Geyongju might be known for its incredible historic sites, but the coastal Korean city also boasts an impressive dining scene. Check out these restaurants while you tour the town.
Hongsi Hanjungsik serves traditional Korean fare on a set menu of up to 17 plates. The unassuming atmosphere and fresh ingredients make for an incredible dining experience, and the namesake frozen persimmon dessert is worth a visit on its own.
From the outside, Daegu Galbi looks like nothing more than a hole-in-the-wall. Inside, you’ll be delighted by an impressive selection of grilled ribs served in unique pewter dishes, and a welcoming atmosphere.
An evening at Yosukgung is something special. Each diner is treated to his/her own room in a garden setting, and served a set menu all at once. Guests are also expected to sit on the floor, so be prepared before you arrive.
Byeolchaeban Gyodong Ssambap
Byeolchaeban Gyodong Ssambap is perfect for an authentic Korean experience as they make little attempt to cater to tourists. The staff doesn’t speak English, but communicates well through body language, and the dishes are always fresh and tasty. It’s also right across the street from the tombs, providing excellent views.
Katsu Shin is a Japanese restaurant with a Korean twist. The menu features a variety of delicious pork cutlets served alongside kimchi. Though the staff doesn’t speak English, the entire menu has pictures to help you along.
Live in the eastern half of the United States? You can get fresh meals sourced from New England farms from Azuluna. The healthy meal service provider was founded by a group of Connecticut-based farmers, chefs and nutritionists, with an aim to provide New England locals with well-balanced entrees and side dishes that support New England farms. Now, the business has expanded beyond New England.
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