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[Seoul - Dongdaemun] Bonggu Beer (봉구비어) - Fruit-flavored Draft Beer and Fries

Bonggu Beer (봉구비어) is a chain of beer and fries pubs (?) that popped up a few years ago. It was famous at first for it's draft "cream beer" and frites.

[Seoul - Gwangjang Market] Soon Hee's Bindaetteok (순희네 빈대떡) Korean Pancakes

Met up with a friend last weekend to eat 빈대뗙 (mung bean pancakes) and makeolli (Korean rice wine) at Gwangjang Market near Jongro-5-ga. Book a Gwangjang Market Tour

[Seoul - Gangnam] Double Trouble Part 2 - Grilled Cheese, Mango Salad, Potato Bomb

This is Part 2 of the Gangnam Double Trouble experience. Read the Part 1 post here

[Seoul - Gangnam] Double Trouble - Chicken and Waffles and Grapefruit Beer

Following the recommendation from my coworker, I met my friend for dinner at Double Trouble in Gangnam. Read Part 2 HERE!

[Seoul - Itaewon/Noksapyeong] Trevia (트레비아) - Pizza and Panini

We went to Trevia the other day, near Noksapyeong Station/Gyeongridan-Gil, to satisfy our pizza craving.

[Seoul - Chungdam] Sulbing Korean Dessert Cafe - Mango Cheese Bingsu

Summertime in Seoul means it's bingsu season. Sulbing is a rapidly expanding dessert cafe chain specializing in bingsu. My friend and I decided to try the seasonal flavor, Mango Cheese.

[Seoul - Chungdaml] Jil'Hal Bros - Chicken over Rice (Korean version of Halal Guys)

I was excited to learn that a place just opened in Chungdam, Seoul that tried to replicate the Halal Guys experience and flavor. My friend I decided to go check it out.

[Seoul - Sinchon] Sulbing Korean Dessert Cafe - Injeolmi Bingsu - The OG bingsu

Sulbing, the Korean Dessert Cafe, has been sprouting up all around the country. You should be able to find the bingsu on any corner!

[Seoul - Garosugil] Cafe Able - Round 2 for Brunch

Even years after my first visit, I still really enjoy having brunch at Cafe Able in Garosugil. It is still as popular as ever for weekend brunch, so plan ahead accordingly.

[Seoul - Jamsil] Uncles Dduk (Blooming Squid Ddukbokki) - MOST INSTAGRAMMABLE TTEOKBOKKI

Uncles Dduk (엉클스) capitalizes on the knowledge that we feast with our eyes.