If you walk down the street in Jeonju Hanok Village, you'll see many people sitting on the street eating baguettes.
While watching hellish couples eating foods full of baguettes
When I searched, I was able to find a baguette dish called Jiji Gaiya.
Street is a super simple snack menu that you can easily carry and eat
Starting with the naming, the sense stood out, so I tried it simply.
The street street was located on the way to a famous cathedral in Jeonju.
Please note that the veteran kal noodles are also famous on the other side
Because street food is the signature snack menu of Hanok Village
A lot of people lined up to place orders.
It's made in advance, so the turnover rate is really fast.
The menu is only one baguette burger, 4,000 won
Because it's a menu that's easy to enjoy, they make it in advance and sell it
Even if you line up, you can eat it quickly
They also sell drinks that go well with baguettes
I recommend buying drinks from other good places.
I don't really want to recommend drinks
There are also people who take a break in chairs without tables in the store, but
To match the naming, I wrapped it so that I could enjoy it on the street
Even if I think about it again, I really like the name Street Night
The filling is a salad with ketchup and mayonnaise and contains meat and vegetables
Don't be too excited because it's a simple snack to enjoy
Addictive street baguette
First of all, I think I ate 3 in front of the store
I bought a total of 6, but everyone is busy eating in front of them.
I've even packed one for my older brother who is driving on the way home.
I ate it over time, so the baguette bread has a garden of sauce.
Even though I packed one and came to Seoul to eat it, it's excellent as a snack for beer.
It's a great street to enjoy as a quick snack