If there’s ever a time and a place to start with dessert first, it’s this place. To compare, I would have to refer to the strawberry sorbet at the famed Berthillon on Île Saint-Louis, Paris (sometimes referred to as “the most delicious ice cream in the world”). Soft and sweet, with the taste of fresh strawberries, it’s hard to believe that this strawberry sorbet has been hiding in Busan for the past three years where they were previously located. Ice creams are available as sorbets, as sorbets in a cocktail-like concoction called a ballon de glacier and as soft, milky variations (equally as good, in their own unique way). Inspired by British rock and quaintly decorated with touches of pink, their menu changes seasonally and includes simple French cuisine (but is limited to 30 dishes a day). Make sure to call in advance (they speak English) about availability, as this place is a must-visit.