Honestly, I don’t know much about Dr. Coffee, but this cafe was just next door to our accommodation in Busan so no excuse not to visit yeah? Had brunch, and happy to report that their drinks are delicious and their foods come in humongous portions. You’ve been warned!
Based on the menu, Cipollo Rosso is really more of a restaurant than a cafe. Even the drinks list veer toward their extensive list of wines… And honestly, I have no idea where the exact location of this place is as we were brought here by our Korean teacher after a yummy pasta dinner a few doors away.
If you look at the above picture carefully, there are 2 floors to Cipollo Rosso – the first is more for diners, while the second floor is more for chilling. Naturally, we proceeded to the 2nd floor!
Angel-in-us Coffee is again another one of those coffee chains with many outlets all over Korea. I must confess that these pictures does not provide a proper glimpse of the cafe. Was crowded and was a little shy at being a paparazzi. However this particular outlet in Busan overlooks the very pretty Dalmaji-gil and Haeundae beach. Unfortunately I was there at night and it was too cold to be sitting at the terrace…
Caffe Bene is probably one of those cafes around Korea that you will see everywhere, and that aspect might be deterring to some who are looking for unique cafes. That was exactly what I thought as well, but when I step foot inside I realised just how wrong I was…
While it is not one of a kind, the wooden furniture, plushy cushions, books-lined wall (and non-smoking seating area!) provided such a warm and inviting atmosphere that one can’t help but be taken with.
A cozy and easily located option. Lovely place to chill or to while away time waiting for someone. Awesome alternative to Starbucks!
Tom N Toms Coffee is a coffee chain that is everywhere in Korea; and while I can’t find anything to really shout about, it holds a special place in my heart as it is the first Korean coffee chain to step into Singapore!