Tag Archives: french food

Atelier Du Saint-Ex – AKA Le Saint-Ex 2.0 Redux

Update: Au revoir Atelier Du Saint-Ex aka Le Saint-Ex.¬† The memory of the old Le Saint-Ex with its black and white chalkboards, vintage wine bottles and dusty old books lined on the shelves still reverberates in the back of my mind. Now, the old French lounge singer¬†has been replaced by a quirky, French-inspired European pop […]

Un Deux Trois Brasserie in Itaewon – A French Experience in the Heart of Itaewon

Un Deux Trois. One Two Three. What the heck is bothering me? Oh right, it’s my stomach. After an overindulgence at Un Deux Trois last night in Itaewon, I come to you today with a slightly bothered stomach. However, a green tea at Starbucks is settling the storm. Let’s do this. Un Deux Trois has […]

Brioche Doree – Paul’s Replacement in Yeouido is Tres Bien!

Today is the first week of spring, and traditionally Jill and I head down to Yeouido to check out the cherry blossoms in Yeouido Park. Well, we didn’t get to see too many blossoms, but we did have an excellent brunch at Brioche Doree at the Marriott in Yeouido! This is where Paul’s used to […]

Euro Gourmet Near Gyeongbokgung – Foie Gras on Baguettes?? Yes Please.

Happy Lunar New Year to you fine readers. This last week has been extremely busy with work, my parents visiting and of course, little Logan deciding he wants to party in the middle of the night. Thus, I apologize for not blogging, even though I have a couple of posts I’m really excited about. Jill, […]

Le Saint Ex in Itaewon – Like Moulin Rouge But for the Tastebuds

Update: Au Revoir Le Saint Ex A phone call, a table side conversation and a Facebook confirmation over the span of a week seemed to determine Le Saint Ex’s fate in Itaewon. The long standing French bistro was apparently set to close, and technically this is true. The restaurant will close for the month of […]

Goodbye Macaroni Market, Hello American Mexican Restaurant Franchise

One of the nicer restaurants in Seoul, a diverse culinary establishment with a focus on French cuisine, and an ever-changing menu has closed their doors. As of this post, it is no longer open, nor has there been any news of a relocation. In its place is the American franchise On The Border with a […]