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For those who have never experienced fine Bulgarian dinning, Zelen's should be the next stop on your Itaewon restaurant tour. Expect to be impressed from the moment you enter. The decor is elegantly unique, the staff is pleasant and attractive, and the main attraction, the food, will leave you raving about Zelen's to anyone who will listen. This is easily one of the most popular restaurants in Itaewon. They have opened a second location in Hannam-dong. See Zelen's website or Facebook page for details.
Price: Set menus around 20,000 for lunch, 30,000 for dinner.
Phone Number: 02-749-0600 (reservations recommended during peak hours)
Address: 116-14 Itaewon-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Directions: Zelen's is located on the street behind the Hamilton Hotel. Out Exit 2, take your first right and head up toward Moghul Indian Restaurant. At the T-intersection, make a left and go straight. Just after Sam Ryan's you can see Zelen's on the second floor to your right above Pattaya Thai restaurant.
El Greco's is a small, slightly hidden Greek restaurant located in Geongnidan. They opened in spring of 2012 and have gradually expanded their menu. El Greco's is a casual place with affordable prices, generous portions, and many drink specials. The foreign owner is very friendly and obviously puts the customer first. Besides serving gyros and falafels, El Greco's offers fish and chips and other great dining options.
With good food, affordable prices, and very friendly service, El Greco's is worth taking a walk over to Geongnidan to check out.
Address: Yongsan-gu, Itaewon-dong, 273-11, Seoul, 140-200
Directions: Take Noksapyung Station exit 2 and walk straight until you reach the underpass. Cross the street and take the exit to the left continuing north. At the intersection, walk straight heading toward Craftworks. After Craftworks, take the first right heading up the ally. You will see El Greco's about 50 meters up on your left.
Wang Thai is often reffered to as one of the best Thai restaurants in Korea. Located above What the Book bookstore, the atmosphere is open and comfortable, with modern, new seats and tables. The tables are spaced comfortably to provide a hint of privacy in an otherwise open floor plan. Their lunch sets are reasonably priced and come with more than enough food to fill you up.
Wang Thai is very vegetarian friendly.
Phone number: 02-749-2746 (or 2747)
Directions: Out Itaewon Station exit #1, walk straight about five minutes. Wang Thai is above What the Book, just after Burger King.
Chakraa is a professionally managed authentic Indian Restaurant, owned and Managed by Indians. The restaurant has been widely acclaimed as one of the best Indian restaurants in Korea. At only 15,000 won, the weekend buffet is highly recommended as a way to sample some of their best dishes.
Directions: Out of Exit 2, make your first left up to the street behind the Hamilton Hotel. Turn right and the enterance is on your left. 2nd Floor.
Phone number: (02) 796-2255
Cuisine: North Indian, South Indian & Tandoori. www.chakraa.co.kr
Suji's specializes in homemade deli meats, meatloaf, pasta, brunch, and nice mix of American style foods. With a warm, bistro-style atomosphere, Suji's is a bit classier than the average Itaewon lunch spot. Even with two floors inside and a rooftop terrace, there may be a wait on the weekends.
Phone number: 02-797-3698
Directions: See map
Braai Republic is a South African restaurant and pub. They specialize in South African foods such as borewors, droewors, biltong, bobotie, mielie pap, and many South African fruit juices and drinks. For a unique and authentic taste of South African food in Itaewon, Braai Republic is a great choice.
Phone Number: 070-8879-1967
Directions: Out exit #4 of Itaewon Station, walk straight about three minutes and turn left just before McDonald's. Pass through the intersection with Juliette's clothing store and Braai Republic will be on your left (2F).
Tabom Brazil is another all-you-can-eat Brazilian meat restaurant. Their head chefs are from Brazil and have many years experience working in "churrascarias." Opening in the fall of 2011, the restaurant takes advantage of a prime location on Itaewon's main street. With plenty of window seats, you can gorge yourself on meat and people watch at the same time.
Phone number: 02-797-3363
Hours: Weekdays: 11:30-3:00/6:00-10:00; weekends: 11:30-3:30/5:30-11:00
Directions: Exit 1 and walk straight. Tabom Brazil is about two minutes up on your right. 2nd floor.
This New York style bistro is self described as an Amercian seafood and grill restaurant. It has an elegant, yet casual feel with a clean, new interior. Beers on tap and very fresh ingredients make this place a nice choice if you are in the mood for something new.
Directions: Out Itaewon Station exit #1, take the fourth alley on the right.
A new sandwich and pancake restaurant in the back alley behind the Hamilton Hotel. Autumn in New York is specializing in pastrami sandwiches and is a nice spot for a light lunch or cheap date.
Directions: Exit 2 and make your first left. Take a right at the T-intersection. Autumn in New York is on your left.
Address: 112-2, Itaewon-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
Kyotofu is a Japanese dessert, sake, and dining restaurant. Although many dishes are made with tofu, this is not a vegetarian restaurant.
Phone Number: 02-749-1488
Address: 682-1 Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Directions: Out Itaewon Station exit #3, walk straight about 10 minutes. Kyotofu is on the main road past the Cheil Building.
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