Cafe in Seoul with an Instagrammable

Cafe in Seoul with an Instagrammable and Delicious Menu

Seoul has lots of the best cafes in South Korea, which not only have cute interiors, but also really Instagrammable food and drinks. These stylish cafes in Seoul are spread from the Myeongdong area to Itaewon. The concepts are varied, ranging from ordinary cafes to bistros. Explore Seoul with various public transportation using the T-Money Card which can be booked on Klook without any hassle, and start your cafe hopping. These 11 cafes in Seoul are not only stylish, but also have unique food and drinks and delicious taste in every bite. Find out which cafes you need to visit while in Seoul and invite your friends to explore these cafes while on holiday to South Korea!

1. C. Through Cafe

If you are interested in latte art, C.Through Cafe will be your favorite place. Lee Kang Bin, who is the owner and barista at this cafe, will create your drink with latte art called Cream Art. Using coffee brewed with the Dutch Coffee technique as a canvas and decorated with smooth sweet cream, Lee draws latte art directly with his hands. Starting from as simple as a tree with colored flowers, to Van Gogh’s very complicated and famous Starry Night painting, this coffee drink by Lee is really a pleasure to drink! You can even order drinks with special designs, but you have to make a reservation first via Instagram, because these custom drinks are only made once a day. visit us

2. Old Ferry Donut

If you claim to be a donut lover, you must include Old Ferry Donut as one of the places you must visit in Seoul! Only a 5-minute walk from Hangangjin Station, this cafe in Seoul, which has a sailor style with wooden accents, specializes in donuts, from classic donuts with toppings to large donuts with lots of filling.

3. Egg Drop

For you egg yolk lovers, Egg Drop is a cafe in Seoul that you must visit! This cafe provides a variety of Korean street toast, which is a variant of the classic egg sandwich but with a Korean twist.
Egg Drop has a menu with various Korean baked bread dishes. Made with several slices of toasted brioche bread, most of the sandwiches here are thick. Moreover, it is added with scrambled eggs and other fillings that you can choose!

4. Peach Grey

There’s no better place in Seoul than Peach Gray if you love all things art. Every food or drink you order at this place will be served with a watercolor palette and brushes, as well as several sheets of paper that you can use. If you prefer coloring rather than drawing with watercolors, you can request paper with pictures here too. The pancakes which are the featured dish here take 20 minutes to make, and while you wait, you can make your own artistic creations using the watercolors provided.