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#1,982 of 2,025 Coffee & Tea in Seoul
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Reviewed August 2, 2018 via mobile

They tell you to go sit. So you sit down, and you wait. You watch other people pass by, ordering, and then taking their seats. Wouldn't you get curious as to WHY they made you sit down with no other explanation? So I go up...to ask them, and they reply that they thought I had someone with me. I responded, saying "Who are you to ASSUME I have someone with me? You should've asked." They look flustered, and change their excuse, saying that they were worried that I couldn't find a seat. That really doesn't make sense, does it, when so many other people passed by and just ordered. I was telling them that, and the male staff member said "What am I supposed to do?" in an incredibly rude way. Then another customer came from behind me and then the staff proceeded to ignore me and get their orders. No apologies, just excuses and ultimate disrespect were given to me. They seem to pick and choose who they want as customers, and seem to be unable to say a simple 'Sorry' that even children are able to say.More

Date of visit: August 2018
Reviewed February 13, 2016

We were surprised that this teahouse that serves mostly tea and coffee and deserts had a few menu options. I am Mexican American and noticed they had a burrito for 4,000KW. Because we were slightly hungry from visiting museums all day and especially because they...had a burrito, that was enough to draw me in. For being located inside a museum, the prices of the snack foods and drinks aren’t horrible. The ambiance is far superior to a snack shop or cafeteria but less elegant than a fine dining restaurant. You do pay first and pick up your own tray and deliver it back to the counter when you are finished so it’s not full service but it’s not a huge restaurant so it’s ok. All in all we were glad we stopped for a 30 minute respite and snack and I bet you would too.More

Date of visit: February 2016
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