Cafes with a View: A Guide to Dessert Cafes in Yeosu

Yeosu Cafes with a View

Today, we’re taking you on a virtual tour of three unique dessert cafes with a view. Moreover, each cafe has its own compelling theme, beautiful decor, and Instagram-worthy photo zones. These handpicked spots serve some of the best coffee and desserts in Yeosu. But also offer you stunning ocean views from their rooftop terraces. Whether you’re planning a trip to Yeosu or simply looking for a dose of travel inspiration, these must-visit locations will definitely deliver.

Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!

Cheongsudang Yeosu

Themed Cafes

Cheongsudang Yeosu is located in the mural marine district. It’s not only one of the prettiest cafes in Yeosu but also uniquely decorated with Japanese lanterns. With a narrow stream running alongside the order counter and step stones covering the bottom floor, the cafe exudes a charming atmosphere with its black lava stones contrasting against the warm orange glow of wicker lanterns.

Cheongsudang-best-cafes-Yeosu-drink Cafes with a View: A Guide to Dessert Cafes in Yeosu

Meanwhile, the four floors, each adorned with Japanese bamboo trees on their terraces, stood out as striking features.t. The entrance of Cheongsudang Yeosu features lava step stones over a small koi pond. And the interior boasts lava step stones, wicker lanterns, and soothing water features.

In addition to its captivating ambiance, the cafe offers a signature dessert, the soufflé cake, along with a variety of coffees, teas, and specialty drinks. For a truly memorable experience, I encourage you to explore the rooftop if possible, or alternatively, visit just after sunset to enjoy the serene atmosphere, soothing music, and romantic lighting.


청수당 여수 or Cheongsudang Yeosu49, Goso 3-gil, Yeosu-si, Jeollanam-do

Moi Fin

Instagram Photo Zone

Cafe Moi Fin in Yeosu is an amazing café known for its stunning architecture and incredible views of the sea. As a result, it’s the biggest café in the city and has a warm and inviting atmosphere. The café is located by the sea and blends in beautifully with the surrounding landscape. Inside, it has a simple and modern design with large windows that let in lots of natural light and offer fantastic views of the ocean. The café has multiple levels with plenty of seating. One level even has a dark forest and mirrors, creating a mysterious and magical vibe. You can also go up to the rooftop for a 360-degree view of the sea. The café has lovely trails, gardens, and different spots to sit and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Apart from its stunning looks, Cafe Moi Fin also serves delicious food and drinks. They have a wide selection of pastries, coffees, and desserts that are sure to satisfy your taste buds. You can enjoy your treats while taking in the peaceful views of the ocean and the lovely surroundings. The café is located at 1273-5 Pyeongsa-ri, Dolsan-eup, Yeosu-si, Jeollanam-do, South Korea. It’s open from 9:30 AM to 9:00 PM every day and offers free Wi-Fi, outdoor seating, and takeout options. Unfortunately, it’s not easily accessible by public transportation. And if you’re excited about Cafe Moi Fin, there are even more exciting cafes called Moi Fin Sky and Moi Fin Ocean coming soon. So keep an eye out for them! For more information on Moi Fin, click HERE.


모이핀50, Musulmok-gil, Dolsan-eup, Yeosu-si, Jeollanam-do

Cafe de Mongdol

Cafes With a View

Cafe de Mongdol was quite different than the previous two cafes. In fact, theme was more down to earth– homey even. And while all three have uninterrupted views of the ocean. Cafe de Mongdol is the only one you could walk up to the ocean’s edge and touch the cool water. Which is why this cafe jumped over some of the other cafes that had amazing theatrical value inside, lacked Mother Nature’s directorial skills outside.Cafe de Mongdol set itself apart from the previous two cafes with a theme that was more grounded–almost homey.

Despite all three cafes have panoramic unobstructed ocean views, Cafe de Mongdol was the only cafe that allowed me to stroll right up to the ocean’s edge and feel the cool, salty of water. This singular aspect gave the cafe a considerable edge over others we had visited. Even though some boasted epic interiors, they couldn’t compete with Mother Nature’s unparalleled scenic direction outside.

Cafe de Mongdol serves brunch items. However, neither one of us was hungry. So we just grabbed a snack. Then we sat and listened to the waves gently lapping the shore from our open window. Or to the wave of young people stopping in just long enough to snap a few pictures for the gram.

In Conclusion, all three cafes are worth visiting if you come to Yeosu. Which one is your favorite? Let me know in the comments below.

Like it? Pin it!

20230615_062052_0000-519x778 Cafes with a View: A Guide to Dessert Cafes in Yeosu

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *