Tag Archives: American food

Ring the Alarms! Firebell in Gangnam is Smoking!

Hope the summer is treating you well! My family has left me by myself for a few weeks and heading back to the land of red, white and blue, so that means a little more free time to write and explore the Korea. Last week, I finally decided to go head down south of the […]

Brew 3.15 – Korean Fried Chicken with a Side Order of Annoyance

Brew 3.15 is the brainchild of Daniel Gray, the founder of the popular Seoul Eats blog. It is also the sister restaurant of Brew 3.14 which is conveniently located across the street. Brew 3.15 has been open for close to year, and as a rule, I usually like to wait until the dust has settled […]

The Libertine – Classy Brunch in Itaewon

There has been a lot of buzz around The Libertine since it first opened its doors back in May and most of it has been positive. Jill and I finally got the chance to go down there and experience it for ourselves. Needless to say, The Libertine lived up to expectations! The Libertine is one of 50 […]

5BEY American Kitchen and Pub in Gyeongridan – A Long Wait for Some Pretty Mediocre Food

Gyeongridan is quickly becoming one of the trendiest places in Seoul. The outskirts of Itaewon, were known mainly as the hill that leads to HBC or the hill to Craftworks. But over the past couple of years, a few notable establishments have popped up in the area. We decided to try 5Bey because ST and […]

High Street Market in Itaewon – Importers of Western Ingredients and Luxuries (Goodbye my first born son)

One of my favorite rituals on payday is to head down to Itaewon, go into a pub, usually my good friend Baby Guinness and order a nice pint of the black stuff, and maybe their chicken tenders with fries. Afterwards, with my new found riches, I head up the hill to High Street Market to find […]