Casual diner along Tanjong Katong Road offering the best of Penang and Korean Bingsu (shaved ice dessert) – probably the first of its kind in Singapore. Apart from the fusion Chendol Bingsu ($6.90), a fluffy Korean bingsu version on the Penang classic dessert featuring shaved frozen coconut milk and homemade gula Melaka, Penang Bagus specializes in its respective cuisines. Expect a hearty $6 selection of authentic Penang fare in Assam Laksa, Char Kway Teow, Penang Prawn Mee and Herbal Bah Kut Teh along with trendy Korean bingsu, Korean toasts, gelato ice cream and Italian coffee, including Injeolmi Toast, Pat Bingsu ($8.90), and even Durian Bingsu ($13.90) served with D24 durian ice cream, pulp and puree.
Look out for reproductions of familiar street art and wall murals on the walls of the restaurant, like the famous “Little Children on a Bicycle”, from Armenian Street, Penang.
*as of August 2017