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Operated by “Living Treasure Of Korean Royal Cuisine” since 1991, Jihwaja is a high-class traditional Korean restaurant located in the center of downtown Seoul.
Formerly a chef at one of Tokyo's 5-star hotel, the owner of Sushi Kaisin carefully selects the freshest fish to create the best omakase for his customers.
Miseongok has been famous for their seolleongtang (ox bone soup) ever since it opened in 1966.
Goo STK 528
Goo STK 528 has become famous for their aged beef steak. The storeroom here is located right near the entrance so as soon as you come in, you'll be ab
The Green Table
The Green Table is a "semi-bistro" run by three sisters. Here you can enjoy casual bistro-style French cuisine. The interior is uniquely decorated with various plates and pastel colors.
With Korean traditional vegetarian food as its foundation, the menu at this well-being centered restaurant is created with ingredients that are not too heavy or strong and with no garlic or onion.
Persian Palace is an Iranian spicy curry restaurant run by an Iranian immigrant. Their best dish is curry made with lamb marinated in seasonings for three days. The smoked chicken curry is also recommended. Their Persian full-course set menus include various kinds of curries, six pieces of chicken, and Iranian-style rice cakes. In addition to curries, you can enjoy various kinds of exotic food, such as Iranian-style bread, yogurt, and alcoholic beverages.
Gran Gusto has gained popularity for its innovative approach to Italian cuisine, specially with their mackerel and anchovy pasta. They also cater to t