A Bite of Bagel Worth the Open Run

London Bagel Museum

๐Ÿ“33, Eonju-ro 168-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

๐Ÿ“• Brick Lane Sandwich Bagel 6,800 won

๐Ÿ“• Jambon Beurre Sandwich Bagel 8,500 won

๐Ÿ“• Plain Bagel 3,800 won

โ€ป Menu/prices are subject to change.

โฐ Mon-Sun 08:00 AM – 06:00 PM

It’s not a rice cake, yet it’s chewy. The chewiness of the dense bagel combined with the nutty flavor of sesame already delivers a satisfying punch. It’s ‘jambon beurre,’ but not overly salty. In fact, it’s quite pleasant. The seasoning is perfect for the chewy bagel. Think of it as a Korean-patched ‘jambon beurre’ bagel. The ‘brick lain’ is a bulked-up cream cheese. Sandwiched between slices of black sesame-covered bread, the cream cheese is indulgent. Honey is generously drizzled, providing a harmonious blend of chewiness and sweetness in each bite. It’s an enchanting taste reminiscent of a croissant. The packaged ‘chive scallion onion’ bagel is a hit among Koreans. The intense aroma of scallions, a touch of spicy chives, sweet and chewy onion, and cream playfully dance in your mouth.

For those who want to enjoy a chewy bagel under the sunlight on a terrace, I recommend the London Bagel Museum Dosan branch. It’s a highly popular cafรฉ, so be prepared for a wait. Opting for an open run might lessen the waiting time. If you’re looking to experience the ambiance of London Dong in Gangnam-gu, this is a must-visit. Dosan Park is a vibrant neighborhood with plenty to see, making it a delightful area for a stroll. And it’s not just this shop; you can capture several Instagram-worthy photos throughout the area.

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