Itaewon is definitely my favorite neighborhood for eating. It is where most of the foreign restaurants pop out, mainly because a lot of foreigners live in that area. This time, I was craving something with spices, something Arabic or Turkish or African. Come discover it!
Brick Oven pizzas in Gangnam exit 11. Great service, good pizzas if you like the NY Style. Go in group rather than alone/couple! Huge pizzas!
Craftworks Pangyo is a branch of the Craftworks Taphouse & Bistro group. They serve their own crafted beers, wines, cocktails, and brunch food (burgers, pizzas, salads…) Check out how their 2nd anniversary went!
Dintaifung is possibly one of my favorite restaurants. If you know Chinese food you will know what I mean, there’s nothing in common between the strong garlic taste in some North areas, the spiciness of Sichuan, or the mild and sweet but very savory food from the South. I love this place because their xiaolongbao are just irresistible, and so are their beef noodle soup and fried rice with pork. My family came partially from Taiwan, partially from the South of China, and so our taste for Chinese food tends to sweet.
After a day out, we decided to eat at Tianjin Baozi and have some Gelato for dessert. Check out our review!
Following the Brunch series, today I present Dailyking’s Brown Sugar! It’s a great place for a nice American Brunch. A bit pricey, but in a stylish place and with huge portions. Try it out!
Bingsu is one of the most popular summer desserts in Korea. Have you heard about it? Check the post if you haven’t, or if you just want to know more!
El galbijjim, uno de mis platos coreanos favoritos, consiste en costillitas de ternera al vapor, cocinadas normalmente durante un buen tiempo en salsa de soja, azúcar y chiles, dándole ese sabor picante pero dulzón característico. Si quieren tomar un buen galbijjim en Seul, lean el post completo para averiguar adonde ir!
Galbijjimm one of my favorite dishes, consists on beef short-ribs steamed in soy sauce with pepper and sugar, amongst other ingredients, which makes this dish both a bit spicy and sweet at the same time. The best place to eat it in Seoul? Read on to find out!
To better survive in a foreign country, you sometimes need the help of certain apps. I already talked about maps and transporation apps, and today I am presenting a restaurant finding app: Mangoplate. Read on to learn more!