Restaurants

'Les Planches' French Restaurant

This is elegant bistro operating with chef Franck Lamache who worked 1~3stars Michelin restaurant in France.

-Position : 1 waiter or waitress, 1 cook (Beginners are possible)

-Salary discussion to depen on the career

-Working hour : 10~22 (Break time-15~17)

-1.5 day off a week

-Location : 144, Songjeonggudeokpo-qil, Haeundae-qu, Busan

                 (Near from Songjeong beach)

-Pleaes E-mail : pk081324@naver.com / flamache@hotmail.com 

  


Bollywood Indian Restaurant & Bar

A newly opened Indian Restaurant & Bar in Gwangan Beach , Busan.

We have tons of fusion,vegetarian menu in addition of having a bar section, come check out for yourself. 

We gonna have regular cultural events, movie nights, weekend specials so stay tuned.

Hope to see ya all at BOLLYWOOD BUSAN.

Facebook: http://facebook.com/bollywoodbusan/

Address: Busan, Suyeong-gu, Gwangan-dong 194-7, 2nd floor  

                부산시 수영구 광남로 130번길 9 (광안동) 194-7

Contact: 051-987-9673


Bombay Brau

Find the Perfect Indian Restaurant in South Korea. We, Bombaybrau offers Halal food in Ulsan, Seoul & Busan. Enjoy the Indian taste at Best Prices. Visit Us NOW!!!

The Indian cuisine served in Bombay Brau is as diverse as Indian cultures, languages, regions and its climate. Every major region of India brings its own unique dishes and subtle variations to popular dishes. Bombay Brau is the first restaurant in Korea to combine the distinct flavors of Indian food with fresh beer brewed on the premises. It is unfiltered and unpasteurized and has live yeast while you are having it.We work on the philosophy of "Atithi Devo Bhav" which translates as "Guest is God".We provide only the freshest ingredients available in the market and are crazy about freshness. So we make Indian cottage cheese and Indian yoghurt on the premises.We get our chicken and beef delivered every morning.Due to this focus on fresh items we even have fresh beer.


Kokiri Farm & Factory Yangsan

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Kokiri (which means elephant in Korean) is, in my humble opinion, one of the best bars in Yangsan.

Located in Beomeo, Kokiri has a great selection of locally sourced craft beers and guest ales on tap, as well as a variety of international bottled beers. It’s a great place to unwind on a Friday night or any other night of the week.

Kokiri also serves pretty good pizzas (made fresh on site) and other bar snacks. Spirits and wine are also available if you fancy something different.

A glass of craft beer will set you back between 6000-9000 Won, and, compared to some Korean beers, it’s much more flavourful. Pizzas are priced between 12,000-15000 Won. (All prices correct at time of writing)

More info, opening times and directions, can be found here.


장백산 (Jang Baeg San) Yangsan

lamb장백산, which translates as Changbai Mountain, is a lamb barbecue restaurant located in Beomeo. The owner, who told me that his name was Joey, serves lamb imported from Australia and New Zealand, and it’s really good.

Ten lamb skewers cost W10,000 and for 3 steaks, W25,000. There are other items on the menu too, which is in Chinese and Korean, but Joey speaks English and is always happy to help. This restaurant also serves Chinese beers (Tsingtao and Harbin), as it’s a Chinese restaurant (though Joey tells me that the barbecue is Korean style).


스시야마 (Sushi Yama) Yangsan

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Back home I’d eye with suspicion any eating establishment that’s located in a bus station. However, Yangsan Intercity bus terminal is home to both a Starbucks coffee shop and a sushi restaurant. 스시야마 is a conveyor belt sushi restaurant, so you sit at the bar and help yourself to whatever you like, then pay by plate at the end. At the time of writing a plate costs W1950 with salad and soup as service. The bar system makes it a good place for solo dining and there are tables too, should there not be enough space at the bar.


Chinese Restaurant (Name Unknown) Yangsan

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I’m a fan of Korea style Chinese food and this great little restaurant in Shindoshi never disappoints.

I recommend the 짜장면 (Jajangmyeon) (noodles in black bean sauce), the 군만두 (Goon mandoo) (fried dumplings) or my favorite 탕수윸 (Tangsooyook) (Korean style sweet and sour pork). The menu is in English and Korean and there are plenty of options. It’s reasonably priced and they do take out too.

Directions – From E-Mart cross the road towards Krispy Kremes and walk right. Take the next street on your left, the restaurant is in the next building after the big LG shop, on the right hand side of the road. It’s the one with Chinese writing on it, on the 2nd floor.

PS. I don’t know the name of this restaurant, as the sign is in Chinese.


Chicken Syndrome (Yangsan)

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There are so many chicken places in Korea that it can be hard to know which one to choose. However, Chicken Syndrome, located close to Nambu Market is well worth a visit.

As you can see from the image, there is no English menu, but it’s not too hard to figure out. For guidance on ordering chicken in Korea see here http://dasbloggen.com/2013/08/15/a-guide-to-korean-fried-chicken/

Directions: With the giant shoe on your right walk straight until you see Skin Food and CNA on your right. You want to take the street across the road on your left. Cross the road and walk straight, you will pass New Bombay on your left. Take the next street on your right, Chicken Syndrome is on the right hand side.


Alfaiz Uzbekistan Restaurant (Yangsan)

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Uzbek cuisine is one of my favorite food discoveries since coming to Korea. I used to travel to Gimhae, a city about 30 minutes from here, to dine at Registon, a really good Uzbek restaurant.

But Yangsan has an Uzbek restaurant of its own, located on a street which is also home to an Indian restaurant, an Indonesian cafe, a Chinese restaurant and several Asia-Marts (very handy shops which sell products imported from elsewhere in Asia).

Some of my favorite dishes include lamb or beef skewers, dumplings and carrot salad, which are all sold here. As well as fresh bread and sour yoghurt. You can wash it all down with tea, beer or Russian vodka, whatever takes your fancy.


밀양수돼지국밥 (Miryang Su Dwaeji gukbap) Yangsan

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This great little restaurant in Beomo serves a regional speciality, 돼지국밥 (Dwaeji gukbap), which is a pork soup served with rice. This is a great, cheap, meal (which is okay to eat by yourself). The restaurant is open 24 hours and also serves 순대국 (Sundaeguk) which is similar but with blood sausage instead of sliced pork in it. For more information about 돼지국밥 check out http://blog.korea.net/?p=17410.


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