On our third day in Seoul, we woke up early and went back to Hongdae to check the place out in the morning. We spent a good hour and a half in Hongdae exploring and doing street photography. From Hongdae, we took the train going to Anguk Station and made our way out to Exit #3.
As we were walking out to Exit #3, I saw this cafe with an amusing name: Bread is Ready, Coffee is Done (BRCD). Since we haven't had any proper breakfast yet, we decided to stop by and have late morning tea. The aroma of coffee and freshly-baked bread was also inviting.
Even if lengthy, I fancy the name and their logo. As a foodie, the name of a restaurant/cafe has an impact on me, plus, how they brand themselves with their logo and interiors.
Bread is Ready, Coffee is Done has cozy interiors with good, non-intrusive lighting. Most walls are covered in doodles and artworks.
It is a cafe, bakery and restaurant. They not only serve cakes and pastries, they also offer dishes such as burgers and pasta.
It was nearly 12 noon when we got to BRCD but we craved for just good coffee and bread that time since it was our official sit down meal for the day. I think our tummies seemed to be running on Australian time still because it would've been nearly 9:00am in Sydney--so that meant morning tea for us.
I had my usual Cafe Americano and now that I'm on my third day, I'm convinced that they make really good Americanoes here. Their coffee was smooth and rich.
I don't remember the names of the bread we had but mine, I think, was cheese bread. While the Husband had a roll with fillings inside. I can't remember what that filling was though. Their bread was light and not too sweet.
We left Bread is Ready, Coffee is Done satisfied and newly-charged with energy as we excitedly went off to our next stop: Changdeok Palace (coming next on our Wanderlust Wednesdays this week).We visited BRCD on 20 April 2011.
Bread is Ready, Coffee is Done
Located in Anguk Station