1. Delicatessen sandwich with a heart for meat, 'Wit & Meat' at Gangnam Station
A place that stands out for its casual interior that makes you feel like you've come to the US from the entrance. In the cool open kitchen, they bake their own bread and make American-style sandwiches without a break. The signature menu is âPastrami Queens,â which contains pastrami, onion jam, basil cabbage pickles, special sauce, American cheese, and mustard on sourdough bread. The combination of moist meat, rich cheese, and slightly sweet onion jam allows you to enjoy the natural flavor of a rich American-style sandwich. âThe Porghetaâ combines soft bread and pork ribs with a soft, salty, and addictive flavor. If you add coleslaw as a side, you can enjoy it refreshingly until the end.
â²Location: 32, Gangnam-daero 110-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 11:30 to 20:30 (closed every Sunday)
â²Price: Pastrami Queens 14,800 won, The Porgheta 12,800 won, Zambonbeur 9,800 won, Coleslaw 3,300 won
â²Testimonial (shikigin hazelnut latte): One meal is full enough. If you think of it as a sandwich, it might be a bit expensive… They say they bake their own bread and make their own rice crackers, so I think it's a good value for money.
2. Tomahawk steak showcased in luxury watches, 'Breitling Kitchen' in Hannam-dong
Breitling, a luxury watch brand with a tradition of 138 years, opened the world's first restaurant and cafe in Hannam-dong, Seoul. The entrance to the watch shop and cafe are separate, and the restaurant is located on the 2nd floor. If you follow the colorful interior with yellow walls, which are the signature color, you will find a cool, spacious interior that you will find is pleasant. The steak dishes here make the best meat quality through a self-aging program where selected beef is wet aged and then dry-aged. This meat is grilled on an oak charcoal grill in the style of Florence, Italy, and you can enjoy a steak full of juicy juiciness and rich flavor.
â²Location: Myungbo Building 2, 132 Noksapyeong-daero, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 12:00 ~ 21:00 (B/T 15:00 ~ 18:00)
â²Price: Dry-Aged Korean Beef Porterhouse 396,000 won, Rangers Valley Australian Wagyu sirloin 102,000 won
â²Review (Let's have fun): The service was very friendly, so I enjoyed the meal comfortably. I think it's going to be a hit soon. I really like the yellow chair.. hehe
3. New Korean beef omakase with smoke, Dosan Park 'Woomok'
A new restaurant that recently opened in Dosan Park. The interior, which has a modern interior, consists of counter seats and a room. It uses only the highest grade Korean beef from Goryeong Sanji in Gyeongbuk, and presents dishes that are enjoyable for all five senses by differentiating recipes such as genshiyaki (raw grilled meat) and smoked meat. The sharp structure that allows you to enjoy the meal until the end without the âbitter taste,â which is a disadvantage of Korean beef omakase, such as amuse bush, medium cleanser, and bread, stands out. The corkage-free policy of one bottle per team is also playing a part in gaining popularity. In the case of room omakase, there is a price difference, so it's a good idea to check it out.
â²Location: 22, Eonju-ro 170-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 17:30 to 22:00 (closed every Monday)
â²Price: Dinner Korean beef omakase 95,000 won
â²Testimonial (Shikigin Apple Pie My Zen): Reservations are already popping up… It's even better because you can eat while watching Dachi-seok cook in front of you. I thought it would be a bit tough because it was grilled, but I was impressed by how carefully they cooked like fine dining.
4. Enjoy Jeju beef on the rooftop, 'Soy milk table' in Hannam-dong
A space where you can enjoy Jeju black pork ribs in nearby Hannam-dong. There are seats on the 2nd floor of the building, but the real thrill of this place is the rooftop. The open, open space, which looks like grilling and eating meat on the rooftop of a close friend, is attractive. Good quality black pork is cut into thick slices, grilled, and when chewed, the juicy gravy fills the mouth. The meat, which focuses on quality, tastes good even when mixed with salt and sauce. Gochujang jjigae can also be eaten in a sakuri-style style with plenty of tofu, pumpkin, and meat.
â²Location: 11-9 Daesagwan-ro 30-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 16:30 to 23:00 (closed on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month)
â²Price: Premium Jeju black pork 600g 66,000 won, gochujang stew 9,000 won
â²Testimonial (Praise your voice from Chinee Shikigami): You don't have to go to Jeju Island, everyone is very tasty, haha, the meat is a little different..? It's chewy, juicy, and even the fat is delicious.. The rooftop atmosphere is also very nice
5. Korean beef meat pie eaten in line, seongsu 'tourtiÃ¨re'
A meat pie specialty store made without water, starch, or eggs using the Damyang Tteokgalbi recipe. They only sell 100 pieces a day, so you can see people waiting in line just in time for opening time. They say they usually sell out in about an hour. âMeat pieâ combines crispy pastry and chewy tteokgalbi to create a rich texture. The sweet and salty rib flavor of the meat is slightly salty, but it has a balanced flavor when paired with a light pie. If you eat it with the mildly sweet marron compote, the flavor is doubled. The interior and accessories centered on black and white have a chic and hip feel. You can pack it or enjoy it with coffee at an underground dining and drinking place.
â²Location: 30 Wangsimni-ro 2-gil, Seongdong-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 12:00 to 18:00 (pie serving time 12:00 to 13:30/closed every Sunday)
â²Price: 1 meat pie 6,000 won, 1 box 35,000 won, Americano 5,000 won, marron compote (small) 2,000 won
â²Testimonial (Eating and drinking honey â¥): It's like a 40-minute line election. There's a quantity limit of 2. I didn't eat it right away and packed it, but the pastries are really crunchy. Tteokgalbi was a bit salty, but it was fine for my taste. Another taste that comes to mind
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