From Bingsoo to Bungeo-ppang (Taiyaki), Korean dessert cafes have unique sweets for you to try.
Here are 9 Korean dessert cafes you can find in Koreatowns all over the States and Canada.
1. Snowy Village
They sell super cute mini bingsoo which are perfect for to-go orders or solo visitors along with some interesting fusion choices like taro & oreo bingsoo.
According to Korean reviews, their Injeolmi (Koreans consider this bingsoo a classic, which is sticky rice cake covered in soybean powder for a nutty taste) and mango bingsoo are the best!
Their US locations are:
- 5264 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105
- 827 N 10th Pl Suite B, Renton, WA 98057
- 1075 Bellevue Way NE B1, Bellevue, WA 98004
- 3330 Grand Ave F, Chino Hills, CA 91709
- 1700 W Parmer Ln Ste. 244, Austin, TX 78727
2. Spoonful Desserts
Started in St. Louis with the goal of introducing Korean cafe culture to the Midwest, Spoonful Desserts covers the greatest hits of Asian desserts including bingsoo, taiyaki, a stuffed mochi waffle and bubble tea.
Their taiyaki is so cute and perfect as a holiday treat. I’d love to go to a party with a tray of these!
- 12943 Olive Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63141
3. Sul & Beans
While other Korean dessert cafes dabble in a few different cuisines, Sul & Beans specializes in authentic bingsoo and toast.
Toast in Korea is a sweet and savory snack, often eaten during breakfast. They even sell Sikhye (sweet rice punch) and Misutgaru (mixed grain drink).
Rumor has it that their Fresh Strawberry Bingsoo is to die for in summer, especially in So Cal and Las Vegas!
- 621 S. Western Ave. Ste 208-A, Los Angeles, CA 90005
- 5427 Beach Blvd, Buena Park, CA 90621
- 1330 Fullerton Rd. Unit 110, Rowland Heights, CA 91748
- 4620 Convoy St, San Diego, CA 92111
- 19540 Vallco Parkway Ste 160, Cupertino, CA 95014
- 2750 Alton Pkwy Ste 141 Irvine, CA 92606
- 9292 Warren Parkway Ste 260, Frisco, TX 75035
- 4284 Spring Mountain Rd #D103 Las Vegas, NV 89102
A major dessert chain from Busan, South Korea that will make its way to the US in March 2023.
The first branch is planned to be in San Jose, California.
No word yet on what the menu looks like, but it will most likely be adapted to the US market.
Sulbing is said to be the first Korean dessert cafe to use injeolmi in bingsoo.
They also have locations in Thailand and Cambodia.
5. LUMI Dessert Cafe
Located in Lynnwood, WA, LUMI Dessert Cafe serves Bingsoo and bubble waffles with strawberry, banana and other toppings.
From the moment you step inside, you’ll feel like you just teleported to South Korea.
According to Korean reviews, they were super-thrilled to find this hidden gem near Seattle.
- 4713 168th St SW #101, Lynnwood, WA 98037
6. MuMu Bakery & Cafe
MuMu Bakery & Cafe offers a one-of-a-kind dessert experience in LA.
With jiggly cheesecakes, fluffy castellas, crunchy taiyakis, and the softest soft-serve, you’ll have plenty of options.
Most Koreans seem to go here for fresh strawberry milk, taiyaki and Instagram. The menu skews a bit sweet, but everything looks amazing in pictures.
You’ll be in paradise if you love the color pink!
- 3109 W Olympic Blvd D, Los Angeles, CA 90006
Anko sounds Japanese, but is owned and operated by Koreans in Los Angeles.
They have a huge menu covering bingsoo, taiyaki and mochi.
You can think of it as a Korean and Japanese dessert cafe.
It’s the best stop after eating some spicy Sundubu-jjigae at BCD Tofu House in Koreatown.
- 400 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90020, United States
Another Korean dessert cafe in Los Angeles, Oakobing also has a branch in Pasadena.
They specialize in bingsoo and are among the highest-rated of all the dessert cafes on this list.
Also, I’ve heard they offer the most bang for the buck in terms of portion size.
The most popular item on their menu is mango melon bingsoo!
- 3300 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90020
- 37 N Arroyo Pkwy, Pasadena, CA 91103
9. Myomee Coffee and Dessert Cafe
This family-owned dessert cafe does two things well, bingsoo and bubble tea.
Myomee is the go-to place in Michigan for East Asian desserts.
They not only serve delicious treats, but also host Korean classes and sell K-pop merch!
- 27566 Northwestern Hwy, Southfield, MI 48034
What else can I do in K-town besides eating dessert?
Here are a few ideas:
- Sing noraebang
- Go to a spa
- Get your hair done at a Korean salon
- Eat KBBQ
- Play drinking games
- Play screen golf
- Explore the town
- Learn more about Korea
- Brush up on your hallyu history
- Watch a Korean movie or TV show
- Listen to Korean music
- Get involved in a Korean American Association
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