[SEOUL] This is one bakery café for the Pretzel lovers. It’s Pretzels, Pretzels, and more Pretzels.

Pretzels are twisted bread snacks, traditionally salted and baked, known for their distinctive knot-like shape. And you can find them in all sorts of flavours here.

Breadypost 브레디포스트 is a pretzel-specialty bakery café, which promises a slice of European charm at several hip Seoul areas.

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You can find a couple of outlets in the hot cafe spots, such as Yeonnam, Seongsu, Myeongdong, Yongsan, and Seongdong.

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I visited the outlet at Yeonnam, characterised by its cream-coloured European-inspired exterior and red postbox.

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To get there by subway, exit from Hongik University Station (Hongdae) Exit 3 and walk approximately 5 minutes.

It is located next to the Yeonnam Police Box, making it an easy spot to find.

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The cafe’s Pretzels are made fresh daily, ensuring that each bite delivers on both taste and texture.

You get them displayed all out for customers to choose. The whole premise kind of reminded me of London Bagel Museum and Cafe Layered, though vibes weren’t as bustling.

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Choices range from the classic plain pretzel (perfect for purists), to more elaborate offerings like the Egg Bacon, Butter Pepper, Tomacorn, and Pepperoni.

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For those with a sweet tooth, there are the Dirty Chocolate, Almond, Coconut Kaya and Choco Vanilla.

Each Pretzel is priced from 4,800 Won onwards.

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The Pepperoni Pretzel (5,500 Won) felt like having a pizza.

There was this deliciously warm, savoury flavour, where the pepperoni added a spicy, meaty kick.

Texture wise, it was soft and chewy – somewhat unlike the traditional German types I had.

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The Almond Pretzel (5,800 Won) had a sweet and nutty taste, with the almonds providing a crunchy contrast to the doughy softness.

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The cafe also serves up a range of drinks, from Real Chocolate Latte (6,500 Won), BP Apple Milktea (6,500 Won), Iced Lemonade (6,800 Won), to Grapefruit Ade (6,800 Won).

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You may find yourself enveloped in a space that feels somewhat European, with thoughtful decor and attention to details.

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Breadypost 브레디포스트
8 Yeonnam-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울 마포구 연남로 8
Opening Hours: 10am – 8pm (Mon – Sun)

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