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Sinheungbanjeom (신흥반점)

Number of clicks31   Number of reviews0   Like0
Sinheungbanjeom has been managed by two generations of a Chinese family for the past 55 years in Seo-gu. You can taste various Chinese dishes in an authentic atmosphere. Jjamppong soup and spicy garlic chicken are the recommended dishes.
Busan > Seo-gu

Keunjip Kodarijjim (큰집 코다리찜)

Number of clicks27   Number of reviews0   Like0
They use kodari (dried pollack) from Daepohang Port on the east coast and stone laver from Haenam, putting extra care into sourcing ingredients. The accompanying side dishes are also very nice. This restaurant is recommended for spicy seafood
Busan > Saha-gu

Jaeseong Milmyeon Gamcheon Branch (재성밀면 감천직영점)

Number of clicks26   Number of reviews0   Like0
Jaeseong Milmyeon is an up-and-coming powerhouse in the red ocean of milmyeon (wheat noodles) market in Busan. The directly managed branch maintains the same flavors as the original shop. Dumplings made freshly at the store every day are very popular, and all the ingredients are domestic except for the flour.
Busan > Saha-gu

Yeongjin Dwaejigukbap (영진 돼지국밥)

Number of clicks29   Number of reviews0   Like1
Yeongjin is one of the most famous dwaejigukbap (pork soup with rice) joints always filled with guests. The distinct meat odor is removed for a refreshing taste, and their Suyuk Baekban with steamed pork, tofu, and stir-fried kimchi is very popular
Busan > Saha-gu

Yangpyeong Kalguksu (양평칼국수)

Number of clicks31   Number of reviews0   Like0
At this restaurant located near Dadaepo Beach, the owner-chef with a 20-year experience in kalguksu (hand-cut noodle soup) makes their own ripened noodle dough and kimchi with domestic napa cabbage for a delectable dining experience. Cold noodles and cold noodles with soybeans are their popular summer-only specials.
Busan > Saha-gu

Daegaya (대가야)

Number of clicks23   Number of reviews0   Like0
Daegaya is a large restaurant that serves beef and pork on the first and second floors and duck dishes on the third floor. They also have a tasting section inside. The meat is cooked to juicy and flavorful bites on a charcoal-fired cast iron surface. The signature dish is assorted special Hanwoo cuts.
Busan > Saha-gu

Pungwonjang (풍원장)

Number of clicks45   Number of reviews0   Like0
Pungwonjang is a restaurant specializing in pork ribs owned by a well-known restaurant brand in Busan. Their original sauce and smoky coal will bring up your appetite. They are famous for the hanjeongsik-style generous setup as well as limited ribs and beef tenderloin steak prepared by seasoned chefs.
Busan > Sasang-gu

Dolsothaemulppyeojjim (돌솟해물뼈찜)

Number of clicks33   Number of reviews0   Like0
The restaurant serves an impressive pot made of stone with heaps of seafood and meat. This spicy level for this rich-flavored braise can be adjusted, and you can also add rice after eating the meat to make fried rice for an even fuller meal.
Busan > Sasang-gu

Gimbap and Deopbap (김밥 앤 덮밥)

Number of clicks26   Number of reviews0   Like0
This clean and cozy restaurant specializes in gimbap (rice roll) and deopbap (rice bowl). They give generous portions without sparing, and all the sauces and side dishes are made here.
Busan > Sasang-gu

Goen (고엔)

Number of clicks33   Number of reviews0   Like0
Goen is a Japanese restaurant located in the heart of Sasang-gu. The fresh sashimi ingredients are purchased every day and prepared with care by the owner-chef. They have a strict sanitation management system for their seafood treatment. Goen’s signature dish is the course meal that satisfies both your eyes and mouths.
Busan > Sasang-gu

Sosuin (소수인)

Number of clicks32   Number of reviews0   Like0
Sosuin is a Japanese-style bar that offers new Japanese-inspired dishes. Shortly after its opening, it started becoming packed with customers. Their distinct dishes make great meals and also pair well with drinks.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Burger Shop (버거샵)

Number of clicks27   Number of reviews0   Like0
This hand-made burger shop makes burgers with Grade 1 Hanwoo patties and brioche buns baked fresh every morning. It’s also frequented by many foreign customers. It features unique decor and also sells various props
Busan > Busanjin-gu

The Brick House (더브릭하우스)

Number of clicks30   Number of reviews0   Like0
A beautiful brick house stands in the middle of the busy street. The Brick House is an Italian restaurant known for its tasty wood-fired oven pizza. You can enjoy the classic decor, classical music, and a wide selection of wine to pair with Italian food.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Danggammilmyeon (당감밀면)

Number of clicks26   Number of reviews0   Like0
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Daom (Samjeong Tower Branch, Seomyeon) (다옴)

Number of clicks29   Number of reviews0   Like0
Daom presents a casual Korean dining experience. The food is prepared with special care, from their broth made of anchovies from the southern coast to aged marinade mixed with fruit. Bibimguksu (mixed noodles) topped with beef brisket and bibimbap (mixed rice) are their signature dishes.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Gonggamsikdang (공감식당)

Number of clicks26   Number of reviews0   Like0
Barley-fed pigs are selected and aged by specialists, then grilled by trained attendants at this Korean barbecue restaurant. Pork belly and cheese on the grill are their most popular items. You can also order a variety of side dishes.
Busan > Busanjin-gu
※ Reference : Busan’s Best Famous Local Restaurants (Healthcare and Hygiene Division, Busan Metropolitan City, 2021)
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