The heat is in earnest these days. It's a great time to go to a cool place and enjoy delicious food and daytime drinks. There are many restaurants in the Jongno area where you can enjoy delicious snack menus and alcohol at the same time, so it is also known as a mecca for daytime drinks. Starting with a nogari restaurant where you can enjoy a cool beer and casual snacks, to a pork rib restaurant where you can enjoy the cool breeze on the rooftop, and pork ribs specialty stores that bring out the flavor of the briquettes! Let's take a look at 5 of the best restaurants in Jongno where tasty snacks bring daytime drinks.
1. 'MÃ¼nchenhof' in Euljiro, Seoul, a cool beer that quenches your thirst
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âMÃ¼nchenhofâ has guarded Euljiro Nogari Alley since May 1989. Beer brought in every morning is operated on the principle that it is sold out on the same day. You can enjoy flavored beer by storing beer and glasses at 4 degrees where beer tastes best. Popular snack menus include ânogari,â which is lightly grilled over a briquette fire and has a mild flavor, and âgarlic chicken,â which has a mild garlic flavor that evokes sake.
â²Location: 14 Eulji-ro 13-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 12:00 â 00:00 every day
â²Price: Nogari 1,000 won, garlic chicken 20,000 won
â²Review (Shikigin Lemon Soju): It's the perfect place to have a glass of beer on hot days like these days. Sake and snacks are both inexpensive, so feel free to order this and that. The more you chew nogari, the more savory it tastes, so it goes great with beer!
2. 'Gongpyeong-dong Eel' in Gongpyeong-dong, Seoul, where the subtle flavor of a briquette fire comes alive
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âGongpyeong Donggong Eelâ offers a menu of hot snacks such as chicken feet, octopus, bulgogi, bulgogi, bulgogi, chicken feet, bullfinches, and skin. The signature menu is âgong eel,â which is eel mixed in a spicy sauce and grilled over a briquette fire. You can enjoy the refreshing spiciness using a sauce made from cheongyang pepper powder and pear, kiwi, and plum juice. Salt-grilled dishes that make use of their light flavor are also popular.
â²Location: 29 Ujeongguk-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 15:30 â 00:00 every day, closed on Sundays
â²Price: Eel (sauce/salt) 11,000 won, zukkumi 11,000 won
â²Testimonial (Food Craving Talent Donation): It's a place I go to drink after work, but it's so popular that there are no seats if you go late. I always eat eel, and the subtle aroma and popping texture are appealing.
3. Enjoy Ogyeopsal on a rooftop, 'Dajeon Restaurant' in Sanlim-dong, Seoul
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âDajeon Restaurantâ is located on top of the old shopping district of Euljiro, which was built in the 1960s. The rooftop space, where you can enjoy a meal while looking out at the outdoor scenery, is characterized by having a table and then setting up the table yourself. The signature menu, âraw pork belly,â is eaten by putting kimchi, garlic, etc. on a hot plate and grilling them together. Fried rice, which you enjoy making yourself after eating meat, is also a delicacy.
â²Location: Bar 301, 160 Cheonggyecheon-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 09:00 â 20:45 every day, closed on Sundays
â²Price: 35,000 won per piece of raw pork belly, 6,000 won for homemade pork cutlet
â²Testimonial (Dinner Friday): I heard you can enjoy pork belly on the rooftop! The atmosphere was really unique, and the cool breeze, the panoramic views at a glance, and the delicious food were amazing.
4. 'Gyeongsang-do Jip' in Dongdaemun, Seoul, where pork ribs compete with a single pork rib
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âGyeongsang-do Restaurantâ is a restaurant specializing in grilled pork ribs that has continued its tradition for about 50 years. The signature menu is âdomestic pork ribs,â which are pork ribs marinated in a sweet and spicy sauce and grilled over a briquette fire. The ribs cooked on the grill with the fat on the grill have a chewy texture and moist juiciness. Together, chÅjang brings out the rich flavor of the light ribs, making it a great side dish.
â²Location: 29 Eulji-ro 39-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 11:30 â 22:00 every day, B/T 14:30 â 15:00, closed on Sundays
â²Price: Domestic pork ribs 13,000 won
â²Testimonial (Shikigin Excuzumi): If you eat a rib, the aroma of the briquettes that fills your mouth enhances the flavor. It's delicious even if you just eat it, it's delicious even if you put this and that in lettuce and wrap it in a rich wrap, and it's delicious even if you just dip it in soy sauce!
5. âJangsu Bossamâ in Bangsan-dong, Seoul, where you can experience the classic Bossam
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âJangsu Bossamâ exudes an old-fashioned feel from the exterior of the building. It is a well-known place run by the owner, who was an early member of Grandma Won Bossam. The signature menu, âBossam,â has a glossy finish that enhances the taste buds. Bossam, which has been cut into chunks, has an appropriate ratio of lean meat and fat, so it is soft and chewy. The combination with the sweet and refreshing kimchi also stands out.
â²Location: 378-2 Dongho-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 11:00 â 20:00 every day, closed on Sundays
â²Price: Bossam 22,000 won, Bossam white rice 12,000 won
â²Testimonial (Shikigami Lotto's older brother): I ate it very deliciously because it was cut into thick slices and was soft and chewy without any residue. The most important kimchi didn't use sugar or sweeteners, so it wasn't very sweet, so it went well with bosam.
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