For the past year, SeoulGrid has been looking for a quality pizza joint, but we kept coming up short. Although there are some very expensive Italian restaurants that serve quality pizza, few people are willing to pay 30,000KRW for a pizza that barely feeds one person. So the SeoulGrid team had a recent discussion, and we unanimously agreed that Costco has the most bang for the buck.
Archive for September, 2010
Guest Author: Lindsey Gorfine
As a reviewer, it’s always rewarding to stumble upon a place that surpasses my expectations. Small, family owned and operated, and located up a tiny backstreet near Ewha Women’s University, Tandoori Restaurant has all the markings of a quality establishment.
Immediately as I stepped inside Berlin in Itaewon, I could feel an overwhelming sense that I was back in the 1920’s. The atmosphere of Berlin was carefully designed with all things from glasses to the floors kept in mind. After my first drink came out, I understood that that the atmosphere, which was so carefully crafted, was predictive of the quality the other drinks and dishes that would soon be present.
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Located in the heart of Itaewon, this breakfast bistro offers the atmosphere and food to amply help anyone pass the day. The flying pan has a lively menu that seeks to reinvent ‘Momma’s’ old brunch favorites, and brunch is served all day from 10:30am to 11pm.
Arirang TV was kind enough to ask SeoulGrid to help film a piece about Soju in Korea. Obviously, we said yes. After about a day of filming and the producer having to put up with Mike Porto’s annoyingly gregarious personality, the following video was produced! Please enjoy. If you can’t enjoy it on the first view, trying viewing it again with soju in hand.
Note: This video will launch externally with Windows Media Player or like program on your computer.