Reservations: Not really necessary
Suggested Items: Cocktails, Bonjour Plate
This fits right in with quirky Hongdae. Imagine some French expats open a bistro out of an old gas station/souvenir shop on Hawaii, and you have Bonjour Hawaii. Coconut trees sit lazily. Scuffed up Hawaiian coffee ads litter the walls. A Hawaiian radio station streams on the speakers. The menu is part Hawaiian and part French. The problem is the menu is so packed and mixed it’s difficult to do anything well. Yet this is one of those places you don’t go to for the food. It’s a unique brief getaway from Seoul–a nice place to lounge around with friends and Tiki drinks.
Other Amenities: English menu
More pictures and menu on Flickr.
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