Archive for November 15th, 2013

Eskimo Cafe

If you are going to Seoul, you will realise that there are many “cafe streets”. Seoul has countless cafes and one of the streets where you can throw a stone and literally hit a cafe would be Garosu-gil, which is a pretty street lined with numerous gingko trees. I loved tree-lined streets and at this time of the year, the leaves are all yellow, which makes for a really pretty sight. Btw garosu-gil means “tree-lined streets” in Korean, and there are many such tree-lined streets in Seoul, but the Garosu-gil that I am talking about is the famous one because of the numerous boutiques and cafes lining the streets as well. In fact, if you have time, you should go off the main street to find the independent boutique cafes.

  Eskimo Cafe at Garosu Gil

I tried the Eskimo Cafe which faces the main Garosu-gil. Eskimo Cafe comes together with a boutique selling clothes. Normally I am a little bit more wary of such cafes because I feel that the coffee making expertise will not be as strong. However, I was enticed by the cutesy look!Eskimo Cafe at Garosu Gil Read more »

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