By: Angela Park, News Writer
ItPlate is known for its big plates and large sum of food served; one plate order can feed up to three people and only costs 17,000 ₩ per plate! It’s most famous plates includes the BBQ steak.
If you’re looking for something a little more oriental, try the pork pilaff! It is made a wonderful fried rice dish mixed with pork, cheese, and vegetables and is topped with a fried egg. For more information about the Suwon location click here. For ItPlate’s naver.blog click here.
Miss those authentic Mexican restaurants that seemed to be everywhere back in the States? Dos Tacos is a Mexican casual grill. From quesadillas, to nacho salads, to taquerias, Dos Tacos offers all the nachos and cheese you’ve been craving! (Don’t let the high prices throw you off… They’re worth it). For more information about the Suwon location click here.
Taj is an authentic Indian food restaurant. Though some might complain that the scent is too strong, if you like spicy with a tinge of sweet, this is the right restaurant for you. Once you’ve had the naan here, you won’t ever forget the ‘taste of taj’. For more information about the Suwon location click here.
BoYoungManDoo specializes in its mandoos, a meat and vegetable packed dough bundle. It serves a variety of Korea’s most popular street-foods like chyul-myun, ramen, and bi-bim-bab. Everything on the menu is quick and easy to eat and more importantly they are all incredibly delicious! The prices range from 1,000₩ to 5,000₩. For more on contact information, click here.
Need a quick bite before heading off to your next scheduled event? Order a ‘Mr. Number One’ meat packed hotdog or burrito to-go! Mr. Number One‘s jumbo-cup lemonades are incredibly popular too. It offers 15 different types of ‘GangNam Famous Drinks’. Check out Mr. Number One’s many different locations here.
August Gusto is a perfect little quaint Italian restaurant for a romantic date night or even a nice dinner with friends or family. Even with its growing popularity, August Gusto manages to retain its serene and genteel ambience. For information on location, menu, and transportation, click here.
You have not experienced real Korean-style eating if you haven’t been to Ddoong-ba-ee choon-chun-jib dak-gal-bee. If you don’t believe me, just ask Mr. Lozano! The prices are relatively low considering the large quantity given and range from 4,500₩ to 10,000₩ per serving. For information about the Suwon location click here.
This is just an authentic meat restaurant that gives you the full Korean-style meat eating experience. The restaurant is always packed, which means it has great food! What makes ma-po-gal-mae-gi unique compared to other gogi restaurants is its assortment of meat (sausage, beef, pork, and shrimp) and the egg cooked around the grill right at your table. You can find the restaurant directly behind Lotte Department store.
An Italian-Korean fusion restaurant, Hwa-Duk 1979 opened recently this year and has gained favor among Yong-tong’s youngsters. The sweet from the pizza and the spicy from the dduk-bok-ee is a perfect combination that will leave your tongue tingling with satisfaction through its diverse taste. You will leave with a content stomach. For more information click here.
For those who are not big meat-eating fans or are for non-conventional eating styles, Chae-Sun-Dang is your way out of the meat-craze. It is a Shabu-shabu (HotPot) restaurant, meaning meat and vegetables are boiled on the spot in a slightly salty broth. There are a variety of sauces to dip the boiled food from. It’s intricate way of eating that attracts many food-lovers. For more information about Chae-Sun-Dang brand’s locations, click here.