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Sunday, August 30, 2015

[Korea] Bonggu Beer (봉구비어) - Fruit-flavored Draft Beer and Fries

Bonggu Beer (봉구비어) is a chain of beer and fries pubs (?) that popped up a few years ago.
It was famous at first for it's draft "cream beer" and frites.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

[Jongro5ga, Gwangjang Market] Soon Hee's Bindaetteok (순희네 빈대떡) Korean Pancakes

Met up with a friend last weekend to eat 빈대뗙 (mung bean pancakes) and makeolli (Korean rice wine) at Gwangjang Market near Jongro-5-ga.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

[Itaewon, Noksapyeong] Trevia (트레비아) - Pizza and Pasta

I have recently been going to Itaewon to meet my friend.

We went to Trevia the other day, near Noksapyeong Station/Gyeongridan-Gil, to satisfy our pizza craving.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

[Korea] Sulbing Korean Dessert Cafe - Mango Cheese Bingsu

Summertime in Seoul means it's bingsu season. Sulbing is a rapidly expanding dessert cafe chain specializing in bingsu.

My friend and I decided to try the seasonal flavor, Mango Cheese.

Monday, August 24, 2015

[Chungdam, Seoul] Jil'Hal Bros - Chicken over Rice

Everyone who has been to NYC and tried the famous Halal Guys Chicken Over Rice knows what I mean when I say that I crave that flavor from time to time...

I was excited to learn that a place just opened in Chungdam, Seoul that tried to replicate that flavor.
My friend I decided to go check it out.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

[Korea] Sulbing Korean Dessert Cafe - Injeolmi Bingsu

Sulbing, the Korean Dessert Cafe, has been sprouting up all around the country.
It is famous for its bingsu, especially in the heat of the infamous Korean summer.

The first time you go, I recommend getting the injeolmi bingsu, the original bingsu and most popular.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

[Garosugil, Sinsa] Cafe Able - Round 2

Even years after my first visit, I still really enjoy having brunch at Cafe Able in Garosugil. It is still as popular as ever for weekend brunch, so plan ahead accordingly.

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

[Jamsil, Lotte World] Uncles Dduk (Blooming Squid Ddukbokki)

Korea knows we eat with our eyes first. There is this trend of "visual" food.
Uncles Dduk (엉클스) capitalizes on this knowledge and actually produces food that is visually appealing (wowing, even) and also tastes pretty good.

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