A friend invited me to the Beautiful Tea Museum: Tea Story in Insadong, Seoul. Here, you can try a variety of teas in a restaurant setting. It’s not a tasting place, it’s a tea restaurant. They play relaxing jazz versions of pop songs and I really enjoyed it here. The price ranges from 7,000₩ and up for a pot of tea. We were the only 2 people in the restaurant which made it feel comfortable but sad to see more people not here to enjoy this tea. But I understand, coffee is more popular than tea. Anyway, if you’re in the area and love tea, I recommend this place!
So it’s been a few months since I’ve made foodie posts. Why? Well this southwestern American gal moved to South Korea!! It has taken me a few months to completely get settled in. I live in the metro area of Seoul and there is a lot of food to try! It’s also taken me some time to find ingredients to cook with and I also don’t have an oven where I Live. So yeah, join me on this adventure to cook and eat in South Korea! I didn’t have time and energy to make a post everyday. So here’s my new life so far!
While on my travels in Asia, I took many photos of food but I don’t know the names of the restaurants. I ate food all over Chinatown, Takashimaya Shopping center and other small shops along the way. Being a travelling foodie tends to have its disadvantages: I enjoy the food and company so much that I forget the details. But Singapore is a foodie’s paradise! There are so many different kinds of foods everywhere! Dim sum, Ramen udon, teppanyaki, burgers, pizza, curry, naan, fries, pandan bread, durian….the list goes on and on! I hope you enjoy viewing these photos and get a chance to experience the foods in Singapore! 🙂