Who doesn’t love a good cupcake? And what’s better than bringing friends along so you can eat multiple cupcakes? Although the cupcake trend doesn’t seem that big in Seoul, maybe if more people tried Veranda Cupcake, they’d see what they’re missing out on. There are so many little cafes and shops nestled along these streets…… Continue reading Veranda Cupcake | 베란다컵케익
Like a much cozier version of the chain bakeries on every corner, Bread Lab has an assortment of pastries and drinks to enjoy while chatting with friends or studying. Located at one of the bigger intersections in this part of Yeonnam, Bread Lab would be easy to miss if it weren’t for their big…… Continue reading Bread Lab | 브레드랩
If you are anywhere near Sangsu station and craving some pie, just go to Zera’s Cafe aka Crazy Pie. The pie is fantastic, and you can get it with a scoop of ice cream. What more could you want?Roommate and I were wandering the streets while waiting for an appointment when we stumbled upon the…… Continue reading Zera’s Cafe | 제라스카페
A tiny dessert place that serves various kinds of tarts? In a neighborhood I frequent? The only way I’d love this place more was if they hired me~ Le Nanan is on a not-too-busy street on the not-very-happenin’ side of Hongdae Station. It’s actually next door to a really great pasta place (Bada Pasta), and…… Continue reading 르낫농 | Le Nanan
Another very late post… I saw Elie’s Pie while searching for dessert places on Dining Code and seeing as I could eat my weight in egg tarts, I knew I had to visit~ (And really, where could you go wrong with pie?) There are multiple locations (a fact I learned from the to-go box), but…… Continue reading 엘리스파이 | Elie’s Pie
Eclairs are long tube desserts, elephants have long tube trunks… that’s the connection right? Either way, I love cute names & specialty desserts. But I do prefer my desserts to be at least as tasty as they are beautiful, and these eclairs only look impressive. Along one of the main roads from Hongik Uni. is…… Continue reading 엘리펀트비트 | Elephant Bit
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’m a total dessert person and am especially partial to American-style cakes & pies. So this place is pretty much perfect.