Thursday, June 20, 2013

Ann's Coffee and Beer Doll House - CLOSED SUMMER OF 2014

So today after having a 2 day migraine from allergies and puffy eyes, I met my hubby (who traveled to Seoul today) in Pyeongtaek for another experience. We were quite excited about trying this place as it was in some videos when I was searching. Although the videos showed a different place, I think it moved into the place its at now. There is another place where ann's use to be. That is typical with these coffee places as I have run into that a few times already.

 Here's what you see when you walk in.

When we traveled up the stairs, there were lots of school students who started to practice their English on us. Was cute, and interesting at the same time. We talked back and they giggled. 
The hostess lady showed us to a booth thing, behind lace and picket fences.

We were amazed at the space of the place. Wow, could fit about 6 people in it, and there would be plenty of space. There is a little button (similar to Japan when you are ready you press it) on the table, after we looked over the menu, and figured out what we wanted we pressed it, actually pressed it 3 times. The lady who came was super nice, and we did the usual point and smile and laugh cause we all didn't understand each other.  There was a bit of confusion as some of the things were not available so she motioned for another lady to come and help. 
We ordered: 
Blueberry Latte, Mintchoco frappaccino, 
Cheese French Fries, and a cone pizza combo.

Blueberry Latte

Dan's mintchoco frappaccino

Cone pizza combo (microwaved- started to get hard at the end), 
with (below photo) sweet sweet ice tea.

Mixed fries with a cheese spread thing on top. The topping was interesting a really good with a sweet potato after taste.  The food was good, and the conversation was amazing as always. 
Life on life, and who better than my amazing hubby! I love you babe!

Overall feeling of the place:
6 out of 10 coffee beans. 

Although the place was cute, it felt dingy with the lace needing cleaning, and the graffiti on the walls. 
I think a fresh coat of paint would liven it up, and bring it back to its glory days. 
It wasn't our favorite place as of yet, which I was bummed cause I saw lots of videos from the place.
I would try it again, but prefer other places. 

standing away from Pyeongtaek station, right hand up, walk down the ring finger street and take the second left. Walk one blockish thing, and make another left it will be on the right. Its a bright pink sign. 
Would love to hear what you thought of it.

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