Onion Cafe (Anguk store)
The Onion Cafe is conveniently located close to Anguk Subway Station.
Unlike most cafés in Seoul, the Hanok-style (Korean traditional house) interior can be seen as soon as you go through the front door. However, the signs are still written in English. Do different cultures coexist here?
Plants are neatly arranged at the entrance, just like at my grandpa's place. It's just as charming as Jeonju (a city in the southern region famous for its hanok village)
This sort of yard or Hanok can be found throughout the building if you walk deeper inside.
Hanok + Glass + Air conditioner, something doesn't seem right but fits together nicely. Personally, not a fan of removing footwear and sitting cross-legged on the floor.
There are also many foreign visitors.
There is a wide variety of breads available. Both pizza bread and salt bread are the only types of bread I eat.
Also available are coffee beans for purchase.
There are cakes, and the bread Pandoro (on the right) appears to be the most popular item.
Pizza bread + salt bread.
The other loaf of bread I picked up was basil bread for my mom and dad.
The cost of coffee is somewhat high.
I also ordered Pandoro, their famous bread, and am curious about its taste. 25,000 won seems like a lot of money for two people to spend on bread and coffee.
It is a pleasant cafe with an excellent ambiance. The other Seongsu store isn't decorated like a traditional hanok, but rather has an industrial feel.
Address : 5 Gyedong-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul OPEN GOOGLE MAP
Phone : +82-507-1424-2123
Operation Hours : Monday-Friday : 07:00 - 22:00, Weekends : 09:00 - 22:00
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Writer : swjjht
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