35, Gunam-ro 29beon-gil, Haeundae-gu, Busan
Yungane Sintoburi Bossam features home-style food made with meat personally picked by the owner, rice harvested from Sunchang, and red pepper powder marinade recipe. The bossam (vegetable wraps with pork) meal is served with a variety of side dishes, including oyster kimchi.
178, Haengjusanseong-ro, Deogyang-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do
Naruter is a dynamic food town that delights the eyes, mouth, ears, and the body. There are always sights to see, a great selection of food to stimulate your taste buds, live music videos to watch, and various subsidiary facilities (karaoke room, Jokgu courts, table tennis courts, etc.) and convenient facilities (free shuttle buses, desserts at the lounge), to ensure that everyone is always entertained. Naruter is comprised of four halls: Hall 1 being the Main Building, Hall 2 the Observatory, Hall 3 Sarangchae, and Hall 4 as the Convention Hall. Lastly, the Convention Hall has been organized for company workshops, lectures, and seminars with state-of-the-art technology (wireless LAN, 200-inch screen, 4000 ANSI projector)
5, Gyeryong-ro 11-gil, Geoje-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Located near Gohyeon-dong Public Stadium in 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.
1564, Nakdong-daero, Sasang-gu, Busan
Gombo Sikdang serves various raw meat like omasum and liver of the freshest quality thanks to its location close to Gupo slaughterhouse. The restaurant is famous for galbisal (ribs), yukhoe (beef tartare), and gopchang jeongol (intestine hot pot). The seonjitguk (blood cake soup) served after the meal is another draw to this restaurant.
3, Chokseok-ro 207beon-gil, Jinju-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Cheonhwang Sikdang opened in 1927 in the area of Jungang Market in downtown Jinju. Since then, the restaurant has passed down through three generations. The resaurant's traditional exterior harmonizes well with the menus served, including the regional speciality of Jinju bibimbap. All meals come with three side dishes and seonjitguk (blood cake soup).
107-39, Tongil-ro, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul
Sajo Tuna is the perfect restaurant for tuna lovers. It serves fresh tuna served in varied styles to visitors. Chamdarangeo (bluefin tuna) Special Menu consists of the highest-grade tuna cuts along with unique decorations. Also, the standard menu includes gamasal-gui (grilled specific tuna part), braised tuna head, grilled tuna, and pan-fried tuna, adding more fun to the meal. In-house alcoholic drinks such as Baengnyeoncho ju (perilla seeds and prickly pear liquor) and Insam Sansuyu ju (ginseng and cornelian cherry liquor) are offered, making this restaurant more outstanding.
59, Naruteo-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul
Nodokilcheo stands for 'a one of a kind place'. Keeping true to its name, the establishment caters to the extravagant tastes of China. The special Pocheongcheongaebong dumplings are filled with a spoonful of savory beef broth that arouses your taste buds once you take a bite. The orange extract adds a delicately subtle flavor, unique from other dumplings. Aside from the Pocheongcheon dumplings, there are also Korean leek dumplings, suta dumplings, glutinous rice cake soup, and dim sum.
2385, Nambusunhwan-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul
At Canadian Lobster, customers can try a delicious lobster or king crab along with a glass of wine. "A romantic atmosphere for lovers." Canadian Lobster is a place for families and lovers to spend a special night of dining, as the restaurant offers hotel elegance at affordable prices. A variety of crayfish cuisine is served including Chili, Fried Lemon Butter, and Sashimi, while the lunch specials (Maeuntang or Jiritang or Spaghetti) offer a great lunch alternative. Champagne is also served during special events (special wine is served with reservations free of charge).
19, Jongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Mijin is a restaurant specializing in spicy hot baby octopus and cool buckwheat dishes. Opened
in 1954, the restaurant's 50-year history is a testament to the great taste
of its dishes and the charm of the restaurant.
The main ingredient, buckwheat, is delivered daily from Bongpyeong, the largest buckwheat producing region in Korea. Baby octopus is also delivered every morning from ports in Yeosu. Families and workers of surrounding companies are major customers of the restaurant, but celebrities and politicians also come to the restaurant to taste its food. Memilmuk (Buckwheat Jelly) and pancakes made with buckwheat and green onion are also delicacies of the restaurant.
224, Saneop-ro, Gumi-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Geumosanseong Sutbul Galbi strictly serves Hanu (Korean beef) along with naturally grown organic vegetables. All menus are served on brassware with beautifully designed spoons and chopsticks, showing the restaurant's careful attention to detail.
75, Amnamgongwon-ro, Seo-gu, Busan
Songdo Park features restaurants serving different menus and seating options over four floors, with outstanding views of the forested coastal road and the ocean. The first floor serves sutbul galbi made with fresh beef ribs; the second floor has seating for group dining. The third floor is a traditional Chinese restaurant run by a chef who trained at a top-class hotel restaurant. The fourth floor serves hoe (sliced raw fish) in the Japanese way.
626, Bongeunsa-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
Samjung is the first and oldest Korean blowfish specialty restaurant. It has been serving raw blowfish courses for 3 generations. The chefs are quite skilled, able to detoxify a blowfish and serve it up to eat in just five minutes.