Feeling as if I’ve momentarily transferred to a botany department

Savage Garden

๐Ÿ“5, Hoenamu-ro 35-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

๐Ÿ“• Truffle Berry Handmade Greek Yogurt Ball 8,500 won

๐Ÿ“• Greenery Handmade Greek Yogurt Ball 8,500 won

๐Ÿ“• Pecan Scone 4,200 won

โ€ป Menu/prices are subject to change.

โฐ Mon-Sun 10:30 AM – 9:00 PM

Today, I extended my life once again. This is the Truffle Berry homemade Greek yogurt. I ordered the Truffle Berry handmade Greek yogurt. It’s reasonably priced at 8,500 won. The Truffle Berry flavor is both tangy and sweet, with a lingering taste. The Greek yogurt isn’t the super thick style; it’s rather soft. It pairs incredibly well with granola, creating a delightful texture. The taste is so satisfying that it makes you close your eyes the moment you take a bite. You could eat it more than three times a week without getting tired of it.

When you come here, you can hear bird songs from somewhere. If you follow the sound and stop, you realize it’s coming from the speakers. It gives you a feeling of being in a forest for a brief moment. It’s quite cozy and comforting. Since it’s located on the main street of Gyeongnidan-gil, it’s easy to find. If it were close to my home, I would visit every day. The interior space is very spacious. There are plenty of seats, and you’re shielded from external noise, allowing you to experience internal healing. The concept here is clear. Inspired by Western botany departments, they’ve designed the rooms as cultivation rooms, research labs, and lecture halls. It’s the only vegan dessert cafe. The fusion of plant decor and university atmosphere is unique.

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