Friday, January 13, 2017

Andeok-Myeon - Salon de 소자 38

Address: 서귀포시 사계남로 안덕면 168
Address:168 Sagyenam-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo, Jeju-do
Facebook: I can't find an official facebook page...
Vegetarian: Options available.
Other Food Notice: This place loves cheese.
Hours: 10:00-23:00
Price Range: Drinks are between 4-6,000 and meal items are 10-15,000 KRW.
Parking: There is parking next to the cafe and also nearby.

I really like this cafe and have been here a number of times. It's not too far from where I live, has a great view, and a good atmosphere. I also miss having a panini sandwich every now and again. The cafe sits on a corner and has two entrances:

This entrance faces the sea.
What I think of as the "Main" entrance.
As I was leaving last weekend, I took this shot of the interior (strategically placed so you don't see most of the people present):
Some of the tables and chairs inside the store.
Being an antique-style cafe, there are a lot of cool things to look from the assortment of chairs, pieces of artwork and knickknacks. They recently redesigned their menu and it looks pretty slick, too. The menu has English translations and the owner can also speak English--in fact I've tried talking to her in Korean and she has switched to English. She also has a really good memory for faces. The second time I visited was a really long time after I first went and yet she welcomed me back. It was nice.

If you've never tried a pumpkin latte, I recommend giving it a shot. I think I've also had the almond one as well, but can't remember now if that was here or somewhere else.

Note that any type of "ade" in Korea is mixed with a fizzy pop (probably the Korean "Cider") like 7-Up or Sprite. The cafe has a number of smoothie options as well as other cold drinks that include ice cream! A delicious treat in hot weather (cold weather, too! Just order and stay longer before going back outside).

Apparently they sometimes have a chicken panini (which I did not know), but you have to ask specifically if it is available that day.

I've tried many of the menu items (not all) and haven't ordered something that I didn't like yet.

And last, while the menu pictures feature pictures, here are a couple that I took of my friend's meal and my own:
Could wait to take a picture of this Beef and Cheese Panini
Beef and Spinach Quesadilla
Until next time,

Love and Hugs

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