Publika is getting mounted with more conceptual cafes and eateries.
Getting on the hype of K-Pop culture nowadays, we got excited when we learnt that Namoo on the Park has opened.
Claimed to be the first Korean dessert café that serves a twist of modern Korean cuisine via bistro concept, the master minds are Koreans too.
We really love the name: Namoo.
It means ‘tree’ in Korean, focusing on a comfy & natural ambiance with the vow of churning out great Korean Dessert.
Modern interior design
Love the wall: You can never make the same mistake twice. Because the second time you make it, it’s not a mistake, it’s a Choice.
Menu bind with hanger 🙂
Yuza Tea – RM7.90
Aromatic Korean Traditional Citrus Tea
Sweet Potato Latte – RM9.90
You’ll feel like you’re grabbing a huge bite of sweet potato and drinking a cup a full cream at the same time. Very satiating.
Bibi Rice – RM16.90
Mixed Vegetables and rice served with Korean chili sauce on the side.
Great presentation but lacking the taste of the genuine Korean hot pot. Quite a disappointment.
Fisherman’s Pancake – RM18.90
Korean style pancake with seafood and spring onions.
Great texture and tasty sauce on the side but lack of ingredients on the pancake itself.
Bibi Rice Burger – RM19.90
Grilled chicken breast and mixed vegetables with Bibi sauce.
Served on a handmade grilled rice bun. The rice bun was beautifully made and this was a very presentable dish. However, we personally thought the rice bun’s texture was too soft and the grilled chicken was too dry.
The King’s Bing Soo (choice of milk tea or green tea) – RM12.90
Shaved ice with rice cakes, red beans and ice cream sprinkled with multi-grain powder.
Living up to their title of bringing out the best of Korean desserts, this share of King’s Bing Soo is really for for the king.
Generous share of sweet ending.
Verdict: Modern and pretty interior – comfortable hang out spot. But we would only return for drinks and desserts.
Namoo on the Park: Korean Dessert Cafe N Bistro
Publika, Lot 4A,
Level G3, Solaris Dutamas,
1 Jalan Dutamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur.
8 Replies to “Namoo on the Park @ Publika”
Nice meeting u in person here… finally 😉
Nice meeting u too gal! Hope to see u around again 😉
Sweet Potato Latte? o_O
Is that a soup? Or a drink?
It’s a drink 😉 special fusion haha
heee, nice place to hang out, i was there to makan their desert last weekend and now loking at your post should go back for their mains d. .
we actually prefer their desserts than their mains ;P
Thank you for dropping by Publika. Hope you had a great time here. We look forward to your next visit !
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