Adorable little cafe in SK-ville that serves high quality food.

Rating ⭐⭐⭐⭐

I tried the most expensive thing on the menu to see what it was like, and I was not disappointed at all. This chicken fricassee was like a home cooked meal, with really nice crusty bread to soak up the deliciousness. I think it was made for sharing, but I ate it all by myself and I would do it again.

This place was recommended by a student, and I ate here twice to try different things for the review. It is a cafe that serves sandwiches, soups, and pasta for brunch.

First up: Cuban sandwich. Don’t get your hopes up, Cuban lovers! It was a decent sandwich, but I wouldn’t call it a Cuban. If it were called a regular ham panini, I would have been very satisfied. But… sweet pickles! On a Cuban sandwich.  Enough said.

I tried the most expensive thing on the menu to see what it was like, and I was not disappointed at all. This chicken fricassee was like a home cooked meal, with really nice crusty bread to soak up the deliciousness. I think it was made for sharing, but I ate it all by myself and I would do it again.

I also tried the coffee too, because it is a cafe after all. Can’t complain. Nice coffee in a comfortable atmosphere. They also have an interesting selection of hand-made desserts, including carrot cake.

 

Closed on Sundays. Brunch served until 2:30pm.

Naver  link here: https://store.naver.com/restaurants/detail?id=996448397

 

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