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Restaurants, Cafés Sinsa-dong
3 out of 5 stars

Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

Fika is said to be the first venue to introduce Scandinavian café culture to Seoul. Its owner worked at GM, Saab, Cadillac and HSBC Premium, sending him on business trips around the world, including Stockholm, where he found the inspiration to open this café. Lovingly decorated in the Scandinavian style, the three story shop also sells furniture and stationery. Enthusiasts of Scandinavian style will find the place more than satisfying. The second floor café serves coffee brewed from Lindvall coffee beans, the coffee suppliers to the Swedish Royal House, as well as various desserts. This is an excellent place to try novelties like Swedish style egg coffee and semla (traditional buns with cream).



Address: 30, Apgujeong-ro 14-gil
Transport: Sinsa Station (Line 3), exit 8, Apgujung Station (Line 3), exit 4.
Price: Drinks from 4,000 won, Desserts from 3,000 won
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 10am–11pm; Sun 11– 10pm

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