This Korean Cafe Serves Keyboard Waffles and Computer Mouse Bread

By: David Ingram - Sep 25, 2015
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Tech enthusiasts visiting South Korea will want to be sure stop by this brunch spot where the menu features computer-themed culinary items.

Located in Jeju, South Korea the 'Cafe Int.' serves unique brunch and dessert options with a technological twist. Menu items include sugary breakfast waffles shaped like blocky keyboards, dessert bread covered in chocolate and made to resemble a computer mouse and a dish named 'Buffering' that consists of fried onion rings and cuttlefish. Even the name of the cafe itself is a play on the programming code 'Integre.'

While it may seem odd at first to have a restaurant so closely tied to computer technology, the location of this establishment makes it a perfect fit. The computer-themed brunch spot is actually located inside the Nexon Computer Museum, and makes for a perfect pairing after exploring the history of computers.