Located in a hip district of Seoullo, the area features a blend of traditional Korean architecture and modern structures from the early 20th century.
The building's attractive front was one of many factors that attracted my curiosity to visit. I couldn't wait to take a look at the authentic 20th-century appearance.
Even though I didn't book ahead, I was able to get a table.
Come and see the stunning interior. The appropriate combination of HAY products and wood components, together with the mellow coloring of the paint, made for a stunning visual.
Cabbage salad 18,000 won
Creta (Seafood Oil Pasta) 22,000 won
The frozen crab was tough to eat, but the pasta was delicious. Perhaps if the crab had been replaced by something else, the dish would have been more successful.
Sicilia (spicy risotto with eggplant) 20,000 won
The texture of the eggplant was outstanding.
I'm not sure if the menu is the same as in other BoMarkets, but it was a lot better here.
There were a variety of shops and pubs close by, which complemented the orderly Seoullo street well.
I had never been to this street before, but I wondered why I had waited until now to do so. On the way to Chungjeongno Station, there were a lot of well-known attractions and restaurants.
Address : 205 Mallijae-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul OPEN GOOGLE MAP
Phone : +82-0507-1356-0243
Operation Hours : Monday-Saturday : 17:30 - 23:00 (Sunday closed)
Menu : Braised Kimchi with pork 24,000 / Seafood oil pasta 22,000 / Tomato kimchi pasta 18,000 / Eggplant risotto 20,000
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Writer : ykhj0713
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