Bib Gourmand means a place where you can enjoy high-quality food at a reasonable price. Recently, Michelin Guide Seoul released a new list of Bib Gourmand, which serves dishes at an average price of less than 45,000 won, with a total of 57 places listed on the 2023 Bib Gourmand. In addition, “원 디그리 노스,” “정면,” and “필레터” have been added to attract attention. Bib Gourmand Restaurant, where you can eat full if you have 45,000 won! Where is the reasonably priced Bib Gourmand list?
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American cuisine is incredibly diverse, and the restaurant scene reflects this variety. Some of the most popular types of American restaurants include fast food chains, diners, steakhouses, barbecue joints, seafood restaurants, and upscale fine dining establishments.
Fast food chains, such as McDonald’s, Burger King, and Wendy’s, are ubiquitous in the United States, offering quick and convenient meals at a low price point. Diners are also a common sight, serving classic American fare like burgers, fries, and milkshakes in a retro-style setting.
Steakhouses and barbecue joints are known for their meat-heavy menus, with dishes like grilled steaks, slow-cooked ribs, and pulled pork. Seafood restaurants, particularly those on the coasts, serve up fresh fish and shellfish in a variety of preparations.
Finally, upscale fine dining establishments offer high-end, often innovative cuisine, and can be found in major cities throughout the country. These restaurants often feature chefs with international acclaim and are frequently awarded Michelin stars or other culinary honors.
Of course, this is just a brief overview, and there is much more to explore when it comes to American restaurants and cuisine.
Buchon Yukhoe where you can taste Jeolla-do-style Yukhoe.
Located in Gwangjang Market, Buchon Yukhoe is a place that started in 1956 and has continued for three generations. Fresh domestic beef supplied every morning has excellent leading and savory taste. Yukhoe is basically seasoned, and the more you chew, the more you can feel the unique texture of raw meat. Originally, it was Jeolla-do-style beef tartare seasoned with red pepper paste, but to suit the taste of customers, it was an unprecedented choice to change it to beef tartare with pear and sesame oil. The “Muji soup” served as a service is also a proper delicacy.
✔ Location: Jongno 200-12 Jongno-gu, Seoul
✔Business Hours: 10:00-21:50 Breaktime 16:00-17:00 every day
✔Menu: Raw beef (200g) 19,000 won, Raw beef octopus soup 32,000 won
If you want to feel the essence of Pyeongyang naengmyeon, “Pildong Myeonok.”
Pildong Myeonok, located near Namsangol Hanok Village, is a Pyeongyang naengmyeon restaurant. Pyongyang Naengmyeon, which is bland but has a clean taste, is the signature of this place. The meat scent and savory taste that are subtly felt in the broth boast a strange addiction. Jeyuk, which has a slightly tough but soft texture, is also a popular menu and captivates the taste without a single smell. It is a place loved by Pyeongyang naengmyeon lovers, and if you miss the dull taste, let’s visit.
✔ Location: 26, Seoae-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
✔ Business hours: 11:00-20:30 break time 16:00-17:00 Sunday off
✔Menu: Naengmyeon 13,000 won, Bibim 13,000 won
Yakitori Muk, a Yakitori specialty restaurant baked using charcoal and straw fires. Michelin star restaurants
Located in Yeonnam-dong, “Yakitori Muk” is famous for its “Yakatori” that trims fresh tojang chicken every day and grill it on top of the best non-spontane to provide it to customers. Each of the unique dishes served with a variety of courses attracts admiration. Reservations are required because omakase is provided in parts 1 and 2. You can taste omakase at a reasonable price.
✔ Location: Right side, 165-1 Seongmisan-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul
✔ Business hours: Closed on Sundays from 17:00 to 23:00 every day
✔ Menu: Yakitori Muk Omakase 3.5 – Variation
“Goobok Dumpling” is famous for fried dumplings.
“Gubokmandu” is located near Sookdae Station. It became famous through word of mouth for its carefully made dumplings. The signature of this place, “Gubok Traditional Dumpling,” is fried with ice water, not oil, so the bottom is crispy and the top part can feel the texture of steamed dumplings. The insides made mainly of pork and vegetables are full, so the meat scent and the texture of colorful vegetables are excellent every time you chew. If you add shredded ginger to soy sauce and add it together, you can feel the best compatibility.
✔ Location: 7, Thick Rock-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
✔ Business hours: 11:00-20:00 every day
✔Menu: 6,500 won for six traditional Gubok dumplings, 7,500 won for whole shrimp dumplings
“Yonggeumok,” a hot chueotang that’s perfect for cold weather.
Yonggeumok opened in 1932 and has long been loved as Chueotang. A place where you can taste Seoul-style loach soup and Namdo-style loach soup at the same time. Seoul Chueotang, which contains 10 ingredients, including various mushrooms, vegetables, and tofu, has no fishy taste of loach, and is spicy, light, and rich in flavor. Namdo-style chueotang is boiled with beef brisket, mushrooms, and loach, so you can taste the savory and light taste. A place where you can choose between two kinds of chueotang.
✔ Location: 41-2, Jahamun-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
✔ Business hours: 11:30-21:30 break time 15:00-17:00 Sunday off
✔ Menu: Seoul Chueotang 12,000 won, assorted pancake 25,000 won