Hyoja Bakery is a cozy and small bakery famous for supplying nutritious and healthy baked goods for Cheongwadae (the Blue House), Seoul Government Complex and 10 kindergarten schools. The bakery has been in the same spot for nearly 3 decades, located in Seochon, Jongno-gu. The 24/7 store is 3 stories tall, where the 2nd and 3rd floors are used for producing delicious breads, and the 1st floor is the sales venue. From donuts, to croquettes and bagels, they make a wide variety of delicious breads. Among the many great treats, the most famous is the homemade corn bread filled with sweet corn, minced onion, mushrooms, and bamboo shoots. Although Hyoja does not have point saving cards like many chain stores do, it does offer a lot of free samples, and additional free breads for purchases over 10,000 won. Customers make repeat visits for this kind of service only found at small bakeries like Hyoja.
Comment ça marche?
Menu Représentant : corn bread, onion cream cheese soboru ppang (soboro bread)
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Jour de l'inauguration : 1986-03-06
Heures : 07:30-24:00
Des places de parking : Not available
Politique de réservation : Inquiries (+82-2-736-7629), Reservation on-site available.
Off jours : N/A (open all year round)
Nombre de places : No seating available. Hyoja Cafe is located across the street and has 10 tables where coffee and beverages can be paired with take-out breads from Hyoja Bakery
menu Traitement : Varied bread, cake, etc.
Hyoja Cafe (right across the street)
Installations pour les handicapés
Hyoja Cafe has restrooms.
54, Pirundae-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul