Monday, October 17, 2011

Coco Bruni

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I just had a 10 second long dejavu session scrolling down these pictures in the draft. WEIRD!!!

I had no sleep the night before (spent the night shopping till 8 in the morning!!) Popped back to the room, checked out my new buys and took a hot shower and OFF I go again to the streets!! Not without a cuppa PB hot latte with no syrup!!! Is it me or that I just love my latte without any sugar? Starbucks latte can go suck my toes okay, even I myself can make a better cup!!

Met up with baby Seulgi T___T The last time I saw her was back in Melbourne! She's now a graduate and damn, the Koreans sure do know how to torture fresh grads! They have to write like some sort of short story to submit along with their resume!

Meant to try out Coco Bruni the last time I was in Seoul but didn't get to. I was left with 30% body battery, too tired to continue walking and I kept hinting to Seulgi that why not we get a drink. And another half of the shopaholic side was like let's check out this cute little shop that sells cute accessories, and shoes, and clothes, and more clothes and maybe some cute knick knacks. And tadaa here we are at Coco Bruni. Good coffee, only manage to try this overly sinfully sweet chocolate delice, complete with 4 mini macaron shells at the side. Sold cause it looked prettiest amongst the others. :P


And I need to work on my "sip-the-coffee" look. Koreans do it better huh? lolll

ps: the cafe looks really empty but actually it was full at the corners ie windows, booths etc. Why people don't like to sit on ordinary seats ar!?



Coco Bruni Chocolatier & Barista
Garosu-gil
Sinsa Station Exit 8, walk straight till you reach a handphone store and turn left. Or easier option, just follow the crowd! :D

3 comments:

Kim L. said...

It's so nice to have a korean friend to bring you around Seoul. I wanna go so badly T_T

mustardqueen said...

kim: hahahaha you're in Melbourne right?? Make some korean friends! So when they return to Korea u can join them and ask them to bring you around!! :P It's different la cause then they can order for you AHAHAHA cause I speak like super minimal korean and dunno how to use hand gestures like the Italians wtf

Kim L. said...

Yeah still in Melbourne. I don't think the Koreans want to be friends with me. :( My cousin's ex gf is a Korean, I was so angry when they broke up! 1 less korean friend T_T We were supposed to go n a trip together.

Keep posting about Seoul please so I can use your blog as a reference the next time I go to Korea :) kamsahamnida!