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Gaemijip Sindosi Branch (개미집신도시점)

Number of clicks32   Number of reviews0   Like0
It is a branch of Gaemijip, Busan’s most famous stir-fried octopus chain, but the taste here is just as great as the original. Just as the original store, it serves stir-fried octopus, stir-fried octopus with shrimp, and stir-fried octopus, tripe, and shrimp. All of them are popular. Many customers also order bulgogi hot pot with octopus and mushroom and tripe hot pot.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Wonsanmyeonok (원산면옥)

Number of clicks24   Number of reviews0   Like0
Wonsanmyeonok is a longstanding naengmyeon (cold noodle soup) establishment with 60 years of history, run by third-generation family members. They use Hanwoo, domestic pork, and fresh chicken, and the naengmyeon broth made of over 10 ingredients boasts the same flavor every time.
Busan > Jung-gu

Hamheung Bossam (함흥보쌈)

Number of clicks21   Number of reviews0   Like0
Originally a naengmyeon (cold noodle soup) restaurant, it has become a bossam (steamed pork) restaurant and has been in operation for over 50 years. They are famous for using fresh meat and soft texture. Theirlongstanding item, naengmyeon, is still popular, and every order is generously portioned.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Young Dough (영도우)

Number of clicks25   Number of reviews0   Like0
Young Dough is a pizzeria with a wide view of the Busan Port. The signature dish is the square Detroit-style pizza without the crust, made with their original dough. They use Imsil cheese generously to give a rich flavor to the pizza.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Seoninjang Sikdang (선인장 식당)

Number of clicks21   Number of reviews0   Like0
A restaurant co-owned by a married couple, they offer tasty hamburger steaks and curry made of healthy ingredients. As their name suggests (“seoninjang” means“cactus”), every dish and sauce here adds nopal cactus.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Donald Tteokbokki (도날드 즉석 떡볶이)

Number of clicks20   Number of reviews0   Like0
A famous nostalgic joint for the locals, Donald Tteobokki is a made-to-order tteobokki shop that has been in operation for 35 years. They are known for their original flavors with seafood broth and gochujang sauce. Many also come here for Ppeong Cream, an ice cream sandwich with ppeongtwigi (rice puff) sold as dessert.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Dongwon Sutbul Galbi (동원 숯불 갈비)

Number of clicks19   Number of reviews0   Like0
This is a hidden spot in a quiet alley specializing in pork ribs. They have stayed in one place for 38 years with just one dish: charcoal-grilled pork ribs. Despite the remote location, the restaurant has many regulars for the familiar flavor and steady quality.
Busan > Yeonje-gu

Jeongeul Dameun Siktak (정을 담은 식탁)

Number of clicks18   Number of reviews0   Like0
This home-style restaurant is beloved among office workers and neighborhood residents. Their popular dish is doenjangjjigae (soybean stew), made of fresh seafood sourced daily from Namcheon Beach Market. When you order duruchigi (stir-fried pork with kimchi) and nakjibokkeum (spicy stir-fried small octopus), a stew and a grilled fish are served on the side.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Ora (오라)

Number of clicks21   Number of reviews0   Like0
This cozy home-style Italian restaurant makes you feel as though you are invited to someone’s house. They serve general Italian cuisine, as well as a variety of authentic dishes such as arancini, cartoccio, and gnocchi.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Eom Yongbaek Dwaejigukbap (엄용백 돼지국밥)

Number of clicks21   Number of reviews0   Like0
Veteran chefs with over 10 years of experience in different fields gathered to open this pork soup restaurant. Known especially for steamed pork eaten with tofu, chives, and garlic, the restaurant features two kinds of pork soups with different broth and various dishes.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Slice of Life (슬라이스 오브 라이프)

Number of clicks16   Number of reviews0   Like0
This is a New York-style pizzeria famous among foreigners residing in Busan. You can enjoy authentic NY pizza with 15 kinds of draft beer. Make sure to check the hours as they open at different times during weekdays and weekends
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Susukino (스스키노)

Number of clicks20   Number of reviews0   Like0
A modern, charming restaurant pops up around a quiet corner of the alley. Specializing in Japanese-style soup curry that is hard to find, they make healthy food with chicken broth, 17 kinds of vegetables, and spices.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Member’s Lounge (멤버스라운지)

Number of clicks17   Number of reviews0   Like0
This hotel lounge, located on the 15th floor with the best view of the beautiful Gwangalli area, is known for the wine party that offers unlimited wine and seasonal platter.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Kkotmul Hansikdang (꽃물 한식당)

Number of clicks13   Number of reviews0   Like0
Kkotmul is a Korean restaurant at the entrance of Geumnyeonsan Mountain. The name of the restaurant “kkotmu” means rich broth that isn’t watered down. The owner-chef makes homely food that tastes mild
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Gwangalli Busanhoetjip (광안리 부산횟집)

Number of clicks24   Number of reviews0   Like0
This APEC-designated restaurant has a view that captures Gwangalli Beach at a glance. They specialize in course meals with generous portions of raw fish and dishes. Enjoy a special dining experience with the night view of Gwangandaegyo Bridge.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Gohyangkatsu (고향카츠)

Number of clicks17   Number of reviews0   Like0
Located in a quiet alley, this simple and cozy tonkatsu restaurant serves thick, juicy cutlets that are cooked twice—once at low temperature, again at high temperature—for a crispy and soft texture. Napolitan pasta and cold soba topped with tonkatsu are also popular dishes.
Busan > Suyeong-gu
※ Reference : Busan’s Best Famous Local Restaurants (Healthcare and Hygiene Division, Busan Metropolitan City, 2021)
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