Opened in 1953 by a woman known as Mabongnim, the restaurant takes pride in its 50-plus years of service. As Mabongnim gained popularity, other similar establishments opened nearby, and eventually, formed the now famous “Tteokbokki Street.” The elderly proprietor is well known, even starring in a red-pepper paste (gochujang) ad in the 1990's.
The secret of this restaurant’s tteokbokki lies in the fact that red pepper paste is mixed with Chinese soybean paste for a sweet and spicy taste, but has now been adopted by other Sindang-dong restaurants. Nevertheless, there is something special about this restaurant’s fare. At present, Mabongnim’s daughters-in-law are running the restaurant.
Comment ça marche?
Menu Représentant : Tteokbokki (spicy rice cake)
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Jour de l'inauguration : 1953
Heures : 09:00-24:00 (weekends 09:00-01:00)
Des places de parking : Public parking lot available
Off jours : Second and fourth Monday of each month
menu Traitement : Tteokbokki / Deep-fried Platter / Ramen / mandu and more
5, Dasan-ro 35-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul