Anticipating my next PyungKang-Cheil Church visit in December, I was reminded of all the wonderful spiritual journey and foodie memories I had during the Summer Retreat in August. I’ll start off with my trip write up with Longbread Farmer’s Kitchen!
Once we checked into Coop Hotel, we rested for a bit and headed out to D’Cube mall for brunch. Seoul’s breads and sandwiches had always impressed me and we started the first meal the western way (unorthodox since it ain’t Kimchi.
Longbread was packed with patrons, and we had to share our seats at the long table. The strawberry smoothie, was AMAZING. Thick, nicely pacing the sweetness, and you could bite in bits of the blended strawberries. I’d rather pay for this RM 12 drink than many of the crappy ones we get in many cafes these days
Although the salad seemed normal, do not be fooled by its looks. The Mayo grilled chicken slices were grilled nicely, tender and locking in the charcoal grill flavour, and the season dressing the salad was a mixture between honey sweetness and balsamic sour savouryness.
Although I am a meat lover, I would thoroughly enjoy this on a “diet” or “I feel guilty overbinging” day.
Ok, moving on! The trademark of Longbread, their grilled sandwiches (literally long bread). It helped made the whole sandwich eating an enjoyable process with juicy layers of grilled bacon added in between. This was truly a trophy sandwich! Worth spending RM 16.
The set up sends a laid back, chill out, really brunch like feel and it truly felt like a Saturday morning with a cuppa, reading the headlines or your favourite novel, or chit chat with your loved ones.
Will surely be back for more of Longbread. December???? Teeheehee.
Longbread, Farmer’s Kitchen 롱브레드 파머스 반
662 D-Cube City디큐브아트센터
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