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Gino’s New York Pizza in Itaewon: Pies-A-Plenty

If you ever ask the question: Should I eat pizza after a full meal? And answered yes. Congrats! You are well on your way to becoming a food blogger. After consuming half of the ocean at Little Baja, RN and I decided to walk up the small hill leading into Itaewon from Gyeongridan and grab […]

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 […]

Praha in Itaewon – Kohemian at its Finest or Wurst?

Korea+Bohemian…. It’s something that I never thought I would see, but then again, there are lots of things I thought I would never see here in the ROK. Last week, Jill and I attempted to find “OK Kitchen” in Itaewon which has moved, so we settled on Praha, an old favourite back in the day. […]

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 […]

Butterfinger at Apgujeong Rodeo – Best of the Brunch

I refuse to incorporate a tagline in my title which included a slogan from a popular candy bar that has a famous, yellow-skinned, animated family in their commercials. Instead a play on words seemed appropriate. Butterfinger! Finally, after three years, Jill and I made it down to Apgujeong Rodeo on the rarely used and far […]

Slow Garden at Hansung University Station – An Underwhelming Brunch Experience

One of the last stops in the Lonely Planet Seoul’s “Northern Section” for restaurants, at least from an international variety. We have had our eye on Slow Garden for quite some time, especially since we have been exploring the Hyehwa and Hansung University areas more frequently.  The Slow Garden experience: overpriced and stagnant. Also, there […]

Mad For Garlic in Jamsil – Dracula’s Worst Nightmare

Mad For Garlic is restaurant that I read about when I first arrived in Korea. It was profiled in the first Lonely Planet that I bought before coming to Korea 4 years ago. It has always been a great place for some excellent Italian food, and a wide selection of wine. Jill and I decided […]