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[Seoul - Hongdae] Daily Round Burger Diner - Hongdae Brunch with Burgers and Ricotta Cheese Salad

Daily Round Burger Diner is in the busiest part of Hongdae, but is slightly separated, so it is a little quieter.

Since it was a little quieter, it was perfect for a great, quiet brunch and catch-up session with my wonderful friend.

We started with a Blue Ade, which was fun. I was actually pleasantly surprised because the lemonade was actually made from real lemon! I am so used to cafes and restaurants just making it with Sunkist lemonade.

The blue is obviously not from real fruit, but the lemon was a great surprise!

We decided to be "healthy" and got a Ricotta Cheese Salad. I don't really understand the Ricotta Cheese Salad trend in Korea, but I am still 100% here for it. I even sometimes make it myself at home because it's such a great treat. The greens here were so fresh and I was surprised by how many greens we actually got on our plate. We also got a HUGE amount of basically a whole loaf of bread. The bread was so fresh and fluffy and was actually the perfect amount for how much ricotta cheese we got ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

We also got the Chicken Burger (basically a chicken breast sandwich), which is pretty unique for Korea. Daily Round also has a vegetarian burger on offer, so that's also exciting for Korea! I was so impressed by everything at Daily Round. Everything is made from fresh ingredients. I loved that it also came with a ton of greens. The Korean pickles were also a funny touch. I guess I'd rather have Korean pickles than sweet pickles that usually come with burgers.

The bread is so fresh and everything is made to order. It's kind of a slower chill atmosphere at Daily Round, so I totally loved it. I hope it stays in business for a long time because it's nice to have this atmosphere in the hectic Hongdae (or Seoul in general) atmosphere.

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