Coffee Mall is located off the main strip just down one of the side alleys. Go down to the orange Centro and it’s 4 shops down on the right. It’s a warm cheerful place with rustic decorations. Photos hanging on a line with clothes pins, wood tables, recycled coffee rucksacks made into place mats. In the corner is a brass plaited coffee roaster, so right away you know they will have good fresh coffee.
Their menu is more extended than several places I’ve seen in the area. Hand drip coffees for 5,000-13,000 won depending on the quality of the bean. Classic teas such as Darjeeling, Earl Gray, and Aasam for 4,500-5,500 won. Traditional espresso drinks for 3,000-6,000 won. Specialty drinks such as Affogato (a delicious concoction, usually a scoop of vanilla ice cream or gelato with a shot of espresso poured over top), frappuccinos, white chocolate, green tea lattes, chai tea lattes, sweet potato latte, and smoothies for 4,000-6,000 won. And keeping up with current trends they also offer waffles for 2,000 won (+ 2,000 won if you want it topped with ice cream or fruit) and other pastries.
I had the chai tea latte today for 3,500 won. It was good and their skill was demonstrated with a bubbly Rosetta on top. I think they use a powdered chai mix, similar to matcha, because the latte was very thick and rich with that similar after taste. The foam was deliciously thick and creamy. Though the bottom was a little powdery and strong, confirming the above suspicion. Overall very good. It was a nice treat to enjoy while I warm up from the rainy weather outside. And I’m sure I’ll be back for more. They are much closer than my usual place.
To Get There:
Head down the main strip 0.29 Km to where the orange Centro building is, take a right, Coffee Mall is the 4th store down on the right.
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