There are so many instagramable cafes in Seoul. Lately, many of these cafes are popping up in the Seongsu district. You can find several industrial style cafes, like Cafe Onion, Daelim Warehouse Cafe, and Baesan. However, there are also cafes there that bank on the interior decorating skills of the owner. Lately, it is a hip neighborhood in terms of cafe culture, and Share D’tables lived up to the standard.

This time, my friend Adva and I visited Share D’tables a super cute cafe/restaurant with amazing decor and lovely drinks. If you want cute, pastel colours with a bright ambiance and vibrant decorations this place is for you!

Adva and I had a full day of cafe hunting planned. Although we also would visit, the Alison Wonderland Cafe, C27, and Raintree, we started out at Share D’tables.  The ambiance impressed us, there were several seats and an outdoor patio. It was bright, airy and a perfect way to relax and spend a few hours chatting.

Furthermore, you’re into photos this place is a perfect location. The staff is friendly and easy going. You will have no problem moving throughout the cafe and taking photos. The food looked delicious, as well, but since we planned to eat cheesecake at C27 we obtained from eating at this cafe.
I would highly recommend this cafe, as it’s one of the prettiest ones I’ve been to in a while. It reminded me quite a bit of Zapangi and I am curious if they are run by the same company.


More Information About Share D’Tables
Address 315-55, Seongsu-dong 2-ga, Seongdong-gu, Seoul
Cuisine Restaurant
Price Range 10,000 ~ 20,000 Won