âKorean beefâ is a combination of white marbling that looks like snow has fallen on top of fresh red flesh. You can enjoy the soft texture and rich flavor even when lightly grilled over charcoal and dipped in salt. It's delicious even if you just eat it, but the chefs' unique and philosophical dishes make Korean beef a little more special to enjoy. Korean beef is reborn in a variety of forms through the delicate touch of chefs, from aging to grilling with fine fire control, and accompanying sauces. Each part brings out the best flavor and invites you to a new world of cuisine that you have never experienced before. Let's meet the 5 best Korean beef omakase restaurants that serve premium aged Korean beef.
Premium aged Korean beef omakase restaurants include Wangsimri Bonn&Bread, Samseong-dong Restaurant RIPE, Dosan Park Surin, Cheongdam-dong Piercing, Hannam-dong Sosu, Apgujeong Gujeong Gujeon Donghwa, Cheongdam-dong Korean Beef Omakase Vibrique, Moctung Woo Sarangbang, Apgujeong Butcher Workshop, Cheongdam Bouloil, Apgujeong Cho, Hapjeong Umadam, Namsan Wuraman, Apgujeong Hyeondamwon Grill, Apgujeong Sirloin, Sookdae Meek-dong, Hannam-dong, Hannam-dong, Hannam-dong, Hannam-dong, Hannam-dong, Hannam-dong, Hannam-dong, Hugh, Hannam-dong, Hannam-dong, Hannam-dong, Hugh, 135 Famous places include Itaewon Hannam-dong Sowana, Cheongdam-dong Suwol, Hannam-dong Sowol, Myeongdong Euljiro Sunwoo Black, Dosan Park W Gana, and Busan Dongnae Buddha Thread.
Famous Korean beef restaurants in Seoul include Cheongdam-dong Dawn Restaurant, Nonhyeon-dong Wongang, Samgakji Mongtan, Sookdae Grassland, Hyoja-dong Tongui-dong State Guest House, Sindang-dong Baeksong, Songpa Bongpiyang, Wangsimni Daedo Restaurant, Seolneung Gyeongcheon Aein 2237, Yeoksam-dong Yehyang, Apgujeong Umihak, Sinsa-dong Wootender, Gwangjang-dong Vista Walkerhill Seoul Myeongwolgwan, Sillim-dong Shillimjeong, Cheongdam-dong R-meat, Cheongdam-dong Ria House, Cheongdam-dong Trak, Songpa Han Aram, Dongdaemun Sindang-dong Baeksong, Gyodae Woojin Street, Hannam-dong Hanwadam, Sangam-dong Seodong Korean Beef, Yeouido Warehouse 43, Wangsimni Heritage Hall, Yeonnam Yeonnam-seo Restaurant, Dogok Seolseong Farm, Sungshin Women's University Suksu-do, Yongsan Bongsanjip, Yongsan Pyongyang House, Health Care Center, Yongsan Pungseongjip, Hannam-dong U Garden, Sangam Seodong Korean Beef, Eulnujiro Wuraeok, Cham Ok, Chamok Lungso Garden, Dobong Musuok, Sillim-dong Shillimjeong, Dosan Park Wooga, Jongno Heap, Jamsil Tokyo Sirloin, Yangjae Rosok, Euljiro Euljiro Unification House, Cheonggyesan Ooldeul, Gyodae Bouilribs, Daechi Daechi Butcher Restaurant, Nonhyeon Belly House, Cheongdam-dong Excursion, Dosan Park 150, Nonhyeon Yeongdong Salt-grilled Food, Myeongdong Samhojeong, Apgujeong Samwon Garden, Mulrae Saejin Food, Cheongdam Bongyang Suryo, Sangjeong, Seocho Willow House, Gangseo Mayfield Hotel Paradise, Goji Korean beef fragrance, Pyeongchang Bukakjeong, Bangbae Manbal, Yeouido Ompang Restaurant, Nonhyeon Nago Restaurant, Nonhyeon Thujung Sirloin, Oksu, Samsugapsan, Samseong-dong Full Steel, Songpa Bunong Meat Restaurant, Gwanghwamun Han Yukgam, Howol Gok-dong Jangyu-dong Yuseong Jip, Majang-dong Gisune Namwon Jeon-ra Home, Majang-dong Byeonsan Peninsula Hometown House, Mangwon-dong Pork Restaurant, Yeoksam Samjeong Hanu, Gangseo Charonjip, Sindoljip There are Yeongdong Market Evergreen Butcher Restaurant, Apgujeong Donghwa Ribs, City Hall Hansung Restaurant, Samcheong-dong Manjeong, Wangsimni Pine Tree, Gwanghwamun Cow Seoul, Sindang-dong Beef Rice, Gangnam Station Korean Beef Dining Ulleung, Cheongdam-dong Woobling, Yeouido Guai, Bangbae Howang, Seolleung Cheongjagol, Bundang Dr. Hong's raw meat, Pangyo Jeongseon Korean beef, and Gwacheon Ouldeul.
