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Must do foreign restaurants

Okawa Sushi brings association with the famous Sukiyabashi Jiro in Tokyo. Although probably not at the same level of quality, much like Sukiyabashi Jiro's inauspicious location in a Tokyo subway station - Okawa Sushi is tucked away in the basement of an unassuming building right next to Gwanghwamun Station in downtown Seoul. Indeed, there is nothing assuming about the sushi at Okawa and it is gre...More info

Must do foreign restaurants

Located in Somerset Palace Seoul, near Insadong, this Italian casual dining bar and restaurant boasts a variety of Italian foods, a varied drinks menu including an extensive wine list, sake and cocktails. They also serve izakaya-style dishes....More info

Must do foreign restaurants

Located at the bottom of the hill in Kyungridan is Bao, a hip stir fry restaurant. Bao allows you to create your own dish by offering 3 types of noodles and rice. They have lots of different sauces to choose from including Thai, Malay and Korean....More info

Must do foreign restaurants

Spain Club originally hails from Japan, but the food, of course, from Spain. The concept was first started in Japan and since then expanded to Seoul. This restaurant is pricey but authentic Spanish with typical Spanish dishes; tapas, jamon serrano, cheese platter and a killer paella. The shrimp squid ink paella is a must-try...and of course their homemade sangria! Spain Club is located on a quaint...More info

Must do foreign restaurants

Baker's Table is a new bakery/cafe in Kyungridan. All the breads are made in house. The shop is bright with a smell of freshly baked breads. Come in for a wide selection of breads, sandwiches and soups. The German pretzels are a definite must-try!...More info

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Morococo is a Moroccan style restaurant located in the very diverse HBC neighborhood. Its owner and Moroccan himself, Wahid, has brought some of the most delicious Moroccan inspired dishes to the shores of Korea. The menu is limited with only six or seven meals available. Every meal offers a different flavor and guarantees a memorable experience. You can choose to have a delicious lamb shank or...More info

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