There is a place that many people visit when spring
comes when the flowers bloom in spring and March . Seokchon Lake is a spectacular sight of cherry blossom petals scattered right away. Your body is still curled up in the cold wind, but how about
enjoying the passing winter while watching the reeds fluttering along the frozen lake? I hope to soothe your cold body and mind with a delicious meal in a warm space.
1. Japanese bibimbap soba restaurant, âMenya Hanabiâ
The signature menu is âNagoya Majesoba,â where soy sauce, chicken oil, mackerel powder, wild sesame powder, pepper, and noodles are mixed thoroughly, then finely chopped green onions, chives , seaweed powder, and seasoned minced meat are topped with plenty of garlic, mackerel powder, and egg yolk. The flavor that combines the savory flavor of egg yolk, chewy noodles, and spicy meat is excellent. It is also a delicacy to eat kelp lightly sprinkled with vinegar .
â²Location: 38, Baekje Kobun-ro 45-gil, Songpa-gu â²Business hours: 11:30 to 21:00 on weekdays, 11:00 to 21:00 on weekends (break time 14:00 to 18:00), closed on Mondays and the third Tuesday â²Price : Nagoya Jesoba 9,800 won, Negisio Nagoya Sesoba
12,800 won â²Review (My older brother): After the broadcast, the line was so long that I couldn't get out of my way. The company was nearby, but I couldn't go because of the time constraints of
lunchtime. Finally today!
It's a restaurant worth waiting for. Great taste .
2. Coffee and traditional sweets, âAnother Sundayâ
It is a cozy cafe located
near Seokchon Lake, and the sunlight coming in through the window adds a warm atmosphere. The signature menu is âCreamy Sunday,â where whipped cream is
placed on top of rich drip coffee, and the chewy âgrilled rice cake.â Other traditional sweets such as
grilled songbyeon-yaki and seki are also available. âHomemade yogurt,â made by blending milk and
lactic acid bacteria on homemade yogurt topped with roasted brown rice, muesli, and fruit, is also popular.
â²Location : 3, Songpa-daero 48-gil, Songpa-gu â²Business hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday 12:00-22:00 Friday, Saturday 12:00-23:00, closed on Mondays â²Price: Creamy Sunday 6,000 won,
grilled rice cake 5,000 won â²Review (Shikigami Weying): I like mochi rather than bread, so I really like this dessert!! Yogurt is also
homemade yogurt, so it feels healthy, delicious, and good~~
3. Memorable instant tteokbokki, âMoggojieâ
It is the oldest food stall in the neighborhood
that started in 1991 and has been in operation for the second generation. The signature menu is âmixed instant tteokbokki,â which combines gochujang sauce and jajang sauce. The mochi uses wheat mochi, which is well seasoned, and the rich anchovy broth gives it a rich flavor.
Fried rice that is 1:1:1 with seaweed, rice, and cheese, âsunduk,â which contains chewy noodles in sundubu stew , and â
strawberry shaved iceâ topped with candied strawberries are also popular.
â²Location: 5-13, Songpa-daero 36-gil, Songpa-gu â²Opening hours: 11:00-21:30 every day, the day before the holidays, closed on the day â²Price: Instant tteokbokki (for 2 people) 8,000 won, pure rice cake 5,000 won
â²Review (for eating bread): This is roughly a tteokbokki restaurant There are over 10 of them ~ Each has a similar flavor but is different, but Moggoji is a place I often go to because they are neatly packaged so that you can eat at home just like what you eat at the store~~ A tteokbokki restaurant that women will love !
4. 'L'Atelier Monique , 'a unique creative bakery
âL'Atelier Monique,â which
opened with Hiroharu Sugiyama, is a bakery currently run by co-chefs Lee Won-young and Kim Sung-hyeon.
It is characterized by mainly showcasing bread using unique Korean ingredients such as green onions, miso powder, and indjeolmi. The most popular bread is âFuryui Aricorge,â which is a light baguette with plenty of sweet red bean paste , cranberries, and walnuts. The salty âmentaiko baguetteâ and the
dense texture of scones are also popular.
â²Location: DM Building, 6-13, Baekjegobun-ro 39-gil, Songpa-gu â²Opening hours:
07:00 to 20:00 every day, closed on Sundays â²Price range: Furui Aricorge 5,000 won, salt caramel scone 2,300 won
â²Review (Shikigin Marshmallow Monogatari ): It's a place I
often stop by on my way home because it's close to the subway station. There are plenty of breads that are easy to eat in the morning, and since they are produced that day as a rule, they are more reliable than other bakeries
5. Jeju ogyeopsal grilled on a stone plate, 'Jeju Ogyeopsal Wangdol Grill House'
If you order the signature dish 'Jeju Ogyeopsal' from a meat shop located in Bangi-dong Food Alley, they will serve jelly, bean sprouts, leek sauce, mushrooms, and pork skin on a hot stone plate. When the meat is cooked, they cut it so that it's easy to eat, and they also serve fried eggs topped with mozzarella cheese, soba noodles, miso stew, and rice crackers. Fried rice, which is stir-fried with cheese, is also popular, and marbled Korean beef and grilled prawns are also available.
â²Location: 9-12, Ogeum-ro 15-gil, Songpa-gu â²Business hours: 12:00 to 00:00 every day
â²Price range: Jeju ogyeopsal (200g), 16,000 won
â²Review (Shikigin Shindoyeol): Value for money, taste and quantity. Everyone is satisfied. When fried rice is served, everyone in the group is
dumbfounded by their skillful behavior. Two is fine. 3-4 people are best. I recommend it if you want to enjoy a slightly loud conversation.