BY MELISSA TAIT
So, in my estimations, there’s junk food, which is MacDonalds, and there is non-junk food such as a lovingly hand-prepared burger with a side of rustically cut home fries. Of course the latter is much better and is included in my diet and exercise regime.
Falling into this category is Fresh Fries Factory in Seomyeon. To an Aussie, the option of frying seafood is obviously the best way to go about it (pleeease can someone open a fried squid place!!!) and the chips and fish in FFF were crunchy, delightful and fresh. Served with some aioli (garlic mayonnaise) and a W1,500 draft beer, the fish and chips (W8,000) were great for a night off from Korean food. And obviously good for the diet because it is all battered and fried in the tiny kitchen on site. Well, not as caloristically bad as other fries.