1. Apgujeong's âButcher Workshopâ brings out the natural flavor and flavor of meat to the fullest
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âButcher Workshopâ is a restaurant and butcher shop founded in Apgujeong by Chef Jung Hae-chan from âBone & Breadâ in Majang-dong. Depending on the course type, meals are served by dividing the space into a bar seat and a private room. The signature menu is the âmeat (meat) course,â where you can vividly enjoy the food being prepared at the bar table. Starting with a light steamed arongsa-tae, six types of grilled meat (chÃ¢teau briant, tenderloin, sirloin, tenderloin, tenderloin, pork ribs shoulder rack), gomguk soup, bonito sandwich, meal, and dessert are prepared one after the other. You can experience gorgeous cuisine by composing a variety of garnishes and sauces that bring out the natural flavors and flavors of each part. Note that you can buy meat from the butcher shop between noon and 5 p.m.
â²Location: 24 Dosan-daero 30-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 18:00 â 22:00 every day, closed on Sundays
â²Price: Meat (meat) course 130,000 won, refined (refined) course 200,000 won
â²Testimonial (Shikigin Jekki-chan): It was my first visit, so I ate a meat course. I think I've tasted the new world of beef to the point where the prejudice that all meat is equally tasty was shattered. Hehe, personally, Chateaubriand was the most delicious, and the truffle topped it was very fragrant.
2. Enjoy Korean beef omakase at an affordable price, Hapjeong âUmadamâ
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âUmadamâ offers differentiated omakase dishes that combine high quality Korean beef with Korean food. You can find Korean beef omakase with a hearty composition at a reasonable price. The signature menu, âKorean Beef Omakase Signature,â begins with a full-scale course that enhances the taste with flavoursome rump meat paste mixed with truffle oil and soft chawanmushi. The diverse lineup stands out, from tenderloin, buchat, sirloin, and sirloin meat cooked over charcoal to rice noodles, mini hamburgers, beef yakiniku rice bowls, and fresh fruit desserts. The course's âbuchat-salu,â which is enjoyed wrapped in seaweed with herring roe, crushed tofu, and cucumber slices, is very popular due to its fresh combination.
â²Location: 57-16, Yanghwa-ro 6-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 17:00 â 23:00 every day
â²Price: Korean Beef Omakase Signature 70,000 won, Korean Beef Omakase Premium 120,000 won
â²Testimonial (Shikigami Dolphin Happy): Among omakase, Korean beef was really expensive, so I couldn't take on the challenge easily, but this place has a really good value for money. I ate it with Signature, and my friend and I ate it to our heart's content even though it was on the high side. Also, it's my first time eating seaweed wrapped in meat, and I often eat it that way at home because it goes well with sardines. hehe
3. Apgujeong's' Jou 'showcases the most delicious meat of the day
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âCho Wooâ is the first Korean beef specialty store in Korea based on âHometown of Korean Beef,â which specializes in the distribution of Korean beef. The interior of the restaurant, which makes use of the luxurious atmosphere in black, consists entirely of rooms, so you can fully focus on eating in a private space. The meat is prepared by cutting each part to the thickness that can be enjoyed most deliciously using hydrogen from cow and beef. It is characterized by the fact that it is aged for 2 to 4 weeks using a wet waxing technique to emphasize the soft texture and rich flavor of Korean beef. They also have a variety of Ã la carte menus, such as âkatsu sandwich,â âtruffle pork sashimi,â and âkamameshi,â including the course meal âplatter,â which offers the best tasting part of the day from about 16 types of cuts, such as tenderloin, tenderloin, sirloin, steak, and rib meat.
