Opening Hours
Mon - Thu
12:00 - 00:00
Fri - Sat
12:00 - 01:00
12:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Green Tea Snow Ice Mango Snow Ice Cheese Topokki Korean Honey Fried Chicken Seafood Ramyeon Blueberry Smoothie
Review (3)
Level1 2016-08-26
Went to try Hanbing's musang king bingsu today.... Other bingsu are RM24 while their signature bingsu- musang king is more expensive (Rm33) Definitely the best bingsu i had so far but i think that it wasn't really worth the price. +service charge 10% and Gst 6% become rm38 for one bingsu continue reading
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All my friends were spamming my Instagram wall with Hanbing Korean Dessert Cafe and it really attracted me to give it a try especially their Blueberry Cheese Snow Ice. My sister and I went there for late lunch. Hanbing Korean Dessert Cafe is located same row with Dip N Dip, Bangsar. They are popular for their Korean Dessert but they do serve food & beverages in their menu. They are also having an special set menu that is valid from 12pm-8pm. We were welcomed by the staff once entered the cafe and we choose our own place to be seated. Once seated they serve an us with a glass of drink (I think it’s a kind of Korean Drink) The ambiance of the cafe was good with nice lightings and comfortable. A couple of people occupied the cafe when we arrived at 4pm but it was started filling up quickly later on. After going though the menu, we ordered Set C. Good to drink while waiting for the foods. Korean Tea of the Day was delicious and we liked it. Set C includes of Korean Spicy Chicken, Cheese Topokki, Korean Tea Of the Day and Blueberry Cheese Snow Ice. Set C @ RM 32.80Cheese Topokki was okay for us.Tender and Juicy fried chicken topped with spicy sauce. Sauce was not a good combination for the chicken and it does not get along well yet the fried chicken was good. Blueberry Cheese Snow Ice was yummy. We loved it. It just melt in our mouth. Cheese + Blueberry is always a wining combination and it my favorite too but the portion was rather small for us.It was an okay lunch for us. Foods are good but not something to "WOW" about except the desserts and the portions are rather small even an Ala-Cate foods from what I observed. It is consider pricey compare to my normal Korean Restaurant. Would I drop by again? Maybe for the desert but I still have to think twice as a bowl of desert can cost me RM 30++ with Service Charge + GST. If a group of 3 person dine-in be ready to pay around RM 90-RM 100 when everyone orders each bowls of dessert for themselves. Service Charge: 10% GST: 6%Hanbing Korean Dessert Cafe 33, Jalan Telawi 3 Bangsar 59100 Kuala Lumpur Tel: 03- 2202 0238 continue reading
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Level3 2016-01-04
After a late lunch, we decided to pop by here for dessert whil waiting for the rest to arrive. For a late Sunday afternoon, the place was not crowded. The place is decorated in a modern wooden look. It sells korean style desserts, snacks and drinks.Service was not bad as each of us was served iced water after ordering. Service was fast and smooth. The cafe also had free wifi. Just remember to ask the staff for password.Mango Snow Ice (RM24++)Snowy soft milky shaved ice with fresh mango chunks and premium ice cream toppingsThe shaved ice was very smooth and melted very fast too. It tasted quite milky. The mango chunks were sweet and juicy.Black Sesame Bomb (RM17++)Korean baguette with glutinous rice roasted black sesame power and almond flakes.Wished the the baguette had been toasted to give it a slight crispy crust. The baguette was soaked in honey which tasted sweet and soft. The glutinous rice was soft and chewy.Green Tea Latte Hot (RM11++)The drink tasted nice and rich but a bit powdery.Jujube Tea Hot (RM9++)The drink tasted sweet and flavourful but would prefer it to be richer in taste.Overall the desserts were not bad here but the prices seem a bit too much on the high side. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)