Pint & Dine is a minimalist Korean fusion cafe and bistro serving fried chicken, drunken seafood soup & more

by Christabel Tan

The cafes in Korea are in a league of their own. That’s why I can’t enough of Korean-inspired dining concepts — the vibes are always immaculate. If you’re planning to go cafe-hopping in Upper Thomson, here’s a Korean cafe by day, and a bistro by night to check out, Pint & Dine.

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The cafe appears to have taken inspiration from the minimalist cafes in Seoul, with its neutral palette, concrete tiled floors, and dried grass embellishments. Vibey Korean music plays in the background, making it the ideal setting for a chill solo afternoon or dinner and drinks with friends.

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From ramyeon with fried chicken to fusion pasta, Pint & Dine features a diverse Korean-Western fusion menu that’ll delight anyone in the mood for comfort food.

Korean street food

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You won’t go wrong with the in-house battered Korean Fried Chicken (S$10 for 6pcs, S$15 for 12pc), which is available in yangnyeom, soy garlic, and original flavour. Other Korean street snacks and appetisers include Gimmari (S$10), Fish Roe Rice Ball (S$12), and even a Mukbang Platter (S$24) filled with fries, gimmari, fried mandu, and Korean fried chicken.

Comforting fusion mains

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Moving on to the mains, the Bulgogi Carbonara (S$16), Kimchi Spaghetti (S$14), and Mentaiko Rice Bowl (S$16)

For something more heartwarming and hangover-friendly, go for the Ginseng Chicken Soup (S$18) or Drunken Seafood Soup (S$16), prawns, clams, mussels, and squid cooked in rice wine.

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Pint & Dine has 1-for-1 happy hour promos, as well as an entire selection of Korean alcohol (hello, soju towers) like the Yuzu Milkis Soju 1.5L (S$32) and Cojinganmek Tower 1.5L (S$37).

Otherwise, choose between the IG-worthy Cotton Candy Latte (from S$5.50) or the refreshing Yuzu Soda (S$5.50) and Omijia Soda (S$5.50).

I won’t be taking a trip to Korea anytime soon, so I guess visiting Korean cafes in Singapore will have to do for now.

Pint & Dine
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???? 60 Springside Walk, #01-04, Singapore 786020
???? 12pm–10.30pm (Mon to Fri), 11am–10.30pm (Sat, Sun & PH)

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