Get Hearty Breads, Sandwiches, and Soups at The Baker’s Table
Micha Lichter of Germany started as a pastry chef at the Grand InterContinental Hotel in 1990 and then went on help open restaurants throughout Korea. He has since decided to settle down and do what he loves most: bake. He opened up The Baker’s Table, near Itaewon’s Gyeongnidan Street, in January 2012, and there is always a wide selection of crusty, homemade breads set on a large table. His focaccia topped with herbs and tomato is large and more delicious than many of the pizzas in this country. This is a good place for brunch as well, and I recommend their Farmer’s Table.
The Baker’s Table | 더 베이커스 테이블
Cost: KRW 5,000–10,000 a person
8am–9pm, closed Monday
(244-1 Noksapyeong-daero Yongsan-gu, Seoul | 서울시 용산구 녹사평대로 244-1)
Noksapyeong Station 녹사평역 (Line 6), Exit 2