The Greek day!
Today, I went to the Greek Day event held at the Village Center in my neighborhood. This event is an event that sells Greek food and tea in the coffee shop and bakery in the Village Center. It was raining a little before we arrived.
This is a phrase you can see in every trash can in our neighborhood's Village Center.
The flowers bloom late this year because of the chilly days. However, the geraniums planted in each village center shop here were blooming beautifully.
In this way, each store holds an event with the phrase “Greek Day” as shown below.
We visited the Premiere pastry shop with the expectation of a Greek dessert and coffee after lunch.
Actually, I have been living in this neighborhood for 9 years, but today is the first time I have visited this store. The inside was cozy and neat.
They were selling Greek desserts with the Greek flag hanging like this. However, there are only about 5 types of desserts, which are not very many.
Among them, we chose baklava and Greek custard.
Baklava is a layered pastry dessert made of filo pastry, filled with chopped nuts, and sweetened with syrup or honey.
A sweet dessert and coffee in the afternoon will unwind after the week.
Myungja Anna Koh