Bingsoo is a Korean shaved ice dessert that often contains more toppings than shaved ice, and Sul & Beans delivers fantastically on the overboard Korean nature of this ice and ice cream dessert. Go traditional with the original, which just has shaved ice and beans, or go for something a little more inventive, like the earl grey or taro bingsoo. This cute spot is also big on injeolmi, a Korean glutinous rice cake coated in powdered dried beans. Split a black sesame or sweet potato injeolmi toast on the side, letting the unique taste of the injeolmi powder coat your mouth, and wash it down with a hot sweet potato latte.
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