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[Seoul - Yongsan] Tatami Japanese Bento

We happened to find Tatami in Sookmyung Women's University (near Yongsan station), a restaurant that serves cute little Bento lunches. 

After exploring iPark mall at Yongsan Station, my friends and I went to Sungshin Women's University area to do some shopping, cafe hopping, and eating.

I got the Grilled Chicken Teriyaki bento (7,000).
One of my friends got the Salmon Bento (8,000) and my other friend got the Smoked Salmon Donburi (사케동)  (7,000).

The meal is deceptive. It seems like you're getting a lot of food because of the presentation, but it was actually not that much food.

Depending on what you order, this box may have a different mix. I wish I had a picture of my friends' sides but had some phone issues.

Obviously, this is a bit of a late post, sorry about that...slammed with work. Went in middle of October.
The top 4 menu items of September were:
1. Chicken Teriyaki Bento (what I ordered).
2. Salmon Bento (what my friend ordered).
3. Chashu (Pork) Bento
4. Sakedong (Salmon donburi) what my other friend ordered
Tatami is actually located next to the poshest Kimbap Chunguk my friends and I have ever seen, very near to the main campus area.

The prices are pretty reasonable.
I'll just translate the side menu since the other ones have English translations already.
Croquette (3000 - potato, vegetable, curry - 3 pieces)
Tempura Shrimp (3500)
Fried Squid (3000)
Donkatsu (3500)
Chicken katsu (3500)
Fish katsu (3500)
Salmon salad (4000)

From exit 10 Sookmyung Women's University station (Line 4), cross the street and go through the tunnel bridge. Cross the street towards Tous les Jours and keep walking straight it will be on your right in about 200 meters.

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