Nwijo (뉘조) is a Korean restaurant specializing in wild vegetable cuisine. The name ‘Nwijo’ means ‘the god of the silkworm,’ and likens wild vegetables to silkworms in that both can be eaten in their entirety. The restaurant serves original full-course Korean meals that are prepared using hundreds of kinds of wild vegetables, including special seasonal vegetables.
A typical full-course meal starts with delicious pumpkin porridge, followed by seasoned wild vegetables, root vegetable ssam (condiments wrapped in vegetable leaves), slices of boiled meat, and steamed lotus leaf-wrapped rice served with jjigae (Korean stew) and various side dishes. This kind of traditional feast is pleasing to both the eye and the palate and is topped off with sikhye (traditional sweet rice drink). Lunch specials are also available.
www.nwijo.com (Korean only)
Comment ça marche?
Menu Représentant : Hanjeongsik (Korean Table d'hote)
Demandes de renseignements et d'information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-730-9311
Heures : Lunch 11:30-15:00
(* Last order is one hour before closing.)
Des places de parking : Not available
Politique de réservation : Tel: +82-2-730-9311
Off jours : N/A (Open all year round)
Nombre de places : 50 seats
menu Traitement : Hanjeongsik (Korean Table d'hote) in a wide range of prices
27, Insadong 14-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul