Where: Jeju City, Halla Daehak-ro 87-1. From Halla College, head east. It will be a couple of blocks down, on your left, across the street from the S-Oil station.
Hours: Kitchen’s open Friday – Sunday, 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. with last orders at 8:30 p.m. Call Sophia ahead of time if you are looking to place a large order.
Menu: Amazing creations made from all-natural, locally grown organic produce. Blueberry noodles, chicken salad, sweet pumpkin ravioli, quiches, sandwiches, and fish and chips, just to name a few of her creations.
Taste: This isn’t just food, it’s art! Creative, tasty, spot on and sure to leave you wanting more. Don’t just take my word for it, try the crèmebrulee!
Price: Can you put a price on quality? An Americano will run you 3,000 while fresh mackerel fish and chips will set you back 18,000 won.
Interior: Unique aesthetics. Fresh produce is tabled as you walk in. An array of 1,000 won HID bulbs from cuttlefish boats are suspended above the counter. And the menu – it’s the periodic table of ingredients, literally.
Atmosphere: Comfortable and friendly. Have a seat and enjoy a meal with a nice blueberry, strawberry, hallabong, or lemonade, washed down with an after-meal coffee. The restaurant is spacious with ample seating.
Staff: Friendly and hospitable. Caring hands at work!
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