Time for breakfast and time to try this popular Korean cafe.
Established in 1986, it is a growing franchise offering French baking culture to Korea.
Enter the cafe and you will be greeted with a large assortment of pastries.
There are also localized pastries on offer.
A simple twist doughnut.
A simple croissant.
Custard filed pastry.
Smooth coffee. Korean coffee somehow allures me tremendously.
I do not need to order decaf and the coffee is just….smoooooth.
If you forget gifts, come here and buy a set. They make good presents.
Grab some cookies for the road.
Garlic toast. Lightly toasted, lightly garlicked.
I got tempted and grabbed the toasted ham and egg sandwich. What I like about Korean food is that the taste is just nice. Not too salty. Not too sweet.
Grab a seat and come on in. Enjoy some coffee and the Korean sun.