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korean restaurant / Fondant for the relaxation of a sweet bite and the appeal of dessert – 272

The coffee I used to drink as a dessert after a meal, the slice of cake I ordered when I ordered coffee, and the cake I ordered when I ordered it, was meant to fill my palate or what was lacking in main food. However, nowadays, desserts have become so popular that there are enthusiasts who only look for dessert restaurants. The trend that began with macaroons last year has diversified flavors and types from rolls to tarts to eclairs. Why don't you enjoy the charm of sweets that have caught both eyes and palates, and how about relaxing in a hectic everyday life with a sweet bite? This week, we'll introduce 5 dessert restaurants highly recommended by social media users.

1. A house with delicious walnut tarts at Sea's Bakery

The place I visited while getting sweaty is not located along the boulevard, so it seems like a place that only people I know go to, but if you miss the time, there aren't a few pieces of bread left. There are about 30 types of bread that come out on time from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and if there's a bread you want, it's a good idea to go at the time that the bread comes out. All of the breads made are healthy breads that do not contain chemical additives and contain plenty of ingredients, so they have a very good texture and flavor. There aren't many tables in the store, but they have an open air terrace. Note that 13 pieces of bread are produced on Sunday, excluding those that take time to ferment.

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â–²Shikigami (Lady Camellia) review: When I go to dinner, I don't have much bread. The coffee is affordable and the bread is delicious

â–²Business hours: 08:00 ~ 23:00 â–²Price range: 3500 won to 4,500 won â–²Location: Gangnam-daero 110 gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

2. Au Petit Vert, a restaurant you really have to go to before closing

If you walk up the stone path from Gyeongbok Palace towards Seochon, you can often find small cafes and cute shops with their own unique characteristics. As these stores come together one by one to form a street, they create a unique feeling unique to Seochon. “Oh Petit Belle” run by reporter Park Jun-woo, who is currently gaining popularity as a dessert that stimulates women's hearts in the program “Take Care of the Fridge,” is one of them. Fresh fruit tarts (7,500 won) and lemon tarts (7,000 won) are famous. It creates tarts that are not very sweet yet full of flavor. Unfortunately, it's only open until June 30th and closes, so if you haven't tasted it yet, it's a good idea to visit at least once. The tarts run out around 3 p.m., so I recommend visiting early

3. Soft cupcake, mug for rabbit

Located on Garosu-gil, Mug Forebit is characterized by cups, plates, and cute rabbit characters in every corner of the interior. This place sells cupcakes that go with coffee, and you can enjoy 10 types of cupcakes and whole cakes, including the signature Levitt cupcake, Earl Grey cupcake, and red velvet cupcake. The soft, moist texture and freshness go well together. Orders are accepted on the 2nd floor, and valet parking is available, so you can park comfortably even if you go by car.

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â–²Shikigami (The subway carries love) review: Dainty rabbits are cute. A relaxing afternoon full of sweetness~

â–²Opening hours: 10:00 to 24:00 â–²Price range: 5500 won to 6500 won â–²Location: 49 Dosan-daero 15-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

4. Japan's Kookmin Bread lands in Korea. Tokyo Pangya Main Store

Tokyo Pangya is a representative bakery chain in Japan, and is so popular in Korea that it starts in Hakdong and goes from road stores such as Garosu-gil to department stores. The signature dish here is melon bread, which is shaped like a melon, and is made by putting a sweet melon-scented cookie dough on top of the bread. It is said to be Japan's national bread, which can often be seen in comics and TV shows. The names of the bread at Tokyo Pangya are a mixture of English and Japanese, which can be difficult, but it's fun to pick and eat because the staff's top 10 recommendations are displayed on one side of the store, and popular menus are displayed for each bread.

5. Taste Osaka's specialties in Korea too, Pablo

“Pablo” is a tart shop that anyone who has ever traveled to Osaka in Japan should have stopped by at least once. The fact that you can choose between rare and medium grilling is an attractive place. The tart making space is open, so you can add cream and watch the tart paper being baked right next to it. On weekends, you have to wait in line for people who come to buy tarts, but because of this, the waiting time isn't so boring. You can choose the degree of grilling only if you pack it, and if you eat inside the store, you have to choose a tart from a separate menu. The degree of baking for in-store tarts is specified as medium rare, so it's a good idea to note.

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â–²Hee Jin (Hee Jin e) review: Feels like pudding. It's soft and sweet! â–²Business hours: 10:30 ~ 20:00 â–²Price range: Cheese tart 8,000 won, package 11,000 won â–²Location: Lotte Department Store B1F, 1 Sogong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul



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