Tag Archives: Sandwiches

Revolucion – Havana in Gyeongridan??

By: Erik Weichel  Walking up hills and stuff for Cuban sandwiches and craft beer. Gyeongridan is one of 50 restaurants profiled in Itaewon Eats 2015! Download it today! How to Get There: This place is a bit of a pain to find. Take Noksapyeong Station Exit 2 and follow through the tunnel of death, but walk […]

Toast Monster: A Monster Mouthful of Toast in my Mouth!

By: Erik Weichel HBC’s a center for hungover fools who like to eat good food and want to do other stuff good too. How to get there: Take line 6 to Noksapyeong Station and depart from Exit 2. Walk down the hill until you reach the fork in the road. Follow the road to the left, past the […]

Route 66 in Itaewon – As American as a WalMart Apple Pie

Apple pie, the game of baseball, and the iconic Route 66 screams Americana. Unfortunately, Route 66 in Itaewon is about as equivalent to Americana as a McDonald’s on a long, deserted stretch of American highway. It’s not that Route 66 was all that bad, but damn, it was just so generic and uninspiring. Anyway, onwards. […]

Rye Post Revisited – New Location, New Menu and Still Great Sandwiches

I’ve been on a roll with sandwiches lately. First, a great experience once again at Casablanca. Now, Rye Post’s relocation has the sandwich lovers of Seoul buzzing. Rye Post was in dire need of relocation. Every time you visited, there was the risk of sitting outside in cold in the winter or in the rain in […]

Casablanca Sandwicherie Revisited – The Moroccan Sandwich Reigns Supreme

Has it really been almost a year since my first taste of Casablanca? That hazy night was full of culinary greatness and drunken shenanigans. Now, one son later, we returned as a family to catch up with an old friend. Like an old friend, we picked up right where we left off. How to get […]

Good To Go in Haebangchon – AKA Indigo’s Replacement

Update: Good to Go is now Fat Cat. Although I don’t live in Haebangchon, I go down there enough to understand that the people in the neighborhood loved Indigo’s. Coupled with that fact that according to the rumor, the owner wanted to change it up and broke their lease, it’s going to be tough for […]

Suji’s Deli in Itaewon – The Old Guard in an Ever-changing Culinary Scene

It’s been awhile since my last review. The demands of work, fatherhood and being a husband have consumed my time like the flickering flame of a candle consumes a moth. However, now that Logan is in daycare a couple of times a week, I should be able to get out and explore this great city. […]