Vanilla Kitchen is what I would imagine Martha Stewart’s kitchen to look like; clean cut and simple, yet warm and homey. Fresh and dried flowers can be found along the walls and on every table. Soft splashes of blues, purples and grays color the furniture and walls with a lovely feminine touch. A small library
이태원 (Itaewon) is a melting pot of cultural diversity, not just in regards to the people, but the restaurants and cafes as well. The streets are jam packed with a wide assortment of unique and delicious places to peak your tongue’s interest. I never had much of an excuse to linger around 이태원, but since
Seoul is chockfull of tiny little restaurants, cafes and boutiques. I guess that’s part of its charm; leave no crevice unfilled. This particular “charm” also makes it very difficult to find good/ unique places. I can imagine this to be particularly frustrating for tourists on a time schedule, or others who are staying in Korea temporarily.
What if I told you that there was a place that had a course menu with no food on it? You’d probably think I was crazy. Being of sound mind, I can assure you there is such a place… a haven for coffee lovers if you will. Caffe 꽃을 피우고, which roughly translates to “the