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Darijip

Number of clicks1552   Number of reviews0   Like0
It is one of the most famous ddeokboki shops in Busan. It became “Darijip (leg house)” because you could only see the legs of the customers who entered the place when it used to be a small tented stand. It is famous for its large rice cakes and fried squid.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Gwongane Maetdol Sundubu

Number of clicks1196   Number of reviews0   Like0
In operation for over 20 years, it is a restaurant recommended by taxi drivers’ seal of approval. The shop uses soft tofu made themselves, famous for the delicious taste. Side dishes made of seasonal ingredients are provided limitlessly through self-service.
Busan > Buk-gu

Gyestaurant

Number of clicks1311   Number of reviews0   Like0
This is a unique charcoal grill restaurant that serves special cuts of chicken. The witty name combines words chicken (gye) and restaurant. As the name suggests, the restaurant has a different atmosphere than a regular barbecue restaurant. The charcoal-grilled chicken goes well with wine.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Pajeon Dakgalbi

Number of clicks1519   Number of reviews0   Like1
It is an appealing stir-fried chicken restaurant where you can mix and add various toppings. Most customers come to drink, not just for food. It offers a wide variety of dishes that pair nicely with alcohol, including the seafood pancake.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Kim Youngpyo Bakery

Number of clicks1424   Number of reviews0   Like0
The bakery is run by an owner patissier, who is also a certified confectionery master. Twisted donuts, fresh cream buns, and streusel buns are the most popular items. The donut is just as soft as the first day when eaten a few days later, the cream bun has a rich milky flavor, and the streusel uniquely contains butter inside.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Choham

Number of clicks1375   Number of reviews0   Like0
This Korean restaurant provides a relaxing atmosphere. The interior is reminiscent of a cave and the private seating arrangement is nice. It offers mostly nourishing Korean dishes such as duck soup and braised seafood with galbi. It is also famous for the owner who was a member of a K-pop idol group.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Palmi Chobap

Number of clicks1311   Number of reviews0   Like0
This restaurant is one of Busan’s best-known Japanese food restaurants, a great place for serving guests in the commercial area. It is run by an owner-chef with 30 years of experience, and the course meals at this restaurant are satisfying compared to the price.
Busan > Yeonje-gu

Chamchambuja

Number of clicks1430   Number of reviews0   Like0
This restaurant, located in the main street of Yeonsan-dong, specializes in Japanese course meals. You can taste tuna and other natural sashimi. Each dish in the course, including sashimi, is of high quality. Many customers also come for the lunch-only menu.
Busan > Yeonje-gu

CGS bakery

Number of clicks1195   Number of reviews0   Like0
Bread is sold only on the day it is baked. Run the business honestly. These are two basic, but not easy principles to follow, yet this local bakery maintains them in its operation. They bake classic and trendy bread, half of each kind. Honey Madeline and Honey Rice Sponge Cake are most popular.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Otbada Jeonbok Samgyetang

Number of clicks1389   Number of reviews0   Like0
"The restaurant specializes in samgyetang(chicken soup) and serves onnamu samgyetang (chicken soup with lacquer tree chips), one of the most popular dishes for stamina, with sea abalone. Lacquer tree wine is also offered as an aperitif. This famous restaurant was also featured on TV shows."
Busan > Yeonje-gu

Well-being Yeohaeng

Number of clicks1260   Number of reviews0   Like0
It’s a kalguksu and dumpling restaurant near Busan City Hall. They offer special noodles like nourishing maesaengi kalguksu and sesame kalguksu, and also dumpling hot pot with generous portions. Dumplings are made daily, and in summer they sell homemade soy kalguksu as well.
Busan > Yeonje-gu

Jangeodaum

Number of clicks1150   Number of reviews0   Like0
This eel restaurant has been operating for three generations over 30 years and serves eel dishes. The secret to its popularity is the special sauce made by the owner. The conger eel grilled with special sauce is the most popular item.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Yang Malrye Namwon Chueotang

Number of clicks1319   Number of reviews0   Like0
It is a chueotang restaurant that has been in operation for 16 years. The bright smiles of friendly workers are memorable. Chueotang is usually classified as either Busan and Namwon style, and many shops sell both. This restaurant focuses on Namwon style, which is more hearty.
Busan > Yeonje-gu

Yeonsan Nakji Haemultang

Number of clicks1480   Number of reviews0   Like0
Any haemultang is filled with plenty of seafood, but the seafood pot here is packed with freshest of seafood that even those who don’t know much about ingredients can tell how fresh they are. When the seafood is almost ready, they add a live octopus before serving.
Busan > Yeonje-gu

Bukgyeong (Beijing)

Number of clicks1358   Number of reviews0   Like0
Located in the center of Yeonsan-dong’s main streets, this Chinese restaurant is a favorite spot for local office workers’ company gathering. While everything on the menu is good, it is especially famous for its delicious jjajangmyeon noodles.
Busan > Yeonje-gu

Yangsando Hitsumabushi

Number of clicks1459   Number of reviews0   Like0
Yangsando, a 60-year-old freshwater eel restaurant that has been passed from grandmother to grandson, specializes in Hitsumabushi, the Nagoya-style eel rice bowl. It is always crowded with customers who crave the dish, which can be eaten in a variety of ways.
Busan > Busanjin-gu
※ Reference : Busan’s Best Famous Local Restaurants (Healthcare and Hygiene Division, Busan Metropolitan City, 2020)
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