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Incomplete Table

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Time Out says

If you find yourself wondering about the unique layout of Incomplete Table, the answer might have something to do with the fact that owner Choi Chang-hee comes from an architecture background. The record player in the center, the picture of Elvis giving you a sultry, one-eyed look and the L-shaped bar all make the place look like it would serve cocktails or whisky, instead of macaroons. “I wanted an open-space where people that don’t know each other well could enjoy desserts together,” explained Choi. While the macaroon menu changes from day to day, you’ll be guaranteed to find a variety of unique ingredients within them. (Some of their past ingredients have included bacon, peperoncino, wasabi, maple syrup and yuja.) The low lighting, trendy music and fresh smell of macaroons being baked in the oven almost make it seem out of place here in Mangwon-dong, but Choi insists that it was just the right fit as “the part of [him] who feels tired of Seoul sometimes feels at home here.”


37, Mangwon-ro 6-gil
Macaroon 2,300 won
Opening hours:
Mon–Fri 2pm–12am, Sat 3pm–12am
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