Felt Coffee (Cheonggyecheon)
Every time I went through Cheonggyecheon, I wanted to stop in at this specialist roastery café Felt. After spending some time at the adjacent Ilmin Museum of Art, I decided to stop by.
When you go in, you'll see a sizable bar in the middle surrounded by tables and chairs on either side.
A place with a nice unpredictable atmosphere.
The fountain at Cheonggyecheon, which could be heard from my seat at the outermost table, was a pleasant relief. Even though the table and chair heights were somewhat low, it was not uncomfortable.
The table, however, was too small and too low to do much of anything comfortably. It is a casual gathering spot just for a cup of coffee and conversation.
There were three types of beans for espresso beverages.
- Seasonal, Classic, Decaf -
Only two types of brewed coffee were available.
- Rwanda and Costa Rica -
Since I couldn't find the flavor, I was looking for, I ordered an Americano.
In the face of my hungry friend's gleaming eyes, I had no choice but to order a Citrus Pound.
Beans, drip bags, coffee pods, and mugs were all on sale. The packaging looks great. It would be nice to give it as a present to someone. A complimentary cup of coffee is included with every purchase of coffee beans.
Latte 5,000 won / Americano 4,500 won / Citrus Pound 6,500 won
My iced Americano and my friend's latte. The seasonal espresso was a good choice for us both. There was some acidity and it wasn't too light.
Unexpectedly surprising was the Citrus pound. It tasted as if lemon juice had been added. This paired wonderfully with my Americano.
Unless there is a special exhibit or I have business in the area, I probably won't be back for coffee alone.
However, coffee and a stroll along Cheonggyecheon sounds like a great idea because of the neighborhood's convenient location and pleasant vibe.
Address : 77 Mugyo-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul OPEN GOOGLE MAP
Phone : +82-2-3789-5946
Operation Hours : Everyday : 08:00 - 21:00
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Writer : kimbam2seyo
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