Lusso Lab is located in the quiet historical area of Jeongdong, not far from Deoksugung Palace. The quaint neighborhood is beautiful for a stroll after a meal. The interior is spacious with industrial-style decor. There is an enticing display of cakes by the counter. The staff was friendly but spoke minimal English.
The menu offers Western food such as french toast, American breakfast, eggs benedicts, etc. There are also brunch sets available.
I settled for the brunch set C, which consists of an American breakfast set, a cobb salad, and 2 cups of coffee. We opted for a latte and cappuccino. Also, I ordered a Tiramisu, brioche bread with bechamel sauce, ham, cheese, egg, grilled asparagus, and a Brioche French toast.
The brioche French toast came with homemade ricotta cheese, bacon, walnuts, blueberries, and maple syrup. The French toast was pillowy soft. The ricotta cheese was creamy and smooth with a hint of sweetness, and the bacon was not too salty – a good balance between sweet and savory. The tiramisu could be better. Some parts of the sponge cake were dry, and the taste of the coffee was weak.
Compared to the other dishes, I did not enjoy the American breakfast. It was a bit bland, and I would have preferred toasted bread. The brioche bread with bechamel sauce was good, and the creamy bechamel sauce paired with cheese and ham – was delicious!
Overall, an excellent spot for brunch!
Vanilla french toast 12,800 won.
Croque Madame 9,800 won
Brunch set C 25,800 won
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 20:00 p.m
Saturday & Sunday 9:00 a.m. – 20:00 p.m.
Address: 17 Jeongdong-gil, Jeong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul