Last Sunday JH and I met up with Gabi from Seoul Searching for lunch. I have heard from Roboseyo of the goodness of this place and so knew it was time to check it out. He was kind enough to send me a scan of the their map.
This is the area where you going to make that right onto the side street. It is an uphill climb so this should be a good sign you found it.
Some graffiti that was seen going uphill.
Go up the hill a little and soon you will see another side street on the left. Take that turn. The next picture shows us looking down the next side street where tucked in the brick wall, on the right, is Jenny's Bread.
As for the food it was amazing! Thoughtful and very well prepared I can tell you that the price matches the quality and taste. I ordered a proscuito sandwich with the soup of the day. They got everything right. Meaning my sandwich didn't have any odd ball ingredients such as peanut butter with jalapenos.
The bread was seasoned with olive oil and inside was real mozzeralla cheese. I savored every bite and was grateful to know a place like this exists and cares about quality sandwiches.
The soup was also very delightful. I wasn't sure of the ingredients but we speculated it was a squash soup. It has been a long time, it seems that I can remember having a soup that both warmed me up and delighted my senses.
JH didn't seem too impressed with the taste of the soup and thought it to be strange. But he was hungry and ate it all anyways. Do you see those croutons in there? My goodness how they added a lovely extra texture, mostly because they were slightly dipped in olive oil first so that when you took a bite there was a smooth warm oil feeling in your mouth. Hmmm I don't know how to describe this~! haha
Let's just say I will look forward to my next visit to Jenny's Bread and would like to visit their cafe as well. I hope you go too and help keep their business alive.
More graffiti seen in Hongdae~