Hugo & Victor’s Tart
Created by the former head patissier of Michelin three-starred restaurant Guy Savoy, Hugues Pouget, this dessert spot opened its doors in Seoul last December. The dessert to try at Hugo & Victor is the iconic passion fruit tart. 81, Namdaemun-ro, Jung-gu (lotteshopping.com). Passion fruit tart 7,500 won.
Pablo’s Cheese Tart
Originally from Osaka, Pablo’s cheese tart is special because you can choose how you want your tart: rare or medium. The soft, rare cheese tart melts in your mouth like cream and the moist texture is reminiscent of a cheesecake. 81, Namdaemun-ro, Jung-gu (lotteshopping.com). 11,000 won.
L’éclair de Genie’s Éclair
Patissier Christophe Adam’s shop is full of yellow, green and gold decorated éclairs that are pretty enough to feast your eyes on. Try any of these aesthetically pleasing éclairs for a delicious experience! 176, Sinbanpo-ro, Seocho-gu (department.shinsegae.com). Chocolat grand cru 6,500 won, praline chocolat 7,800 won.
Magnolia Bakery’s Banana Pudding
The most popular dessert brand last year on social media platforms their popularity remains unwavering with approximately a thousand small banana pudding, sold on the weekends alone. 517 Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu (ehyundai.com). Banana pudding small 4,800 won, large 9,600 won, red velvet cheesecake 8,800 won.