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korean food / seoul / How far have you eaten mentaiko? Busan Mentaiko Taste Map – 2148

* This magazine is in collaboration with Busan City and Busan Tourism Organization.

“Mentaiko” is a type of salted fish made by marinating pollack eggs in salt and aging them. The eggs are loved by many for their crunchy texture and rich umami. In Busan, known as the city of mentaiko, there are many restaurants that serve a variety of dishes using mentaiko. From pork cutlets containing whole mentaiko to pasta that combines chewy noodles and mentaiko, and grilled mentaiko where you can enjoy the natural flavor of mentaiko! Immerse yourself in the charm of mentaiko with Shikishin's guide to the taste of Busan mentaiko!

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Doze Centum City Store



Salon de Bonnet

Mido Restaurant

Isshouan steak

Sushi garden

Katsu An


Tendon Koharu



First kitchen



Kyungsung Cuisine

OPS Namcheon Branch

Kurumi Confectionery

Kitchen gaze


Go to Tokyo


Tokyo Cuisine


Dare the House

Miss Avocado

Famous Mentaiko

Shinsekai Kitchen

Lee Heung Yong Confectionery Moon Hyun Bon Branch

Aki Fisheries

Aloha Tokyo

Onui Kitchen

Day and night temperature


Shikishin released the “Busan Mentaiko Taste Map” for 3.7 million users until May 2019, which analyzed big data based on user reviews and evaluations.

Shikshin's '2019 Busan Mentaiko Taste Map' includes a total of 31 mentaiko restaurants located in Busan's Geumjeong-gu, Dongnae-gu, Busanjin-gu, Suyeong-gu, Jung-gu, Dong-gu, Nam-gu, Gijang-gun, and Haeundae-gu.

If you look at the selected major restaurants, you can see that they include not only Korean food using mentaiko, but also Western food, Japanese food, and bakery stores. “Tendon Koharu” in Geumjeong-gu and “Mentaiko Myeongga” in Jung-gu are places where you can find unique mentaiko dishes that are hard to taste anywhere else, such as mentaiko ten-dong and mentaiko sweet and sour pork.

In addition, places famous as Busan's representative bakeries, such as “OPS Namcheon Branch” in Suyeong-gu, “Lee Heung-yong Confectionery Munhyeon Main Store” in Nam-gu, and “Salon de Bonnet” in Geumjeong-gu have also made a name for themselves.



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