Tag Archives: Food

Namu (나무) Kids Cafe in Hagye: Fun for the Younger Kids

It’s cold outside.. Like really cold. So what does that mean? Kids Cafes.. sigh.. Lots and lots of kids cafes. However, on the bright side, you can let your kids burn off some steam in a warm, cozy and safe environment. Namu (which means “tree” in Korean) is a great little kids cafe near Hagye […]

Bulldogs in Itaewon – God Save the Queen! (we mean it man)

Photos by: 성범경 Instagram: bigk_art Warning: The follow article may have an unnecessary amount of British jargon which I have heard sparingly over the course of my time in South Korea. Bulldogs is one of 50 restaurants profiled in Itaewon Eats 2015! Click here to download!  First of all, thanks to my friend 성범경 for the awesome […]

Jacoby’s Burger in HBC – Big Burgers For Big Appetites

By: Erik Weichel  Please don’t be intimidated by the massive plate of food in front of you. Or do. That’s alright too. There are forks and knives for your convenience, and you’re going to need them. Jacoby’s Burger, located in Noksapyeong, provides nearly everything you can ask for in a burger joint, including fresh ingredients, […]

The Sam Hammington Food Tour – Part 1 – Indigo In Haebangchon

Last weekend some friends, the wife and I decided to follow Sam Hammington’s suggestions in the Lonely Planet Seoul edition. It was a well planned, but at the same time, sporadic process which allowed us to taste all the culinary hotspots that Haebangchon (HBC) has to offer. The original food/pub crawl started at 12:00pm and […]

Craftworks – The King of Craft Beer in Seoul and the Food’s Not that Half Bad Now Either.

Reviewing Craftworks Taphouse and Bistro is tricky because I’ve been there countless times over the course of my time here in Seoul, and like any relationship it has had its ups and downs. It was love at first bite, then we hit a rocky patch, and now, after a roller coaster ride of a relationship, […]

The Filipino Sunday Market in Hyehwa – Lively People and Cheap Meat on a Stick

As autumn sets in and the days and nights become cooler, time begins to ticks down in our minds. Winter hibernation will soon be upon us, so we should go out and enjoy the sensible weather while we can. We have been to the Sunday Filipino Market before and always have a good time. The […]