Eat Like a Local

Great places to eat around Korea.

Eat Like a Local: French Delights at De Marigny in Marine City

Operated by the popular OPS bakery, De Marigny aims to please in their cafe and brasserie that offers simple food in an elegant setting.

Eat Like a Local: “Beer Shop”, Gorilla Brewing Company’s New Summertime Pop-up

Gorilla Brewing Company has converted its old brewery into a collaboration pop-up shop featuring six great craft beers from across the country.

Eat Like a Local: Come for the View, Stay for the Tea at Cafe Afternoon Tea in Millak-dong

Among the plethora of cafes in the city, Cafe Afternoon Tea in Millak-dong provides a beautiful space dedicated to tea in the heart of the city.

Eat Like a Local: 30 Years of Know-how – Eonyang Hanu Yanggopchang

Having been located around Suyeong intersection area for 30 years, this hanu intestines restaurant has found the optimal recipe by aging the meat for three days.

Eat Like a Local: Doongbonae Dwaeji Kalbi in KSU

Located on the back streets of the Kyungsung University district, Doongbonae Dwaeji Kalbi has been a mainstay of the area offering tasty, affordable Korean bbq since 1992.

Eat Like a Local: A Beautiful Hanu Restaurant – Oryukdo Gawon

This charming hanu restaurant in Yongho-dong offers some great Korean beef along with a beautiful view of the sea.

Eat Like a Local: Heaven in a Bowl – Somunnan Kalguksu in Oncheon-dong

Located in Oncheon1-dong, this restaurant is famous for Naeng Kalguksu; icy kalguksu. All the ingredients are fresh, including vegetables from a countryside farm every week.

Eat Like a Local: Busan Steak of Mind at Haeundae’s Piggy Bistro

No longer a well-kept foodie secret, Piggy Bistro in Haeundae thrives in presenting authentic western dishes with outstanding food and an intimate atmosphere.

Eat Like a Local: Geodae Gomtang in Marine City

On a recent trip to Haeundae, my dining partner and I decided to try Geodae Gomtang located at Benecity-Venezia in Marine City, which I'd heard is a food blogger's favorite in Busan.

Eat Like a Local: Old-Style Korean Pork Cutlets – Ms. and Mr. Wang Tongasu

Any Korean, who has memories of going to a street market with mom or with friends after school, would remember the Korean tongasu in 1980s or 1990s. Here you can taste the good memories.

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