â²Location: 831 Nonhyeon-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 17:00 â 22:30 every day
â²Price: Assorum A 159,000 won, Safe Katsu Sandwich 55,000 won
â²Testimonial (Shikigami Koto Opan): The moment I saw the meat marbling, I was amazed that it wasn't a joke. The meat itself was so delicious that even if you ate it with just a little salt or wasabi without any special seasoning, the meat tasted very good. It was easy to eat because one employee baked it exclusively, and the cutlet sandwich, which was made with peace of mind, was so delicious that you must add it even when you're full!
4. Cheongdam âBouloilâ adds richness of flavor with a variety of sauces
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âBroilâ unravels course dishes using parts that fall within the top 8% grade of Korean beef. You can enjoy dishes made with fresh seafood from all over the country, such as abalone from Tongyeong and red mackerel from Boseong, and grilled Korean beef at the same time. The signature menu âKorean beef omakase courseâ starts with 6 appetizers using seasonal seafood and Korean beef, and includes 6 types of grilled dishes, meals, and desserts, such as tenderloin, sirloin, shrimp, and marinated ribs. The flavor of the meat is enhanced by adding unique sauces such as beets, sun-dried garlic, pumpkins, and sweet potatoes, and fermented pickles. In particular, âbuchathal,â which adds a pleasant flavor with 6-year-old ginseng and gochujang coconut milk sauce, is the most popular.
â²Location: 2F, 18 Apgujeong-ro 60-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 17:30 â 22:00 every day
â²Price: Korean beef omakase course 250,000 won
â²Testimonial (Daredevil's older brother): When you first go in, there's a huge chandelier, where you can take pictures of your life. Haha, my anticipation grew the moment I ate the first katsu sandwich. Hehe, authentic food was served one by one, and the plating was really pretty. I've eaten a lot of Korean beef omakase all over the place, and there are surprisingly many sauces here, so I'm half excited to see what comes out next! Needless to say, the meat has a guaranteed flavor, and the dessert line is also a hit.
5. High-end Korean beef cuisine that can be enjoyed at a reasonable price, 'Tung Yi Woo Sarangbang' in Cheongdam
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âMo Tung Yi Wu Sarangbangâ is the third brand launched in Mo Tong Wu after RIPE and WX. You can experience top-quality Korean beef omakase at a more affordable price than existing Tung Yiu Woo brands. Counter seats run by 4 teams or less in a time divided into 2 parts and a room space that only receives one team per day give a glimpse into the chef's philosophy of focusing on customers. âKorean beef omakaseâ marks the beginning of the meal with beef broth containing the subtle flavor of truffles and seasonal vegetables wrapped in rice paper. Next, the meat-based menu structure, such as grilled chicken thighs smoked over a straw fire, grilled beef tongue and lamb's head, grilled special parts, sashimi, grilled sirloin, meals, and desserts, stands out. Reservations can be made through the official Instagram account.
â²Location: 42 Samseong-ro 122-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 17:30 â 22:00 every day, B/T 19:30 â 20:00
â²Price: Korean beef omakase 150,000 won
â²Testimonial (RIPE in the corner): When I went to RIPE in the corner, the main point was the entrance, but when I entered Sarangbang, I also felt that it was a place made in the corner. I was surprised to see the beef tongue visuals at first, but I was able to see with my own eyes how fresh the meat was before grilling it. I ate it at the counter, and it was a fun meal time because I was able to grill the meat over charcoal and watch various performances.
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