1564, Nakdong-daero, Sasang-gu, Busan
Gombo Sikdang is proud to have served various fresh raw meat like omasum and liver for over 30 years thanks to its location close to Gupo slaughterhouse. Galbisal (beef short ribs), yukhoe (beef tartare), Daechang sogeumgui (grilled tripe), and Gopchang-jeongol (beef tripe hot pot) are famous meals in the restaurants. Seonji-guk (ox blood stew) served after meat is another tasty item on the menu here.
3, Chokseok-ro 207beon-gil, Jinju-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Cheonhwang Sikdang is located near Jungang Market. It is a Korean-style house that has been remodeled into a great restaurant. Since this restaurant has been around for three generations, it is well-known in the Jinju area. The atmosphere of this restaurant blends well with the wooden facade and jar stand. Recommended dishes are Yukhoe Bibimbap and Seoksoe Sobulgogi, which draw many customers.
5, Gyeryong-ro 11-gil, Geoje-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Located nearby Public Stadium in Gohyeon-dong, Geoje-si, Gyeongsangnam-do, Hanugwan serves hanu (Korean beef) along with sogalbi (beef ribs), samgyeopsal (grilled pork belly), dwaejigalbi (pork ribs), beoseot jeongol (mushroom hot pot) and other menus.
12, Seongpo-ro 3-gil, Geoje-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Pyeonghwa Raw Fish Restaurant is a family business that has been serving the same menu at the same location for over 50 years. The restaurant uses its homemade original soybean paste and gochujang (Korean chili paste) for flavors and live fish freshly caught from the southern sea of the Korean peninsula, known to be the most fresh and flavorful fish available within the country.
135, Sejong-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul
Great Shanghai is a Chinese restaurant serving deliciously genuine Sichuan and Beijing-style cooking, with shark's fin directly imported from Sanji as their specialty. Aside from shark's fin, the authentic Peking duck is another must-try specialty. The restaurant also offers Deng Xiaping's favorites, Mapadubu and Ddanddanmyeon.
135, Sejong-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul
Danube presents authentic Italian spaghetti, pizza, and Western-style steaks in the elegance of a European interior.
19, Junggu-ro 24beon-gil, Jung-gu, Busan
Located in Gukje Market near Gwangbokno Road at the heart of Busan, Keunjip
restaurant is quite accessible; but it is a little difficult for first-time visitors to locate the exact entrance.
Still, the serving staff welcomes everyone at the door and offers a variety of seafood ‘jjim’ (steamed dishes) and ‘hanjeongsik’ (Korean table d’hote).
Don’t forget to try Keun Jip’s ‘bulgogi jjim’ (marinated and steamed beef) served with tasty ‘gejang’ (uncooked crab preserved in soy sauce), everyone’s favorite ‘kimchi’, nutritious ‘toran’ (taro dishes), and 10 other side dishes. Another delicacy is ‘haemul jjim’ (steamed seafood) which is seasoned with hot spices and served with ‘kongnamul’ (bean sprouts).
124, Minam-ro, Dongnae-gu, Busan
Geochangmaetdol is located near Oncheonjang, Geumjeongsanseong Fortress, as well as Busan Baseball stadium and sport complex and it uses fresh tofu made daily.
On the first floor, the hall is set up for individuals to have a meal such as Maetdol sundubu (tofu), haemul sundubu (seafood tofu stew), gul sundubu (oyster tofu stew), gogi sundubu (meat tofu stew), galbi sundubu(short rib tofu stew), as well as tofu stew, tofu with kimchi, mapa dubu, and cheonggukjang (rich soybean paste). The second floor is appropriate for groups or families, enjoying dubu galbi-jjim (tofu with braised short ribs), dubu bossam (napa wraps with pork), sundubu-jeongol, kong-guksu (noodles in cold soybean soup), and more to choose from.
793, Nambu-ro, Yeongdong-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do
Songcheon Garden is famous for its stunning eco-friendly harmony of the resturant building with the geographic surroundings. This image is created by a lot of fountains and water falls made from the valley of Bakdalsan Mountain. The wooden house build with Japanese cedar offers a pleasant atmosphere. Also, a fishery in the restaurant using a mix of clean underground water and natural streams gives a fresh taste to the freshwater fish.
Sliced raw freshwater and spicy fish stew are the main menus. The maeuntang (spicy fish stew) features a savory taste with green onion, garlic, and vegetables along with doenjang (soybean paste) and gochujang (Korean chili paste).
75, Amnamgongwon-ro, Seo-gu, Busan
Songdo Park is a four-story building where customers can enjoy the view of the woods along the coastal road during the daytime and the fantastic nightscape of the coast at night. The first floor is a galbi restaurant specializing in grilling fresh beef ribs. Grilling beef allows the fat to naturally drain away from the meat, preventing the meat from being burned on the outside while equally grilling the inside of the meat, preserving the meat's natural taste inside. The third floor is a traditional Chinese restaurant called Junggukgwan. A chef with experience at a five-star hotel offers Chinese food that have been modified to suit the Korean palate. The meals are good enough to satisfy the taste buds of gourmet diners. The fourth floor is a hoe (raw fish) specialty restaurant.
26-8, Samseong-ro 75-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
Gourmet Home specializes in dishes with traditional Oriental herbs. The sauces and seasonings made from natural ingredients such as ginseng, deodeok (Codonopsis lacneolata) and bellflowers are very delicious, as are the low-fat steamed and roasted dishes. This place is filled with pleasant aromas from food that is known to boost one's immune system.
100, Yulmun-gil, Sinbuk-eup, Chuncheon-si, Gangwon-do
Sigol Makguksu specializes in Chuncheon’s signature dish “makguksu” (buckwheat noodles with spicy sauce and vegetables). Preserving a proud culinary tradition of over 30 years, Sigol Makguksu serves some of the area’s finest noodles as well as pyeonyuk (slices of boiled meat) and traditional tofu dishes. The restaurant is located in Sinbuk-eup past the Yeou Gogae Pass to the north of downtown Chuncheon.