I finally went to Swan Yangbunsik. Parking is poor, but it's a good place for traditional pork cutlets in Busan!
Old-fashioned pork cutlet
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Swan Yangbunsik is famous for its traditional pork cutlets in Busan!
I finally went there.
If you never go to a place with a blocked road or a poor parking lot, you can go to another restaurant in Bong Blok.
It used to be topped with Bon Block, so I went here once, fell in love with it, and said I'd definitely take them with me.
* Swan food form*
Address: 252-1637, Beomil-dong, Dong-gu, Busan
Phone number: 051-634-2846
Opening hours: 11:00am to 08:00pm (closed on Sundays)
As you can see, the parking lot is a very poor environment. If you go earlier than mealtime, you can park your car like this.
The parking condition was poor, so I went to GTD.
I think he took a picture of his pawnshop in this building.
When I looked around, it had a very old-fashioned vibe… It was a great setting for a movie.
Please refer to business hours.
It's not a Sunday, and it's a house that also has break time.
The price is perfect.
Kimchi and squid rice bowls are also appealing, but we are unifying pork cutlets!
The thin cream soup is full of very finely sliced carrots.
This kind of soup should be eaten sprinkled with black pepper.
Indeed, the food comes out very quickly.
The old man is in charge of the kitchen alone, and the lady is in charge of the hall alone, but there aren't many seats, and it's quick!
You have to leave quickly and get out of here.
Salad with a sauce mixed with mayonnaise and half ketchup~
For this kind of salad, you must use a fork and knife together to grate it properly.
I don't feel the tonkatsu I felt when she was there anymore.
Rice served on a plate hahahahahahahahahaha
Hey… it's been a long time.
Tonkatsu must rise properly like this.
Macaroni, canned green peas, and pickled radishâeven the settings are just like they used to be!
It's our favorite. ^^
Shall I sing a more advanced one?
Here's our weekend brunch.
Panguduli says they'll only eat rice and kakuteki.
Dooley had trouble throwing up fat by eating more pork cutlets at the daycare center.
I forgot I was traumatized!
Dooly is tonkatsu nono
We were the only ones who were moved to eat pork cutlets in the olden days with tears.
The pork cutlet sauce was quite delicious.
Don't cut pork cutlets in advance; eat them as you slice them so the sauce doesn't dry out, says Bon Block!
A piece of rice and pork cutlet placed on a plate!
I was moved by the taste when I was a kid, and since it's a restaurant run by the elderly, I ate clean without leaving a single item.
There's a reason they want to go to eat at this place where the complicated Beomil-dong + parking is poor.
If you're really attracted to pork cutlets in the olden days~~
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