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Mabongnim's Son's Tteok-bokki
The teok-bokkirestaurant owned and run by the son of the original creator of the spicy red teok-bokki. Located in Sindang-dong Teok-bokki Town Filming location from MBC variety show , starring Jung Yong-hwa and Seohyun
Located on the second floor of Gourmet Eo, this boutique restaurant with a classic atmosphere offers strictly a full-course set menu, changed daily based on the ingredients they get for the day. The dishes are all creatively prepared by Chef Eo, Yun-kwon. Reservations are required, and you can discuss your desired menu when you book your reservation.
Here, you’ll find the freshest and finest yang, or tripe, in Seoul. The dish is marinated in a special sauce for 24 hours and then grilled. Other cuts are also available.
A classy restaurant with a view of the Hangang River.
Ceci Cela (Seorae Village branch)
This is the Seorae Village branch of Ceci Cela, the main branch of which is in front of Dosan Park. This café offers mainly waffles. With its bright and cheerful Mediterranean-style interior, this cafe is a good place to enjoy weekend brunch. They also offer easy wireless Internet access.
Korean beef bulgogi (marinated thinly-sliced beef) and gomguksu (wheat flour noodles in a thick beef bone soup) are the most popular items here.
Chez Flo is a French pub recently opened by Kitchen Flo, a well-known French fusion restaurant in Seorae Maeul. They offer French and Japanese cuisine.
The owner of Sarubia worked as fashion stylist in Japan between the 60s and 80s and created the vintage feel of the café by decorating it with the accessories she used to use. It's a nice, relaxing place to drink tea.