Dogs (dogs) are animals that have been closest to humans since time immemorial. If you’ve ever raised a dog, you’ve probably come across a staring gaze that says, âPlease take me too,â every time you look out of the door. However, it’s true that it’s hard to find restaurants where you can go with your dog. Today, the SNS Taste Appraisal Group will publish a list of âdog friendly restaurantsâ recommended by users. Be sure to visit it with my lovely dog!
1. Brunch cafe with your dog on an outdoor terrace on a spring day <íë í¬í¬ (PANFAN) > (link)
If you walk around the streets of Hongdae, you’ll find a sign in the shape of a cute dog’s foot. This is the famous brunch caffeine PANFAN (PANFAN). Photos of the owner’s dog and dog-shaped illustrations are displayed all over the place in my department, so I don’t get bored. Fans were also considerate of customers who visited the restaurant just to have a meal because the places where dogs were allowed to enter and the places where they were not allowed to enter were divided into fans. The terrace seats have stairs and umbrellas that can block the sun, making it a perfect place to come during this season when the spring breeze blows softly. The pan-pan steak with lean meat and three kinds of mushrooms (19,500 won) and the mushroom burger filled with homemade beef patties and mushrooms (17,500 won) are famous.
â Shikigami Sequoia review: A cheap and easy to enjoy fan cuisine restaurant in Hongdae! Pasta, brunch, burgers, etc. are fine!
2. Those who know know know. Restaurant without a signboard in <ìë§ í¤ì¹> Seongbuk-dong (link)
Mom’s Kitchen, a restaurant located in Seongbuk-dong, Seoul, has 3 unique characteristics. One is a 100% reservation system, and the second is a restaurant without a signboard. And finally, they offer European-style course meals and are dog-friendly. Because of this, Mom’s Kitchen, which has been a hot spot for dog people since a long time ago, is as meticulous as the name of the store, when you make a reservation. You must make a reservation at least one day in advance here, and when you make a reservation, check in advance to see if you have any allergies or food you cannot eat. Today’s menu (55,000 won), which is a course meal prepared by the chef that day, usually includes steak, raclette, etc., but it’s a good idea to check when making a reservation.
â Shikigami Makoman’s review: It’s a very popular place… it’s star-picking in the sky to make a reservation… haha… it was nice to be able to enjoy a delicious course meal at this price ^^ It’s fresh because it’s made with seasonal vegetables!!
3. <ë§ì´ì¹ì¹ì¤> Go to Itaewon to find flavors from around the world with your dog~ (link)
My Chi’s is one of Hong Seok-cheon’s âMyâ series restaurants that come to mind when I think of Itaewon. Not many people know that this restaurant, which is based on the concept of chicken dishes from around the world, is dog-friendly. Also, it’s a good idea to take care so that the dog can sit in a seat other than a cage. If you pass through an exotic signboard and sit at a neatly set table, you’ll be given a menu boasting lots of tricks, and if you look at the many menus arranged with the flags of the world, it’s difficult to decide for a while, but you can take pictures of the food and guide them together, so you can choose the number of the food you want to eat. We recommend Italian chicken (25,000 won), French chicken (25,000 won), and Mexican chicken (25,000 won).
â Hana Shikigami review: They said it was a restaurant run by Mr. Hong Seok-cheon, and it was nice that the interior was stylish and that you could eat chicken dishes from around the world. Unfortunately… the price was a bit expensive, but it was a place that tasted good.
4. If you remember this flavor, please stop by again next time! Samcheong-dong homemade tart restaurant <ëë¡ì ê¹ë¡ë§> (link)
Dorothy Caromam can only be seen by going up the alley in Samcheong-dong, so it’s a place that even people who are familiar with Samcheong-dong can pass by without knowing. There is a place selling handmade dog clothes on the 1st floor, and if you go up to the 2nd floor, you’ll find a cafe. As soon as you enter the entrance, you’ll notice a collie walking freely in the cafe, and it’s amazing to see how affectionate the customers are without covering her face like a cafe keeper. There are menus such as coffee, tarts, shaved ice, and pork cutlets where you can eat, and their homemade tarts (6,000 won to 40,000 won) are famous. Blueberries, strawberries, tiramisu, and pecan pie are popular.
â Shikigami Yuki-yang’s review: The types of tarts are so delicious~~~ It’s a paradise for rats!!! LOL, the lemon tart is so delicious!!
â Business hours: 11:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
5. Natural drinks and healthy food. Dog Friendly Cafe in Hongdae <ì¹´í ì´ë> (Link)
Hongdae CafÃ© Inu is located in an alley, so it’s not obvious, but it’s not hard to find. The owner of this place is uniquely a dentist. After thinking about a new type of dentistry, they opened and operated Cafe Inu along with the dentist. The first floor is a nice dentist with a glass, and the second floor is operated as a cafe. Inu means dog in Japanese, and since it’s a dog-friendly cafe, it’s nice to be considerate of pets, such as selling dog treats and even providing a separate chair for dogs when visiting with a dog. Another unique feature is that the menu consists of differentiated healthy drinks and meals, such as persimmon, paprika, orange juice (7,500 won), sweet pumpkin and walnut milk (7,500 won), and a 375 kcal bento (7,000 won).
â Shikigami Snowsinsi review: Mysterious cafe and dentist:) Visit Kok!