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For those of you who’s been or lived in New England will be delighted by the cozy and contemporary American vibe the place gives off. This delightful semi-underground café and kitchen has been on the radar as a great coffee and dessert place and it’s safe to say that their ‘Daily Kitchen’ offerings are right up to par. Aside from the drinks and deserts, the menu is kept simple with only two choices of sandwiches, a green salad and shakshuka. If you’re looking for a light but filling brunch, an avocado sandwich paired with a serving of shakshuka will do the trick. The open sandwich comes with a freshly sliced avocado and boiled eggs topped with olive oil, black pepper, salt, coriander and fresh lime. The avocados unfortunately weren't completely ripe and thus lacked taste. The bread had a nice texture, though, and the dash of lime and coriander at the end kept the whole experience rather refreshing. The shakshuka, served on a hot pan, was extremely flavorful with a perfectly poached egg adding to the rich taste and texture to the thick yet light sauce. The shakshuka comes served with soft chewy bread that balances well with the creamy and savory sauce. You can always ask for more bread. For small informal gatherings for brunch or lunch, it's a great spot to enjoy a meal and have some coffee.
12, Eonju-ro 149-gil
|Transport:||Shinsa Station (line 3) exit 1. 25 mins walk.|
|Price:||Americano 4,500 won, latte 5,500 won, homemade yogurt 8,000 won, sandwich 12,000 won, shakshuka (for 1) 8,500 won (for 2-3) 13,500 won|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 10:00-19:00(closed on first and third monday)|