The Baker’s Table | Seoul Bakery Restaurant

Seoul bakery restaurant The Baker's Table

The Baker’s Table Seoul Bakery Restaurant

Seoul’s best (and only) German bakery restaurant for almost 10 years now, The Baker’s Table delivers a true taste of home for visitors & expat residents of Korea.

For Korean guests, it delivers an authentic German dining experience in the heart of Itaewon.

Unlike most local bakeries, this Seoul bakery opens every day bright and early at 8 am with shelves stacked high with hearty, authentic German breads and pastries.

In addition to amazing German baked goods, we offer breakfast and brunch everyday, great Western sandwiches and burgers, authentic German schnitzel & bratwurst and lovely beverages in a comfortable atmosphere.

Introducing German Chef Micha Richter

The Baker’s Table is owned and operated by 20-year Seoul resident Micha Richter.

Originally sent to Seoul, Korea as a chef at one of the many 5-star hotels in Seoul, the capitol city of Korea is now his adopted homeland.

Now Micha gets up bright and early every day to make sure the visitors to this Seoul bakery restaurant can enjoy true German cuisine.

Say, “Hi” when you see Micha around the restaurants working hard to take care of his valued customers.

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Delicious breakfast menu items are available from open until 1 pm. The Baker’s Table offers a true brunch, with delicious soups & stews, sandwiches (including paninis), burgers & schnitzel also available.