I am the type of person who enjoys spending the afternoon with a lovely cup of tea and a yummy dessert while just basking in the ambiance of a place. Thankfully, I came across the perfect cafe in Incheon called 79 Founyard. Then, I was blown away when I discovered this lovely mint cafe is, in fact, a chain.
This is by far one of the best cafes I have ever been in terms of ambiance!! The place was beautiful, there was nice, calm music playing. Plus, the colors inside and outside instantly changed my mood.
The light mint cafe colors paired with the natural vegetation brought a smile to my face. It was the perfect brief escape from city life. Overall, all the decorations there made me feel comfortable and I would definitely go again.
There are a lot of different types of croffles, cakes, and tarts on the menu as well as some milk-based beverages. However, my friends and I ordered an Ade and croffle. I must say, it was beyond my expectations! Not only was it delicious but also extremely cute and perfect for taking photos.
Before my order even arrived I realized just how Instagrammable everything was by looking around me. Everyone’s food and drinks were very well made and each item had its own signature style to it.
The price was also not very expensive, which was quite surprising. I have paid far more for far less at Korean cafes. Considering the location and the design of the mint cafe, 79 Founyard is very reasonably priced.
Nice Photo Spots
This cafe had a lot of beautiful spots. And, of course, it would be easy to find a good place to take not only food pictures but also a picture of yourself! I was lucky enough that the day I went was quite sunny and in the afternoon. It was the perfect lighting to capture some new profile pictures!
Personally, one of my favorite spots to snap some pictures was outside of the cafe. All of 79 Founyard’s locations have a mint cafe exterior. Plus, the majority of them also have vines climbing down the front.
How to get there
Although 79 Founyard looks like a stand-alone cafe, there are actually 71 locations spread out all over Korea. They currently have 19 stores in Seoul. Most of their locations are along Korea’s west coast, with locations in both large and medium-sized cities. However, there are a also locations in Andong, Daegu, Ulsan, and Busan.
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