I need to set the record straight having posted several times about the more challenging aspects of Korean cuisine. As well as all the options to eat anything that comes from the sea, and the kimchi that brings a tingle to the lips and the odd bead of sweat on the forehead, Jeju has an abundance of cafes that are much appreciated. They’re a recent phenomenon on Jeju, I understand, and are a real treat. There are many places in which you can look out over the sea through a picture window and enjoy a drink and a cake or a panini or a baguette.
A common option is honey bread – as in the photo above with some chocolate brownie – a thick slice of sweet bread, topped with cream or ice cream and other agreeable ingredients. Or for something savoury, how about a salad pizza from the pizza restaurant in Moseulpo?