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[HanCinema's Digest] Food Lovers' Lane

2016/11/12 | Permalink

Find the best salad bars in Seoul with 10 Magazine, Seoul gets its first Michelin food guide, see what it's like to eat at a North Korean restaurant in Vietnam, and My Korean Kitchen has some simple steps for making tofu kimchi.


Looking for the best salads around town? 10 Magazine has ten amazing suggestions of where to go in Korea's capital if you're looking for restaurants that "offer a damn delicious meal that leaves you full and proud of your healthy life decisions". There's, for example, Bad Farmers in Apgujeong (probably the most popular), Cafe Mama's in City Hall, Again Refresh in Hongdae, and much more to choose from. If you have a favourite salad spot, let us know where it is in the comment section below...


"Michelin names two 3-star eateries in first Seoul guide"

Seoul recently received its first food guide from Michelin that includes 24 star-worthy restaurants, two of which earned three-star status. "In order for Korean cuisine to be universalised, it must meet a universal standard and I think the Michelin listing will help Korean food become a more approachable cuisine for many people", said Kim Byoung Jin of Gaon, an executive chef who also doesn't like to complicate things: "All good food starts from fresh ingredients".


"Pleasantly surreal: North Korean dining"

Get a taste of what North Korea dining is like with this restaurant review on Vietnam News. In it, An Phương reports on a "culinary detour on the wild and weird side" and reveals what the entertainment and cuisine you can expect at Ryu Gyong Restaurant in HCM City. "Though it was tasty, I was not a huge fan of the dish since it was rather sweet and not cheesy enough for my liking". Have you ever eaten at a North Korean restaurant before? What was it like?



Sue combines tofu with Korea's favourite fermented cabbage in this recent recipe post on My Korean Kitchen. Sue is a writer, photographer and cook who shares some incredible recipes for making the best South Korea has to offer. Here she takes us through making tofu kimchi (Dubu Kimchi, 두부김치), "a delicious and versatile Korean side dish", and, of course with My Korean Kitchen, there are beautiful pictures to help inspire you along the way.


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