If you fancy Korean desserts, Hanbing Korean Dessert Cafe is the place you should check out today.
Hanbing Korean Dessert Cafe originates from Hong Kong and is a cafe which serves Korean delicacies and desserts. Hanbing’s signature dessert is the snow ice desserts. What’s special about Hanbing’s snow ice desserts is that, they are made from fresh and organic ingredients.
Hanbing Korean Dessert Cafe snow ice desserts series includes:-
- Injeolmi (or Korean rice cake, made using glutinous rice flour) snow ice
- Injeolmi Red Bean Snow Ice
- Oreo Snow Ice
- Blueberry Cheese Snow Ice
- Mango Snow Ice and
- Green Tea Snow Ice.
There are huge posters hanging around the cafe and the Blueberry Cheese Snow Ice @ RM26.00 and the Green Tea Snow Ice @ RM24.00 appeals to us the most. My first impression is that Hanbing’s snow ice are milky, soft and it melts immediately upon reaching my mouth. The chunky cheese cakes, blueberry and premium ice cream brings a whole new dimension to the snow ice desserts. Comparing both the blueberry cheese snow ice and green tea snow ice, the former is sweetish and sourish in taste whereas the latter is light and had a refreshing taste of green tea. The green tea snow ice melts too quickly as the red beans were warm.
Topokki is a popular Korean snack food made from soft rice cake, fish cakes and sweet red chili sauce. What we had here was the Cheese Topokki @ RM26. The cheese topokki here may look very spicy, but it is actually mildly spiced. The chewy topokki is served with noodles with kim mari seaweed rolls.
Korean snacks are also available here. We had the Korean Spicy Fried Chicken for RM17.00. Again, it wasn’t spicy at all. I find the toppings / sides / whatever you call them – almonds, onions and etc are quite redundant. The fried chicken is good enough.
A cafe isn’t complete without coffee on the menu. This is the Hot Caramel Machiato @ RM11.00 and the Hot Chocolate Latte @ RM11.00. The caramel macchiato was quite good. Sweet and very aromatic is how I would describe it. The hot chocolate latte on the other hand, could use more chocolate.
The Cheese Garlic Bomb @ RM17 is called the bomb for a reason. The combination of the light and fluffy bread filled with creamy garlic filling and topped with melted cheese are simply divine. Love this cheese garlic bomb even though it is quite pricey.
Crispy dumplings @ RM11.00, who wouldn’t like this. Crispy and packed with lots of flavourful fillings, a decent snack to be shared with family and friends.
Hanbing Korean Dessert Cafe is strategically located in the middle of Bangsar, just a stone’s throw away from Bangsar Shopping Center. It is located just next to Hong Leong Bank in Bangsar.
This is a great place for you to catch up with your friends for coffee and dessert.
Hanbing Korean Dessert Cafe (next to Hong Leong Bank)
33 Jalan Telawi 3
Bangsar, 59100 KL
Tel: 03-2202 0238
Business hours: Mon-Thurs (12pm-12am), Fri-Sat (12pm-1am), Sun (12pm-12am)
Website: Hanbing Malaysia
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