Appearing like a private residence at first glance, the patio-garden out front is modestly decorated with pink crepe myrtle trees and white mophead hydrangeas that line your way to the entrance. Though perhaps a little too hot during the humid summer months, there’s outdoor seating and even a porch swing with yellow roses at its feet for when the weather gets cooler. The café prides itself on its selection of imported Belgium Corné Port-Royal chocolates. Rich in taste, they pair nicely with Café 105’s signature drink—the tea-coffee (which is infused with Florté: Jardin des Thés’ pink rose bud tea). Inside, there’s regular seating across the first floor counter and several private rooms upstairs to really accentuate the feeling that you’ve just come over a friend’s house in the middle of the day.
|Venue name:||Café 105|
21, Jangchungdan-ro 8-gil
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 9am–8pm, Sat 11am–8pm.|
|Transport:||Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station(line4), exit 4|
|Price:||Drinks from 4,500 won.|