5 Best Desserts Found in Itaewon Alley
Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Korea
Dessert, is there something sweeter and more tempting than this? A bitter black coffee and a dessert that was born in a natural way began to make a refreshing transformation with a beer and a meal instead of a meal. The five desserts I found on Itaewon's alleys are as delicious and lovely as the exotic. The power of a piece of dessert that blows away everyday stress in one room! Whispers secretly and sweetly despite the high calories and burdensome prices. It's okay, it's a dessert.
When you go to Lady M, which opened in August of this year, you can meet three different types of crepe cakes made by stacking 20 layers of crepes. There are three types of cake: chocolate crepe, vanilla wheat crepe, and green tea crepe. Its taste is as soft and rich as a fresh cream that is soaked between 20 or more crepes.
In addition to aging the basic ingredients for a day, crepe cakes that come out every morning insist on daily production sales because they have to go through tricky processes such as making cakes and refrigerating them for 12 hours. The crepe cake made by Patissier from New York is at the same height, and the thickness of the crepe is correct, as well as the amount of fresh cream. On the afternoon of the afternoon, you can add a sweet cake to a glass of beer like a New Yorker on the 3rd floor terrace where you can feel the atmosphere of the city.
Cafe Frank, who is hiding in the alley of Gyeongnidan, feels relaxed even if he is always crowded with people. This is thanks to the green pots surrounding the cafe, dry flowers hanging from the indoor ceiling, and colorful desserts on the shelves. The rainbow cake of the seven colors of Pajuno Chopa is also famous, but the blue and white tart is also popular.
When you enter the Kervan Bakery, your mouth will open in front of the showcase with dozens of desserts. A variety of exotic tastes abound to suit the taste of young people who have traveled to Turkey or love foreign snacks. As a bakery, there are not only sweet desserts, but there are many types of pale Turkish bread, such as Atsuma, Pohacha, and Seamite, which can be eaten as a meal or snack.
If you find a long line on the road leading to Gyeongnidan-gil after exiting Itaewon, it must be a procession of people who want to buy Churus. Even on weekdays, the line is long, but the wait time is not so long because it is fried quickly.
-Address: 4, Itaewon-ro 23-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
-Address: 178 Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
-Address: 41 Sowol-ro 44-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
-Address: 204 Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
-Address: 222 Noksapyeong-daero, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
-Namsan Seoul Tower: 105, Namsan Park-gil, Yongsan-gu / 02-3455-9277
-War Memorial: 29 Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu / 02-709-3139
-Namsan Park: 231 Samil-daero, Jung-gu / 02-3783-5900
-Hamilton Hotel: 179, Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu / 02-794-0171
-IP Boutique Hotel: 221, Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu / 02-3702-8000
-Crown Hotel: 138 Noksapyeong-daero, Yongsan-gu / 02-797-4111
※ The above information was updated in March 2017, and may be changed later, so please check before you travel.
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