Sunday brunch. It was the first time my native Korean cousins and I went to Seorae Village (서래마을). People also refer to it as "Petit France" (Little France). As we walked to The Page (더페이지) for a hearty meal, we concluded that there's nothing very French about Korea's Little France. Trust me. I've been to Paris twice. Starbucks and other chain business were more present than French words. Nonetheless we enjoyed our meal.
The Oatmeal Steak with tangy salad and pickled veggies. Oatmeal is sprinkled on the buns, but where's the steak? The more appropriate title for the dish is "Caramelize Onion Sandwich." Aside from the name dispute, the Oatmeal Steak was the tastiest part of our brunch.
The cheesy Mini Gratin with three crispy breads. When it came to flavor, the sausages were a close first place with the Oatmeal Steak.
Our brunch from top. It must be awesome to be a bird. Everything looks more exciting from the top.
Rye Berry Scones for 3,000 won each.
Bread so fresh your eyes will evaporate. These babies go fast. Better buy them while you can!
Carby Clouds~ These guys look so cushiony. I was tempted to jump on them and bounce right off.
The view when you enter The Page. Order and pick-up your meal on the right. Seating areas on left, right and up the stairs. Many places to sit yet the restaurant gets packed.
Second floor. The architecture is made of neutral colors: wood, concrete and metal. The colorful art stands out.
Third floor. We finally find a place to sit.
The art on every floor is made by and dedicated to none other than the precious generation who will one day rule the world: children ♥
Afterwards we went to Cafe O'Fete for coffee and tea.
Address (in Korean): 서울 서초구 방배동 796-29 796-29
Address (in English): Bangbae-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul