âWhite breadâ is known as the basis of bread due to its chewy texture and light flavor. The sweet flavor goes well with other ingredients, so it has been baked crispy and eaten with jam, and has been used as an ingredient in various dishes such as toast and sandwiches. Recently, unique white breads filled with various ingredients such as cream, cheese, and sweet red beans have appeared and are captivating the palates of many people. Starting with white bread that is baked healthily with organic ingredients, white bread that is rich with matcha cream and sweet red bean paste, white bread that is fun to eat by tearing it with your hands, and even white bread with the subtle flavor of truffles! Let's take a look at the 5 best white bread restaurants that came with a spectacular transformation.
1. Unique white bread baked with healthy ingredients, 'Tardema' in Naebalsan-dong, Seoul
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âTardemaâ bakes healthy white bread with ingredients such as organic wheat, milk butter, and naturally fermented varieties. The signature menu, âCheetos White Bread,â stands out for its fun menu name taken one letter at a time from the cheese, tomato, and basil pesto in white bread. The combination of fragrant basil pesto and sour tomatoes makes you feel like eating pizza. It contains cheese, so I recommend eating it warm.
â²Location: 9 Gangseo-ro 46-gil, Gangseo-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 10:00 every day â closed on Sundays and Mondays when stocks last
â²Price: Cheetos bread 6,900 won, Gorgonzola honey cheese bread 6,900 won
â²Testimonial (nice eating chart): There are so many types of bread that I always wonder what to eat. The basil scent that comes out of Cheetos bread as soon as it's cut is amazing! It also contains plenty of cheese and tomatoes, so it's delicious!
2. The combination of rich matcha tea and sweet red bean paste, 'Bread Soum' in Noryangjin, Seoul
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âBread Sumâ mixes three ingredients: tang jong dough, yeast dough, and milk dough to make chewy yet textured white bread. The signature menu is âAzuki Matcha White Bread,â which is filled with rich matcha almond cream and red bean paste. The red bean paste, which adds sweetness to the bitter matcha cream, has fresh grains and is fun to chew. âCheese Stone Bread,â which generously contains emmental cheese and roll cheese, is also popular.
â²Location: 37, Noryangjin-ro 18-gil, Dongjak-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 10:00 â 20:00 every day, closed on Sundays
â²Price: Red bean paste matcha bread 4,300 won, cheese stone bread 4,500 won
â²Testimonial (shikigin shrimps burger): I can see what the real chewy texture of white bread is! I love matcha so much that I always buy red bean paste bread, and the combination of the rich matcha flavor, the light red bean paste, and the chewy white bread is perfect!
3. 'Restaurant Guan' in Sinsa-dong, Seoul, that fully captures the flavor of truffles
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Chef Kim Dae-cheon from Apgujeong's French restaurant âTok Tokâ is run by Chef Kim Dae-cheon. The signature menu, âTruffle Bread,â captures the flavor of truffles by grinding black truffles from Perigord, France. If you enjoy the natural chewiness of truffle bread and then bake it brown, you can enjoy the rich aroma of truffles. I also like the toast and sandwich menu made with white bread from this place.
â²Location: 36 Dosan-daero 49-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 10:00 â 19:00 every day, closed on Sundays
â²Price: Truffle bread 24,000 won, French toast 4,000 won
â²Review (Shikshin GD & Sun): I've tried various truffle dishes, but this is the first time I've tried white bread made with truffles. The bread itself is a guaranteed flavor, and once you try the subtle flavor of the truffle, it always comes to mind.
4. 'Kyoto Marble' at Ichon Station in Seoul, with 64 layers of texture
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âKyoto Marbleâ is a place where you can find Danish bread made by hand blowing and folding the dough over 100 times to create 64 layers. The signature menu is âtricolor white bread,â which mixes basic dough with strawberry and green tea dough to make the most of its colorful colors. The bread, which is torn apart in layers, is crispy on the outside and has a moist texture on the inside. All of the bread sold can be selected between half size and full size.
â²Location: 69 Seobingo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 08:00 â 19:00 every day, closed every second Monday
â²Price: Tri-color bread 15,800 won, maple bread 15,800 won
â²Review (Shikigami XHRK): I was able to feel the classic texture of Danish bread on the outside. They also have a variety of varieties, from light plain to sweet maple and chocolate Nutella! The packaging box is also beautiful, making it a great gift.
5. 'Daldalae' in Sinjeong-dong, Seoul, where savory cheese adds flavor
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âDal Dal Aeâ is located near Exit 7 of Mokdong Station. Bread baked without artificial additives such as colorings or emulsifiers is sold on a same-day basis. The signature menu, âInk Cheese Bread,â has an impressive contrast between black bread colored with ink and yellow cheese. The salty yet savory flavor of cheddar cheese and rolled cheese goes well with light white bread.
â²Location: 2, Mokdong-ro 11-gil, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 07:00 to 20:00 on weekdays, 07:00 to 18:00 on Saturdays, closed on Sundays, closed when materials are exhausted
â²Price: Ink cheese bread 5,000 won, chocolate bread 5,000 won
â²Testimonial (Strange Girl): I ate the ink cheese bread by turning it slightly in the microwave, but it was just like lava flowing down, so it was so full of cheese that it completely stretched.