Ever wondered what it’s like to be Alice in Wonderland? This café in Ganghwa Island, South Korea lets patrons experience exactly what it’s like to be Alice stuck in a strange Wonderland.
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Almost everything in this peculiar café is topsy turvy, from the front entrance—featuring two houses leaning against each other at 50-degree angles, making it feel like the whole structure might collapse on you as soon as you walk in—to the doors, windows and even the toilet!
Even though the café’s architecture may be whimsical and unconventional, the café serves pretty standard and classic café fare: various assortments of prettily decorated cakes, desserts, pastries and coffee.
Address: 1061-3 Seondu-ri, Gilsang-myeon, Ganghwa, Incheon
Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily (Closed on Tuesdays)