Review by Janine Perri, ETA ’15-’16
Restaurant Name: Fall in Coffee
Foods Served: Coffee, wine, dessert
Restaurant Address: 463-6 Daeseong-dong, Gimhae-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
From Gimhae National Museum subway station, take the exit closest to the bridge. Walk toward the Gimhae Tourist Information Center, which will be on your left. The café is across the street.
Cost: 5000-6000 won
Fall in Coffee is a coffee shop and roasting house located across the street from the Gimhae Tourist Information Center and the Gimhae National Museum.
The café has a large selection of different coffees, espressos, wine, and iced beverages. This café features coffee beans from many Asian and Latin American countries. The coffee can be a little expensive, with most cups costing at least 5000 won. Fall in Coffee also has a dessert selection that includes cakes and cookies. The staff does not speak English, but they are quick to provide a menu and take your order.
This two-story building has indoor and outdoor seating. The outdoor seating overlooks the parking lot, but the indoor seating is inviting and cozy. The interior has comfortable chairs and lovely wooden tables.
If you are doing some sightseeing in the area or you would like to spend some time chatting with friends or working on your laptop, I highly recommend this cafe.