Beans N Beans Korean Dessert @ Damansara Uptown, Petaling Jaya

Fancy some Korean Bingsu? These days, the weather is so hot that a respite is needed, and what better dessert to have on a hot day than some Korean shaved ice. Beans N Beans is a newly opened franchise Korean cafe at Damansara Uptown, PJ which serves different flavors of bingsu, 100% Arabica beans coffee and a variety of light food. I was there the other night to savour their fares, check them out below!


Beans N Beans Korean Dessert @ Damansara Uptown, Petaling Jaya
Beans N Beans Korean Dessert @ Damansara Uptown, Petaling Jaya



Beans N Beans Uptown
107, Jalan SS 21/1A
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 603-7732 8288

Hipster-ish decor of Beans N Beans
Hipster-ish decor of Beans N Beans
Now here's a nice spot to snap a picture at
Now here's a nice spot to snap a picture at

We had some of their recommended Korean Bingsu that evening. Made with 1st grade fresh milk, daily cooked 100% red bean and natural ingredients, Beans N Beans serve some rather nice bingsu. I did find the milky flavour to be a bit too much, but the owner did inform us he's on the way to tweaking it to perfection. Below are some of the Bingsu choices offered by Beans N Beans.

Green Tea Bingsu (RM16.80)
Green Tea Bingsu (RM16.80)

I was told the green tea used in the Green Tea Bingsu from Beans N Beans are sourced from Jeju Island, supposed to be some of the best ones around. Made with rich imported green tea, the bingsu is topped with a scoop of green tea ice cream. Now I'm not the biggest fan of green tea, but this isn't too bad. 


Choco Bingsu (RM16.80)
Choco Bingsu (RM16.80)

Beans N Beans' crowd favourite will be their Choco Bingsu. Just looking at its presentation alone made me want to gobble the whole thing up immediately. Made with real chocolate, the finely shaved snow ice is complemented with generous amounts of Oreos, brownies, sliced bananas, topped with a scoop of creamy chocolate ice cream and chocolate wafer roll. Yummy stuff here. 


Sparkling Grapefruit (RM12.80 Hot RM13.80 Iced)
Sparkling Grapefruit (RM12.80 Hot RM13.80 Iced)
Beans N Beans’ Red Bean Soup (RM12.50)
Beans N Beans’ Red Bean Soup (RM12.50)


For those looking for a refreshing drink at Beans N Beans, there's their rather nice Beans N Beans’ Red Bean Soup. Presented in a cute cup form, they have blended the red bean soup together. Throw in some chewy mochi, crushed peanut, almond flakes and marshmallow, you have happiness in a cup. Do try out their sparkling grapefruit too for a different taste than the bingsu. 


Chicken Bulgogi Sandwich (RM14.50)
Chicken Bulgogi Sandwich (RM14.50)
Injulmi Honey with Red Bean Cheese Toast (RM12.50 each)
Injulmi Honey with Red Bean Cheese Toast (RM12.50 each)

It's good to know that Beans N Beans serve some warm dishes too, to fill the tummy up before enjoying the other Korean desserts. While we were there, we tried out their Chicken Bulgogi Sandwich which came with accompanying chips, and the Injulmi Honey with Red Bean Cheese Toast. Different flavours, both I like especially the toast as it's covered with crunchy peanut powder and almond flake. 

Beans N Beans @ Damansara Uptown serves Breakfast Sets too from 9 am till 11 am (1 pm on Sat and Sun). Open 7 days a week, start your day with some healthy soup or sandwiches paired with a wake-me-up coffee for just RM15 nett. They are really new, so be sure to look out for the shop as the signage outside has yet to be erected. 







30 comments :

  1. Green Tea Bingsu is The best..

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  2. These things are way too expensive, like those Taiwan ones too. Give me our good ol' cendol...or bubur cacar or ABC anytime. Ah yes! I love pulut hitam? Know of any place serving really good ones? None here.

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    1. Suituapui, i guess its the novelty of having something from Korean.

      pulut hitam, hmm.. not too sure too. I've tried some where they put it into cendol, but i think that one is pulut putih.

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  3. Wow, the ice cream makes me drool already..

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  4. OH I'm literally drooling!!!!

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  5. mak aih GREEN TEA DIA AWESOME sangat ! Nak try juga nanti I pergi, gaji dah masuk ni hehehe

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  6. im craving for that choc bingsu!! T3T

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  7. woah should definitely check out the giant greentea bingsu! the weather is so hot nowadays, bingsu is indeed a great choice!

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  8. So this cafe serve korean dishes? Wow look so yummy. Definitely will check this cafe out someday. I'm a fan of korean dishes

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  9. So this cafe serve korean dishes? Wow look so yummy. Definitely will check this cafe out someday. I'm a fan of korean dishes

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  10. Yum yum..I love their Red bean soup. that Choco bingsu look good too.

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  11. I have to say that korean desserts are the best! Gotta check this place out soon

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  12. Korean dessert? Mmmm. Yummy, I only know Bingsu. Now gotta check out this place for more varieties. Hehe.

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  13. I'm dying for Choco Bingsu in this heat! Am I willing to pay that price? Probably only could afford it once. :(

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  14. I am craving some of those bingsus but will opt for minus the red beans... right up to now I still do not know how to truly enjoy the taste or red beans, azuki beans or whatever else they are called... LOL

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  15. Nice! Love bingsu and their snow ice seem very soft.

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  16. I'm a big fan of Green Tea, I will gonna grab some of those Green Tea Bingsu and eat all of my own =D Love the interior as well!

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  17. will bring my friend who is a red bean lover to visit the place - seems really interesting! glad to see another cafe in uptown.

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  18. This food review makes me recalled when I first met Isaac gor at uptown lol. How time flies ...
    Glad that they serve warm foods before customers try Korean desserts :)

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  19. Salivating over the Beans N Beans’ Red Bean Soup with marshmallows make it more yumss.

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  20. Love that Choco Bingsu, will visit this place again :)

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  21. I love the decor and that display shelf though I am not a red bean soup fan but others stuff seems good.

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  22. Ok I definitely need to stop by and try their bingsu! Another Korean cafe hype.. I do hope their injeolmi toast is good because I love injeolmi!

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  23. bingsu... I want Bingsu as the weather really hot. Is near my office so I can drove to there and get my bingsu...

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  24. This post makes me so hungry! The choices are awesome.

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  25. Been visiting this place non stop since it opened in Citta Mall, if they have loyalty program would be great for frequent visitors.

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  26. there's something about beans and koreans that are inseparable, but really they have some really good desserts it seems

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  27. Bingsu is a hot item in Klang Valley now. But only went to one before. This is a great placr to try.

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  28. I really enjoyed their Chicken Bulgogi Sandwich at Citta. I'm glad they have more branches now

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  29. Bingsu!! Time for a cool bingsu after the tai lok meen (KL Hokkien mee). Thanks for sharing. Drooling, man.

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