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Le Briller: An All Day Brunch Cafe in Songridan-gil, Seoul

If you’re looking for a cozy brunch place with a little shorter waiting line in the trendy neighborhood of Songpa-gu, well you are in for a treat because I had just discovered one rec for you.

Le Briller (르브리에): An All Day Brunch Cafe

Le Briller is an all-day brunch cafe located in the popular Songridan-gil, an area known for its stylish cafes, trendy boutiques, and lively nightlife, as well as its stunning views of the Lotte World Tower. 

Location and Wait Time

Seemingly opened not too long ago, Le Briller is located nearby Arang Park which is slightly tucked away from the main street of Songridan-gil, and this can result in a shorter wait time compared to other popular cafes in the area. I visited the cafe during one of the busiest hours (Saturday at lunch), and there was only one waiting team before my turn. And it took around 15 minutes before I got seated. 

What’s on the Menu?

Le Briller’s menu is a brunch lover’s dream, with a focus on artisanal toast options, delectable desserts, and classic brunch dishes. The cafe’s menu is designed to cater to a range of tastes and preferences, with selections for both sweet and savory palates. And because they don’t provide an English menu, here’s a brief description of each item:

  • Plain Toast (플레인):  A toast option that is sprinkled with icing sugar and served with a dollop of whipped cream and honey.
  • Berry Toast (베리베리): the plain toast selection with an addition of banana, strawberry, and blueberry.
Brunch Dishes:
  • Egg on Top (에그 온 탑): A classic French toast topped with ham, tomato, lettuce, and arugula egg.
  • Egg Pot (에그팟): A Le Briller bread dish stuffed with spinach served with bacon and cheese.
  • Le Briller Brunch (르브리에 브런치): A French toast plate that comes with bacon, sausage, asparagus, and baby corn among others
  • Egg in Hell (에그 인 헬): Bread & Tomato soup
  • Grilled Salad (구운 야채 샐러드): grilled vegetables (tomato, eggplant, baby corn, asparagus) with balsamic dressing
  • Ricotta Salad (리코타 계절과일 샐러드): a salad dish topped with ricotta cheese and seasonal fruits sided with orange based dressing


During my visit, I ordered what seemed to be the star of the menu: Egg in Hell, while my companion opted for a Le Briller Brunch plate. Both dishes were delicious. 

Le Briller’s Egg in Hell

My Egg in Hell was basically a set of tomato soup sided with four pieces of grilled bread. The soup was rich and creamy, with all the meaty ingredients including shrimps, egg, and cheese cooked to perfection. The sided bread was also exceptional, with a crispy exterior and a soft, chewy interior that added a satisfying crunch to each bite.

Le Briller Brunch

I also sneaked a taste on the Le Briller Brunch and it was pretty tasty. Each element of the dish was delicious, especially the sausage which I personally think finding a truly tasty one in Korea is quite a challenge. The eggy bread was also a good accompaniment to the rest of the dish. Overall, it was a satisfying meal. 


While the food is delicious, they can be a bit pricey considering the portion being served. The only downside to the menu is that the portion sizes can be on the smaller side. This is especially true for the brunch options, which may not be enough to fully satisfy those with bigger appetites. However, for those looking for a lighter meal, the smaller portions may be just right.

Overall, Le Briller is a fine spot for anyone looking for a delicious brunch or coffee experience with a short wait time in the vibrant Songridan-gil neighborhood. So, next time you are in the area, be sure to check out this charming all-day brunch cafe! 

Access Map

Quick Info of Le Briller

Address: 서울 송파구 백제고분로43길 8 . 1층 일부(송파동)

Hours: 10:00AM-6:00PM (Tue-Sun) | Closed on Mon

Naver Map: Link

Phone: 0507-1459-2116

Things to do near Songridan-gil

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