So we had a meetup recently and went to try out this new Korean dessert place named Banana Tree located along Keong Saik Road. Apparently it’s quite a popular chain from South Korea which I’ve never heard of till Susy suggested we try this. Location is quite near the train station so kudos for accessibility!
We ordered the signature Flower Paap (SGD 6.50) in both strawberry and banana flavours, as well as their famous Som Som latte with candy floss toppings (SGD 6.50). I had the iced mocha, which leaned more towards coffee than chocolate, which I didn’t really like :(
The Flower Paap is something like flavoured tiramisu cream in a pot. Very hard to explain the texture but it tastes surprisingly quite good. The pot is a little small though… we finished it barely in a blink of an eye.
Their spoons are shaped like spades.. super cute!
Was in the area again the other day and decided to pop by for some korean Bingsoo while waiting for the Korean BBQ place to call us when they have an available seating.
The Pot BingSoo (SGD12.50) comes in a generous serving and is good for sharing between 2-3 pax. Bingsoo is basically like a Korean version of Singapore’s Ice Kachang, but a very very overpriced one. It has shaved ice, ice cream and some toppings like red bean and peanut powder. It’s a little pricey but I kinda like the flavour, but probably wouldn’t pay for it again.
26 Keong Saik Road
Monday to Thursday 9am – 7pm
Friday & Saturday 10am – 8pm
Sundays 11am – 5pm