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Hamgyeong Myeonok

Number of clicks1267   Number of reviews0   Like1
This is a restaurant specializing in Hamheung naengmyeon with 22 years of tradition. Known for their signature Hamheung style of chewy noodles made of sweet potato starch, mulnaengmyeon with rich soup stock and hoe bibimmyeon topped fermented stingray hoe are the most popular dishes.
Busan > Buk-gu

Pyeongchang Makguksu

Number of clicks1279   Number of reviews0   Like0
This is a Korean restaurant that specializes in makguksu, and has hidden know-how of making noodles with buckwheat, which is a tough technique. The broth of the noodles is made from domestic beef and served with different toppings each season. Though it’s a summer dish, many customers visit this place in winter as well to eat it with warm soup.
Busan > Buk-gu

Terra Rosa Coffee Factory 1963

Number of clicks1356   Number of reviews0   Like0
Terra Rosa Coffee Factory opened in F1963, a complex cultural space created by renovating the former Goryeo Steel factory building. Starting with installation artwork by artist Son Monju, the interior design utilizing the factory’s old items is feels special. Coffee by production area, naturally leavened bread, and desserts are available every day.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Taegeukdang

Number of clicks1251   Number of reviews0   Like0
This is an old local bakery that has been operating for more than 40 years and sells a variety of bread. The restaurant’s signature menu is black sesame crackers and egg tarts, and also offer a wealth of traditional rice crackers and classic buns that make you nostalgic.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Lee Haeuk's Coffee shop

Number of clicks1252   Number of reviews0   Like0
It is a small but quiet space to enjoy coffee. This cafe has been open for nine years at an alley. It’s nice for reading and viewing small collectibles gathered by the owner. It’s small has many things to look at, drawing many regulars with its refreshing and balanced coffee.
Busan > Buk-gu

Sikdang Samseon

Number of clicks1227   Number of reviews0   Like0
This restaurant serves charcoal-grilled meat, green onion with pork belly, and wheat noodles. It has a large space and is popular as a place for family dining. The main dish is charcoal-grilled meat, which is convenient to eat as they serve them cooked.
Busan > Buk-gu

Top Haejang

Number of clicks1123   Number of reviews0   Like0
This is a restaurant specializing in hangover soup from Jeju Island. They offer its gentle vegetable broth and light Jeju pork, stacked like a tower (“tap”) on top. Soak the mushrooms and meat toppings in broth, then dipped in soy sauce like shabu-shabu.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Simwuchon

Number of clicks1174   Number of reviews0   Like0
This is a restaurant specialized in duck dishes located near a pond at the rim of Geumjeong Mountain. They use ingredients farmed by the owner’s family. Duck set meal, served with long-simmered duck in oriental herbs and grilled duck is the most popular menu.
Busan > Buk-gu

Eonyang Bulgi Busanjip

Number of clicks1392   Number of reviews0   Like0
It is one of the most famous bulgogi restaurants in Busan, with a history of over 30 years. The main dish is Eonyang Bulgogi, which uses Hanwoo(domestic beef) sirloin with soy sauce and garlic-based marinade. It’s a bit pricy, but definitely worth a try.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Beijing Bicycle

Number of clicks1178   Number of reviews0   Like0
This Chinese restaurant features authentic Chinese-style interior, with dishes prepared by Chinese chefs. The noodles are made by traditional hand-pulling method, and with a variety of dishes, many regulars frequent this place.
Busan > Buk-gu

Swiss Bakery

Number of clicks1188   Number of reviews0   Like0
Opened in 1983, this is the oldest bakery in the area, nicknamed “Bbangcheon-dong (“bread”cheon-dong),” because there are many great bakeries. It has been investing generously in research and equipment, learning from famous Japanese bakeries and introducing German ovens. Sliced bread and red bean bread are popular items.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Sunssalbbang Sunssalnara

Number of clicks1141   Number of reviews0   Like0
It is a unique bakery that uses only rice flour without wheat to make bread. It is easy to digest for elderly people, children, and patients. It is also famous as a bakery loved by celebrities who are particularly interested in diet.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Mavis Coffee

Number of clicks1052   Number of reviews0   Like0
This cafe has been loved for 10 years since it opened as the first roaster cafe in Bukgu. The coffee is made from freshly roasted coffee beans, and you can also enjoy a variety of baked bread. Here, you can enjoy a variety of coffee from each origin of production.
Busan > Buk-gu

Donong Hanwoo Restaurant

Number of clicks1174   Number of reviews0   Like0
This is a restaurant specializing in charcoal-grilled Hanwoo(domestic beef) for 27 years. It offers beef as well as pork and shabu-shabu. The interior of the restaurant is spacious and clean, and the side dishes are arranged as neat and delicate as table d’hote restaurants.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Namchon black pork

Number of clicks1078   Number of reviews0   Like0
It is a pork specialty shop that uses only black pork from the clean area below Jiri Mountain. The black pork they serve has an entirely different texture and taste from the usual pork. They are known for using 5-layered black pork belly with the rind.
Busan > Buk-gu

The Box

Number of clicks1151   Number of reviews0   Like0
At this cafe, you can enjoy coffee in the classy restaurant-like atmosphere. Located on the banks of the Suyeonggang River, you can see the serene river flow and Centum City from the window. They offer different kinds of hand-drip coffee every day, and their homemade chocolate is also popular.
Busan > Suyeong-gu
※ Reference : Busan’s Best Famous Local Restaurants (Healthcare and Hygiene Division, Busan Metropolitan City, 2020)
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