Recently, the neologism âpilgrimage to Panjiâ appeared to describe a phenomenon where people from all over the country gather to buy bread from famous bakeries. As you can see, people's interest in bread has increased, and among them, there are places known as sacred places for pilgrimage to Panji. Let's take a look at 5 bakeries that were also shown in Master of Life and have led many people's footsteps.
1. 'Soulbread', an authentic sourdough with a dough-dough method
A place that makes all bread using a no-dough method without a kneader using only our wheat, organic wheat from Australia, and sourdough. Since it is made through fermentation and aging for 24 hours or more, gluten can be minimized and digestion is improved. Health bread made from 100% whole wheat and rye, and bread sandwiched with various cream cheeses are popular. Depending on the season, you can find cream cheese with unique flavors such as mugwort, black sesame, and yuzu cream cheese.
â²Location: 27 Baumeo-ro 7-gil, Seocho-gu â²Business hours: 11:00-20:00 on weekdays, closed on Sundays and Mondays â²Price: Mugwort shank 5,300 won, butter pretzels 3,300 won â²Review (Baby Piggy Babe): Great hit.. There's a reason why people go there and say it's delicious!!! The cream cheese itself is really delicious, not to mention the bread.. It's a real soulbread!!!
2. 'Bread Duck', Master of Campanho
Bread duck bakes bread using unique ingredients such as sweet potatoes, potatoes, black rice, abalone (flat barley), and lettuce in the dough. The âSweet Pumpkin Cheese Campanho,â which is baked generously with sweet pumpkin and cream cheese, is representative. Brecchels with various fillings, such as butter, cream cheese, figs, and pea paste, are also popular. You can also find ciabatta sandwiches, scones, and brownies.
â²Location: 39, Sangdo-ro 30-gil, Dongjak-gu â²Business hours: Weekdays 10:00 to 19:00, closed on the first and third Mondays and every Sunday â²Price: Sweet Pumpkin Cheese Campanho 6,000 won, Basil Cheese Ciabatta 2,000 won â²Review (Shikigin Twinkle Twinkle): Basil Cheese Ciabatta… The price of 2,000 won is ridiculously delicious, so be sure to try it!!! The flavor of the basil pesto cheese inside just kills me!
3. 'Rueil de Paris', the master of croissants
Ruelle-de-Paris recreates the authentic taste of French croissants using French flour and potatoes. âMatcha cube Danishâ and âcroissants,â which are filled with rich matcha cream without crunchy Danish, are popular. Croissants, which have an excellent deep buttery flavor, are characterized by their crispy texture. The âgaletteâ with savory almond cream and the âchocolate croissantâ wrapped in dark chocolate are also popular.
â²Location: 18 Seocho Jungang-ro, Seocho-gu â²Opening hours: 08:00 to 21:00 every day, closed on Sundays â²Price: Matcha cube Danish 3,000 won, croissant 3,200 won â²Review (Han Ji-hee, the god of food): I've eaten almost all of the famous croissants, but there's no place like this. Almond croissants are especially recommended, and chocolate croissants, which are great for relieving stress, are also delicious. Also, not only croissants, but also the fruit campanhe, chestnut bread, hit-and-run chocolate, and cinnamon buns are classy, so it's a place you can't go by once you miss them. I recommend it~!
4. 'Bread 05', Master of Amber
It was the first place to introduce amberjack in Korea as a healthy bakery using naturally fermented varieties. The signature menu is âamber,â which contains homemade domestic red bean paste and anchor butter between crispy and well-baked ciabatta. The flavor of red bean paste with just the right amount of sugar combined with savory butter is excellent. âPandor,â a fermented type of raisin that is aged for 5 days and has a nice butter flavor, is also popular.
â²Location: 22, Gukegeumyung-ro 7-gil, Yeongdeungpo-gu â²Business hours: 09:00 to 22:00 every day â²Price range: 4,500 won for an inverter, 5,000 won for a pangdor â²Review (Early Bird): Life Enver.. I haven't found any amberjack that tastes better than here yet. There are plenty of tastings, so you can try and buy a variety of things. It's also a popular place for local residents!
5. Bread breathes, âbread sumâ
Located at Nodel Station, Bread Sum combines tangjong dough, milk dough, and yeast dough to make white bread. Thanks to this, you can enjoy a moist yet soft texture along the texture of the chewy bread. Popular white bread is âAzuki Macha,â which is matcha almond cream with sweet adzuki beans added to it, and âCheese Doldol,â which generously contains emmental cheese and roll cheese. In addition to white bread, cookies, scones, and cakes are also available.
â²Location: 37, Noryangjin-ro 18-gil, Dongjak-gu â²Business hours: 10:30 to 07:30 on weekdays, closed on public holidays â²Price range: Red bean stroller 3,800 won, cheese stone roll 4,300 won â²Review (Shikigin eTunnel): Is a loaf of bread always this heavy…? It's the first time I've ever felt heavy on a loaf of bread because of how many extra ingredients are in it. LOL LOL I'm thrilled to see cheese in a stone of cheese