Since my return from the West Coast, I had yet to narrate the happenings of my first KCON experience in detail to my mukbang partner. The entire recount took several hours, with the inclusion of an unforeseen delay intertwined within. It wasn't until just before rush hour that we set for late afternoon sustenance.
The first stop was One Ten Cafe, for I craved their Cold Brew Kyoho on a significant level. Not a single image was able to be captured though, since parking is non-existent and I was on the constant lookout for reinforcement crews.
A peculiarly quiet scene at Pacific Mall welcomed us: there was minimal congestion at the Steeles accessway and an abundance of parking spots. We made a beeline for Soul Cafe, which was, again, suprisingly empty.
Unlike my previous visit, the girl at the cashier was speedy with her craft. In under two minutes, she slid a paper container filled to the brim with delicate milk flakes, a heaping scoop of cookies 'n' cream ice cream, and layers of Oreo crumb goodness. Two thin Oreos topped off the concoction in a Mickey Mouse ear format.
I found the dessert incredibly delectable, while ochungg noted that the P-Mall outpost also resisted dissolution better than the original spot.
Forty minutes later, we finally departed with freshly-baked cakes in hand. They were a little less cheesy than the ones found downtown, though exhibited a cleaner, more uniform finish.
The situation was as troublesome as Alchemy's across the street, though perhaps slightly milder given that I hadn't needed to beware of snow on the ground.