sandwiches

Meet Me At Bongs- "Coffee, Brunch, BBQ"




 I was informed of a "All day breakfast" restaurant in Yuseong by owner Brian Kim of House Grill.

I arrived at the restaurant "Meet Me At Bongs" on a Saturday morning with my wife. My  impression of the outside gave me the feeling of quality. Observing sleek granite floors and modern furniture on my entry fortified my initial feeling of potential "Breakfast madness".

Seoul Food: Comfort Food and Cold Cuts at Suji's

Sometimes, you just need Mom's cooking. When living abroad, however, such a thing is usually unobtainable. Enter Suji's, one of Seoul's most talked about dining establishments, that serves up 'the next best thing to Mom's home cooking.'

Suji's was founded in 2005 by Suji Park and was originally intended to be an eatery for expats wanting a taste of home. Inspired by the corner delis of New York City, Suji's was (and continues to be) a respite from bibimbap and kimchi. With an extensive menu of delectable deli meats and a number of American brunch items, it didn't take long for Suji's to expand, opening a number of other branches, including two in Tokyo, Japan. But that was only the beginning.

The Simple Pleasures in Life…

One of the most important human capacities we enjoy is the ability to choose, and the older we get the more adept we get at choosing. I appreciate this more and more the longer I spend with other people, in both a good and bad way. Being able to choose what it is you want to do and when you want to do it makes life a little bit more enjoyable, and also livable. It’s what sets us apart and makes people interesting. I’m not going to be immature and suggest that we should try to do whatever we want, whenever we want, because that’s just not how the world works at all, but we can choose to go about doing things are own way to achieve our own level of satisfaction.


Toast story, Hadan

Yes, I am reviewing a toast place. Why? Because unlike your local Issac Toast, this place brands cute animal faces into your toast. Yes it does.

Unfortunately, despite its cutsiness and convienient florist I wouldn't recommend toast story for a first date. Why? Because as soon as you bite into one of these sandwiches, the sauce has got to go somewhere - and that somewhere is going to be your lap, your date's lap, or (if you're lucky) all over your face.


Location: At the bottom of the hill in front of Dong-A university, by the bookstore, near the subway station.
Prices
Toast: 1,000-3,000 won

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