9, Nojeokbong-gil 42beon-gil, Mokpo-si, Jeollanam-do
Colombang Bakery is one of the top five bakeries in the nation, and has been operating for nearly 70 years at the same location in Mokpo. It is known as the first place in the city to use fresh cream in baked goods. The most popular breads here are the cream cheese baguette and the shrimp baguette.
10, Yonsei-ro 5da-gil, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul
Opened in 1976, Samho Bokjip specializes in food that uses puffer fish as the main ingredient. The restaurant uses fresh vegetables and savory broth to bring out the best flavors of a puffer fish.
1498, Nakdong-daero, Sasang-gu, Busan
Chowonnongwon is located near Samrakgangbyeon Park, a famous park in Busan, that offers an entire view with Nakdonggang River and the park at a glance. The restaurants serves hanu (Korean beef) at reasonable prices.
18, Jungnicheon-ro 115beon-gil, Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do
Icheonok is situated in a hot springs city with a long history. Located only about 50 minutes by intercity and express bus from Dongseoul and Gangnam Express Bus Terminal, it’s a great place to relieve your stress by dining in comfort. It serves Icheon rice and a table full of delicious side dishes.
355, Jeoryeong-ro, Yeongdo-gu, Busan
Mokjangwon has a traditional Korean atmosphere mixed with modern design, and each of the floors has a unique interior. It’s the largest restaurant in Busan. After dining, you can take a stroll on the walking trail or go to the observatory nearby with your family or friends to rest.
3, Sin-daero 13-gil, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
This Chinese restaurant is run by a family for two generations and has been in business on Jeju Island for about 50 years. It’s particularly popular among Taiwanese and Chinese tourists visiting Jeju Island.
441, Hwarang-ro, Nowon-gu, Seoul
This galbi restaurant is located in Taereung where the popular dish, Taereung Pork Galbi originated. The restaurant is equipped with their original charcoal roasters that release less smoke and smell when grilling pork or beef galbi at the table.
383-4, 3·15-Daero, Masanhappo-gu, Changwon-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
The restaurant has been specializing in samgyetang (steamed chicken with rice and ginseng stuffing) since 1982. It’s inside a traditional Korean house with a well-landscaped garden in a cozy atmosphere.
67, Sammu-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Old Shanghai is an authentic Chinese restaurant situated in T.H.E. Hotel & VEGAS CASINO, serving a wide variety of Chinese dishes. It’s popular among foreign casino players and great for family and business dining.
300, Hallim-ro, Hallim-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Located in Jaeam Folk Village (Hallim Park), the restaurant is spacious and is well known for its traditional local dishes such as charcoal-grilled Jeju pork, seafood and mung bean pancake, nutritious sea urchin soup, and jopssalju (Jeju-style wine made of millet and yeast). It also serves cold herb naengmyeon in the summer and pheasant buckwheat kalguksu (knife-cut noodles) and a local dish called pheasant bingtteok in winter.
90-1, Uhyeon-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon
Arabesque first opened in 2003 as Sahara Tent, but changed its name to its current name in August 2007 to further emphasize the restaurant’s specialties of Indian and Turkish cuisine. The restaurant serves Arabian, Indian, and Turkish dishes prepared by an Indian chef and the restaurant owner is from Jordan. For these reasons, it’s particularly popular among students from Southeast Asia and Middle East. It’s known for serving dishes that are almost completely authentic.
427, Seobu-daero, Sebuk-gu, Cheonan-si, Chungcheongnam-do
Opened in 2003 and located in the middle of Bongseosan Mountain, Momiji is a great place to dine in a beautiful natural environment. The restaurant is in a Japanese-style building, adding to the overall ambiance.