The experience of eating a burger here is no less of a cultural experience than grabbing a bowl of bibimbap at a traditional Hanok restaurant down the street.
Fell + Cole is famous for its creative and ultra-Korean flavors. Be warned – they come at a pretty penny.
You are told to #takepleasureseriously and there’s no choice but to do so when you step inside.
The noodles were uniquely Korean. It seems that Koreans prefer light broths with their noodles and the beef broth was very light, complimenting the bokchoi, seaweed, mushrooms and the brisket without overwhelming it.
On the outskirts of Itaewon, the hustle and bustle of the main stretch quiets down, and within the sprawling alley ways you can stumble upon some truly unique and international parts of Seoul.
Inside the boiling pan were sea-glass noodles, vegetables, lots of green onions, and beef ribs (still on the bone) in a delectable murky brown broth.
WINE KIKI is in the Hongdae area, and is a great place to hang out with friends if you are looking for something outside the usual soju (소주) and maekju (맥주) combo, albeit a bit more expensive.
Four pieces of huge, fluffy bread were served with freshly made whipped cream, a healthy drizzle of syrup, and four different kinds of berries (all within the same color-palette).
In a neighborhood of cheap fried chicken and expensive international cuisine, Muwol Table is a must-eat for the trendy eater on a budget.