A program where my hands stop as if I were turning a channel. It's a foodie show that you won't get tired of watching again and again. Also , every time, I vow that I want to go, but I often give up because I don't have the confidence to handle the long weekend waits. But warm May is the time to leave soon! Here is a collection of restaurants in Busan that appeared on the TV. Let's go eat Busan's famous pork gukbap and wheat noodles , as well as fresh aged sashimi and grilled shellfish! Let's take a look at 5 of Busan's best restaurants where delicious people are happy, from the popular gourmet parties to the Three Great Kings.
1. Jagalchi 'Busan Famous Sashimi' , where you can enjoy sashimi with an extraordinary texture
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âBusan Specialty Sashimi Restaurantâ is an aged sashimi specialty store boasting a 73-year tradition at Jagalchi Market. It uses only flounder and sea bream that weigh 9 kg or more. The signature menu is âgray rice, â where you can enjoy sashimi cut into large pieces with rice. Aged sashimi has an attractive, chewy yet chewy texture. The characteristic of homemade soybean paste is that it has a sweeter and richer flavor than regular soybeans. Wraps that are soaked in plenty of sashimi in soy sauce and wrapped with rice are also a delicacy. Jiritang, which is freshly boiled with fish head, can be refilled. Recommended if you want to enjoy aged sashimi that has a different appeal from live fish sashimi.
â² Location: 55-1 Jagalchihaean-ro, Jung-gu, Busan
â² Business hours: 11:00-22:00 on weekdays, 11:30-22:00 on weekends, 15:30-17:00 B.T., closed on holidays
â² Price: Gray white rice 33,000 won, special white rice 48,000 won, rice bibimbap 23,000 won
â² Testimonial (Asher Sher): Egypt is expensive, but the taste is expensive lol lol, the degree of aging is perfect. The quality was close to the wall. It's like a regular restaurant, so I feel as comfortable as eating at home, so I forget that it's expensive and keep eating hahahahahahahaha
2. 'Suyeong Pork Gukbap' in Gwanganri, a rich and heavy soup
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âSuyeong Pork Gukbapâ is a classic dish of Busan pork gukbap. The semi-open kitchen is tidy. The signature menu, âPork Gukbap,â is an immaculate broth made with plenty of meat and topped with sauce and green onions. A soup that has been thoroughly cooked for 6 hours Once you take a bite, a savory flavor like rice crackers spreads in your mouth. It doesn't have a pleasant smell, so even people who are new to pork gukbap can easily try it out. Another popular menu is âassorted beef,â where you can enjoy badger, skinless sundae , and beef all at once. There is a private parking lot near the store, so free parking is also possible.
â² Location: 6 Muhak-ro, Suyeong-gu, Busan
â² Business hours: 08:00-23:30 on weekdays, closed on holidays
â² Price: Pork gukbap 7,500 won , beef 27,000 won, sundae 7,000 won
â² Testimonial (Jujulala): My favorite gukbap restaurant. The broth is OK, you can eat it as a snack, or you can eat it separately as a gukbap . It has good access to the area It's a place I often stop by because it's easy to park, but I usually eat sundae gukbap, but it just feels like sundae was added to pork gukbap, so put in plenty of chungguji and shrimp You can eat it, you can add broth, so enjoy it ^^
3. 'Naeho Naeho Naengmyeon' in Wooam-dong, the originator of Busan wheat noodles
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âNaeho Naengmyeonâ is a place where wheat noodles were developed for the first time and have continued for 4 generations. The rustic exterior and interior show signs of time. The salty hot broth provided after ordering refreshes the mouth. The signature menu is âwheat noodlesâ topped with plenty of appetizing red sauce. The broth, which has a rich meat flavor, and the noodles that break smoothly are attractive. At this place, we recommend the method of first feeling the natural flavor of wheat noodles and then adding vinegar or mustard according to taste. Note that wheat noodles start cooking as soon as they are ordered and take a long time.
â² Location: 17, Wooambeonyeong-ro 26beon-gil, Nam-gu, Busan
â² Business hours: 10:00-21:00 every day, 7 days a week
â² Price: wheat noodles 6,000 won, bibim-myeon 6,500 won, watercress noodles 9,000 won, bibim-naengmyeon 9,000 won
â² Review (Shikishin Donkey Kong Kong): People in Busan also prefer wheat noodles rather than cold noodles in summer >_<~~~!!!! Busan wheat noodles are really the best!! The noodles are soft, so you can get over your throat without chewing for a long time!!!! Busan Milmyeon-chan!
4. Enjoy Yeongdo's âSaegi Pork Gukbapâ to the fullest
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âSaegi Pork Gukbapâ is located at the entrance to Nampang Market. You can see food being prepared from the entrance as you enter the store . The signature menu, âGukbap,â contains plenty of foreleg fat and is enough to enjoy a hearty meal. Since it is served as an empty stomach, the rice grains are well-seasoned and can be eaten warm until the end. If you eat plenty of seasoned chives , it captures the feeling and at the same time refreshes the aftertaste. âSundae,â where you can enjoy the rich flavor of glutinous rice sundae and entrails at the same time, is also a popular menu. There are regular holidays on the second and fourth Sundays, so be careful when visiting.
â² Location: 25, Jeolyeong-ro 49beon-gil, Yeongdo-gu, Busan
â² Business hours: 08:00-21:30 every day, closed on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month
â² Price: Gukbap 7,000 won, Taro Gukbap 8,000 won, Suyukuban 9,000 won
â² Testimonial (Kim Ae-kyo, Shikigami): I'd like to go eat pork gukbap again. The soup is light.
5. Taejongdae's âSarangbang Shellfish Grillâ that amazes you once with your eyes and once with the taste
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âSarangbang Shellfish Grillâ uses fresh shellfish from Jagalchi Market. There are also photo zones throughout the store where you can enjoy Trick Eye. The signature menu is âgrilled shellfish,â where a tray of piled clams is reminiscent of a fountain. It is offered with a hearty mix of scallops topped with condiments , curry, and cheese, as well as shellfish tteokbokki, shellfish, and komak. Fried rice made by adding seaweed powder and rice to the leftover tteokbokki sauce is also a delicacy. âSeafood ramen,â which has an excellent refreshing flavor, is also a popular menu item with so much seafood that you can't see the noodles. Order seafood ramen only on weekdays.
â² Location: 816 Taejong-ro, Yeongdo-gu, Busan
â² Business hours: 12:00-02:00 every day, 7 days a week
â² Price: Grilled shellfish , grilled eel, seafood platter 40,000 won to 70,000 won
â² Testimonial (shikigin macaron 2500 won): Hahahaha, the scallops were stacked up really awfully. Even though it's Busan, they are very kind.