It seems that most of the places that are known to be "hot cafés" in Seoul these days are, design wise, either minimalistic, industrial or sauna-like. In short, they're "Instagram-worthy." Shared Tabled located in Seongsu is undoubtedly one of them—the problem is, though, that it qualifies as all 3, filled with one of those large communal tables placed in the middle, minimalistic furniture and a tub-like seat decorated with off-white tiles and greenery. So, what do they sell? It's lots of different things, really: from Le Cafe Marly specialized in brunch menus, Italian eatery Say Cheese, Thai restaurant Noodle Nook, ¿Qué Tal? tapas bar and Elements offering Busan Gorilla Brewery's craft beers have gathered up to create a "shared table." A food hall sounds great (especially considering that there aren't many places to eat around the café except for a famous gamjatang restaurant) but the issue is that the place gets way too noisy to dine or wine. Looking at the numerous pitures of Shared Table featured on social media may easily attract you to head over to Seongsu, but it turned out that unfortunately there's a huge discrepancy between the 2-dimensional illustrations and the reality.
|Venue name:||Shared Table|
|Price:||핑크모카 5500원, 아메리카노 4000원, IPA 6900원|