Kyotofu

Yongsan-gu Hannam-dong 682-1 Seoul South Korea

02-749-1488

10:30-24:00

http://www.kyotofu-seoul.com/

Kyotofu is the Korean offspring of the famous Japanese desert bar in New York.

 

Kyotofu features eclectic combination of Japanese food ingredients flown in from Kansai, Japan with Western-style sweet desert menu.  Kyotofu self-describes its food, “With our emphasis on all-natural, organic, and healthful ingredients, Kyotofu is preparing the palate for new levels of refinement – one soybean at a time!”

 

Signature sweet tofu is one of the most popular and will cost 9,000 won. (a bit steep since NY version will only set you back $7)

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