A cafe just for Greek yogurt! I have always thought yogurt makes the perfect breakfast, afternoon snack, dessert, any-time food, and now there’s a convenient way to satisfy my cravings~ I wasn’t sure what to expect from a Korean cafe specializing in Greek yogurt. Of course, there would be yogurt, but would it be good?…… Continue reading Greek Day | 그릭데이
I don’t think I’ve mentioned my love of Japanese ramen before, but this is exactly the kind of place I want to go to eat it. Across from Ewha University’s front gate, Soho is a tiny little shop offering the basic styles (miso, shio, shoyu) of Japanese ramen and a few other dishes. The place…… Continue reading 소오 라면 | Soho Ramen
This is where you can eat the famous Oreo bingsu. You know, the one in the Pyrex measuring cup that is/was all over instagram. They do have other items, like coffee & milkshakes, but the main reason to come here is definitely the giant Oreo bingsu.
I am usually not really a fan of cafes without windows (i.e. basements) but this is a study cafe and the lack of people-watching distractions just adds to the focused atmosphere.
Bagels, when done right, are a truly wonderful food. Lucky for us, Queens Bagel is here to bring New York style bagels to Seoul. Or at least to Edae, as it is located directly across from Ewha University’s front gate.
Just a short walk away from Ewha University’s front gate, on the 8th floor of Ewha Tower, there is a coffee shop catering to (mostly Ewha) students: Ewha Dabang!