How to begin your perfect 24-hour gourmand tour in Seoul? Baker’s Table is a German-owned bakery in Gyeongnidan that doubles as a café and restaurant. The crunchy Vollkorn sourdough is a favorite, and just try to leave without picking up a slice or two of the German butter cake. On weekends, there is no such thing as brunch time—the tables are full all day, as people come in and out for the generous portions of hearty breakfast dishes, heavily-stuffed sandwiches and soups. the health-conscious can opt for a salad or the hazelnut muesli, which is served with a heap of fresh fruit and cold milk). The Seoul Square shop which recently opened is usually less crowded than the Gyeongnidan-gil location. Reservation can be made online.
From hearty Western breakfast dishes to Michelin-starred Korean cuisine and adventurous delicacies such as fermented skate, this itinerary will make sure you taste the best of the city for a whole 24 hours. And of course, there’s booze, too. Find out what “Mac-geolli” (the mix of Macallan and makgeolli), Drink Me Potion and other refreshing and/or interesting selection of alcohol is offered at these Seoul bars and restaurants.