The restaurant, well-known throughout the city has carried on its family business across three generations, opening in 1947.
Chang Thai Noodles, located on the first floor of the Centum Hotel across from BEXCO in Haeundae-gu, serves up a small sample of Thai treats in its intimate diner.
Yeongseon Bulgogi has been satisfying hungry patrons for almost a half century.
Garnished with meat slices, shredded cucumber and boiled eggs surrounded by thin ice, this "Pyeongyang-style" naengmyeon is a complete meal.
Maitre Artisan, which translates to "master craftsman" in English, is operated by French chef Damien Guilleux.
Billed as a 'contemporary lounge', Table D'Hote in W Square in Yongho-dong has become a popular meeting spot for brunch lovers and those looking for a place to enjoy a meal while chatting with their friends.
With just about a dozen seats on the first floor and a slightly more spacious upstairs with floor seating, the intimate restaurant was a great choice to grab a quick meal for an affordable price near Haeundae Beach.
Hadong Jaecheopguk, points to its 33-year history with timeworn tables and numerous picture frames featuring celebrities who have praised their food.
Choga Hanwoo, with its massive size, unique exterior and classically-styled interior, easily attracts attention even before diners take their first bites.
Dunamja JJim Dak, which translates to "two guys steamed chicken", is a popular eatery located in Busanjin-gu.