Cool down this summer with a traditional Korean dessert!
The summer heat can have everyone looking for a way to cool down, and a frozen treat is a great way to do it. Bingsu is a traditional Korean dessert made from shaved ice, drizzled with condensed milk, and finished with various toppings. You can try this tasty treat at Myomee, a coffee and dessert cafe inside New Seoul Plaza in Southfield, and while you're there, check out their K-Pop pop-up store!
Taste all Korea has to offer at this 3-in-1 restaurant
Her father emigrated from Korea when he was a teenager and wanted to show off the wide range of food Korea has to offer. Located at the back of the building is their Korean BBQ restaurant called Daebak, which is a slang term meaning “awesome” in Korean. Korean BBQ is done quite differently than American BBQ. Currently, you can either get the meats all cooked to-go, or you can purchase them uncooked and do your own Korean BBQ at home. They serve typical coffee drinks as well as bubble tea and the classic Korean dessert bingsu.