âSujebiâ is a dish made by removing a thin layer of flour kneaded into a soup made from anchovies, clams, and beef. . It is now known as a typical common people's food, but in the Joseon Dynasty, when wheat was precious, it was treated as a high-class dish. The common people used various types of grain flour instead of wheat to make and eat dough, and in Jeju Island, buckwheat homemade rice using buckwheat flour remains a traditional dish. . No need for chopsticks, just a spoon is enough to slurp over a bowl of homemade rice. A chewy, chewy and chewy texture full of flavor and care! Here are some popular homemade food restaurants in Seoul.
1. Bouncy and chewy, Doksan-dong's âSundang Inner-Big Handmade Beeâ
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âSundang Inerkeng Sujebiâ is a handmade rice specialty store located in Nammun Market in Geumcheon. At lunchtime, there is a queue of people looking for the chewy taste of the dough. The signature menu is âHot Kalsebi,â which is a combination of homemade rice and kishimen noodles. The clams, which are plentiful enough to fill the bowl, have a sharp yet refreshing flavor of the soup. Sujebi and kishimen noodles are made by stepping on the dough with a foot and chopping it in a foot-like manner, then aged for 24 hours and then removed on the spot. This is why they are proud of their thick yet springy texture. You can also enjoy it even spicier by adding chopped green pepper.
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â² Location: 1 Siheung-daero 136-gil, Geumcheon-gu, Seoul
â² Business hours: Every day 10:30 â 17:30, closed on Sundays
â² Price: Earl's Cuckoo's Steelhead: 7,000 won, Clam's Stealth 7,000 won
â² Review (Pikkkachu â¡): There's air every time I go , I made it right after ordering, and it doesn't come out fast, but it's a flavor that keeps coming back to mind. The clams are also very thick, and above all, the noodles and homemade rice are thick, but they don't smell like flour and are chewy! It's addictive.
2. 4 kinds of kimchi, original homemade rice, Yeouido's 'Eternity Diner'
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âEternity Restaurantâ located in Yeouido is a place loved by nearby office workers, as it was fully booked 30 minutes after opening. The signature menu is âSujebi,â which is topped with plenty of salty seaweed powder. A broth made from carefully selected Korean beef bones is used. Pouring eggs into the white soup makes you feel like eating rice cake soup. If you order homemade rice, 4 types of kimchi are served as side dishes: Chinese cabbage kimchi, white kimchi, kakuteki, and toppings. The sweet and spicy toppings are the most popular. Note that âchijin,â made by adding squid and chives until golden brown, is also a delicacy.
â² Location: 117 Yeouinaru-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul
â² Opening hours: 11:00 â 22:00 every day
â² Price: Handmade rice 7,000 won, chijimi 15,000 won
â² Review (Shikigami BoOM): I really like the soup with egg, but the homemade rice is delicious and so is the soup Delicious eggs, seaweed, and even sliced pumpkin that are eaten together are delicious.
3. 'Sinchon Sujebe' in Sinchon, unchanging taste and kindness
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âSinchon Sujebiâ is a handmade rice specialty store that has been in operation for 30 years and is a place where you can enjoy a hearty meal at a reasonable price. The signature dish is âsujebi,â which is boiled in a rich beef bone broth. Place the sautÃ©ed pumpkin and carrots on top of the steamed rice crackers as garnishes. You can also enjoy it by adding pepper or seasoning if you like. It's a good idea to accompany each table with the crunchy and refreshing flavor of kakuteki. The carefully rolled âgimbapâ is also popular. Please note that there may be a waiting time during mealtime.
â² Location: 87-8 Sinchon-ro, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul
â² Opening hours : 10:00 â 21:00
â² Price: Handmade fee: 4,000 won, gimbap 2,000 won
â² review (Sikshin Choi Byung-hoon): I don't think it's easy to try homemade dough made by yourself at the price of 4,000 won. Food stovetops are more expensive, and they use homemade homemade rice, but the beef bone broth made by yourself is the best! It's not really tasty, but it feels like they're made at home .
4. The living history of Samcheong-dong, Samcheong-dong 'Samcheong-dong Sujebe'
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âSamcheong-dong Sujebiâ is a handmade rice specialty store that has been in operation since 1982 and was selected for the 2018 Michelin Guide. The signature menu is âhomemade rice,â which is served in a small pot. Clams are added to the broth made with anchovies in order to create a refreshing soup flavor. The thinly removed homemade rice dough is characterized by its chewy yet soft texture. It's fun to enjoy a variety of textures by adding sliced pumpkin, carrots, and leeks. A âpotato pasteâ made using only 100% raw potatoes Note that it is popular for its crunchy yet light flavor.
â² Location: 101-1 Samcheong-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
â² Business hours: 11:00 â 21:00 every day
â² Price: Handmade fee: 8,000 won, Potato crackers: 8,000 won
â² Review (Shikigin Gusun-i): The homemade rice dough is so thin that it's not burdensome, and it's sharp when eaten with red pepper and soy sauce It's delicious.
5. A bowl of clean handmade rice, Daechi-dong âSanyol Handmade Rice Crackersâ
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âSanyol Sujebiâ is a handmade rice specialty store located in the basement of Eunma Shopping District. It is a place that has caught the taste buds not only of the merchants of the nearby shopping district but also of the residents with its handmade rice and kishimen noodles. The signature menu is âhomemade rice,â which is made by removing the dough yourself at the same time as ordering. It uses anchovy broth to bring out the rich yet refreshing flavor of the soup. Chinese cabbage kimchi, which has a non-irritating flavor, enhances the taste buds even if you eat kimchi alone , and is perfect to eat with homemade rice. It is also said that âKaljebi,â where you can enjoy both kishimen noodles with different thicknesses and texture, and chewy homemade rice are also popular. Things to note .
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â² Location: 212 Samseong-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â² Business hours: 11:30 – 19:30 every day
â² Price : Homemade rice 5,000 won, calsebi 5,000 won
â² Review (The weather is nice to eat and drink): Kimchi from this place is more delicious than other restaurants!! It's a slightly cooked kimchi, not a side dish, but if you go with homemade rice, it really tastes like honey!