
Operating HoursOpen 24hours
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4. Sync Korean Fusion Bistro

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The Sync Korean Fusion Bistro provides an incredible home for a technological geek experience. With collaboration with Samsung, you get to enjoy Samsung gadgets around.

At the café, you’ll savour the Korean desserts and dishes in a western style. The Toppiki comes with fried, boiled eggs and fried bacon, hotteok pancake stuffed with a variety of nuts and cinnamon and nuts. It also has vanilla flavour ice cream and lava cake with Misugaru Korean grain.

With positive reviews on Google and Facebook, the café will no doubt satisfy your need.

Highlights:

  • It offers discounts on their desserts.
  • The café serves a variety of tasty desserts.
  • The prices are affordable.
Address3 Gateway Drive 03-01 Westgate Mall Singapore 608532
Contact +65 63699913 | [email protected]
Operating HoursMon – Sun, 11.00AM – 11PM
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5. Tom N Toms

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Tom N Toms is one of the biggest Korean café chains operating worldwide. It’s actually one of the Korean pioneer cafes in Singapore. They offer experience and expertise in meting out Korean delicacies in the market.

Their menu has Korean delicacies which include toast, pretzels bingsu, and pastries which has red bean and green tea flavours that sell at $11.90; Taro sells at $9.90, mango at $10.90, Milk Tea at $10.90 yogurt cheesecake at $12.90

Tom N Toms offers a serene environment with free Wi-Fi where you can sit with friends or business associates and discuss matters arising.

Highlights:

  • It provides a variety of Korean treats.
  • Their prices are competitive.
  • It has friendly and professional staff.
Address12 Gopeng Street #01-12 Icon Village Singapore 078877
Contact +65 6225 6313
Operating HoursMon – Thur, 8.00AM – 9.00PM | Fri & Sat, 8.00AM – 11.00PM | Sun, Closed
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6. Bing Go Gung

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Bing Go Gung has been in the Singapore market for long offering Korean delicacies. Having been around for years, it, therefore, offers experience and expertise in preparing Korean delicacies.

The café offers Ju Shin Jung Korean Charcoal BBQ. They also provide different bingsu, including red bean and milk at $11, Green Tea at $11, coffee at $11, injeolmi at $11, and Tomato at $11. Sandwiches, chewy waffles, and toast can accompany any of the delicacies.

With useful reviews on Facebook and Google, the café will no doubt satisfy your Korean delicacy appetite.

Highlights:

  • They offer a variety of Korean dishes.
  • It offers competitive prices.
  • The café provides a good ambience.
Address102 Guillemard Road #01-01 Singapore 399719 (Mountbatten MRT)
Contact +65 64405509
Operating HoursMon – Sun, 12.00PM – 11.00PM
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7. Nunsaram Korean Dessert Café

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Nunsaram Korean dessert café is a renowned café in Singapore that offers a variety of Korean delicacies. Conveniently located in town, the café provides you convenience in terms of accessibility.

The café sells Bingsu from $12.90 to $ 15.90. A scoop of ice cream and red beans sell at $1.50 and $2.50, respectively.  Other dishes in their menu include the Tteagkkochi, the Korean rice cakes on skewers served in different variations. You’ll also get the Honey, which sells at $4.50, cheese at $5.90, spicy at $4.90, and the Injeolmi Toast at $5.90. With their delicious and smooth bingsu, you should give the café a try.

Highlights:

  • Their prices are competitive.
  • They offer smooth and tasty bingsu.
  • It has a team of friendly and professional staff.
Address181 orchard rd #05-51/52 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896 (Somerset MRT)
Contact +65 9664 2574
Operating HoursMon – Sun, 11.00AM – 10.00PM
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8. Caffebene Singapore

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Caffebene Singapore offers a Korean menu at unbeatable prices in the market. It also serves local delicacies. At the café, you get to enjoy the shaved ice Bingsu at $13.90 – $20.90; Honey breast sells between $12 – $13.90, and waffles at $6.90 – 10.90. They also serve Tea, yoghurt smoothie, and Coffer at between $6.30 – $7.80

With a friendly and up-town ambience, you get to enjoy a mix of Korean and local dishes in a relaxed environment. Having great Google and Facebook reviews, the café will no doubt satisfy your need for Korean delicacy.

Highlights:

  • It offers a variety of Korean dishes.
  • The Korean cafe’s ambience is relaxed and uptown.
  • It has a team of professional and friendly staff.
AddressVivocity, 1 Harbourfront Walk #02-150 Singapore 098585 (between TCC and Sushi Tei)
Contact +65 66351778 | [email protected]
Operating HoursMon-Thurs: 10:00AM – 10:00PM | Fri-Sun, 09:00AM – 10:30PM
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9. Banana Tree

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The banana tree is a perfect Korean café offering a variety of Korean dishes at an affordable price. It has a natural ambience with natural light streaming down the open ceiling decorated with banana fruit’s beautiful painting. Decorations have phony flowers making the café setting perfect for Instagram photos.

Banana tree has a variety of Korean dishes on its menu. The flower paap goes at $6.50, the oreo bomb at $12, and the pot Bingsu at $12. The service at the Banana tree is quick and timely. With good reviews on Google and Facebook, the café will no doubt meet your expectations.

Highlights:

  • It offers a variety of Korean dishes.
  • Their prices are affordable.
  • The service is quick.
  • It has a team of friendly and professional staff.
Address26 Keong Saik Road Singapore 089133
Contact +65 6221 5020
Operating HoursTue – Sat, 1100AM – 9.00PM | Sun, 12.00PM – 7.00PM | Closed Mon
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10. Da bang

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Da bang is another Korean café worth your time. The café offers different kinds of Korean-inspired panini, the favourite Bingsu, Nacho cheese omelettes, and twist potato.

At Dabang, you enjoy the kimchi panini at $12, grilled corn at $12, flavoured milk at $6, strawberry Latte at $7, monster Bingsu at $25, and ice cube Latte at $9. With amazing positive reviews on Google and Facebook, the café will definitely satisfy your appetite.

Highlights:

  • It offers a variety of Korean dishes.
  • The café has a team of professional and friendly staff.
  • It provides discounts and offers.
Address52 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore 088473 (8-10 min walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT)
Contact +65 6221 2007 | [email protected]
Operating HoursMon – Sun, 7.30AM – 5.00PM
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With the above best Korean cafes in Singapore, visiting one for a lovely time out becomes more comfortable. If you have never tried the Korean menu, it’s essential to be aware of the ingredients used. Fresh and well-balanced ingredients give tasty and fresh foods to taste. You will enjoy well-prepared meals at the above-selected outlets.

You can also check out the outlets with affordable prices, a nice ambience, and a wide variety of Korean dishes for your selection. Other cafes have an infusion of Mexican, Korean and local dishes. With each offering something different, it will be worth your time. While trying out new Korean dishes or salads, always ensure the ingredients do not cause any allergic reactions. The sugar levels should also not exceed your daily sugar consumption. For cafes that offer fried chicken or beef toppings, ensure it’s flavoured to your taste.