Popocha in an upscale pojangmacha franchise in Korea, with locations in Daegu’s Samdeok, Beomeo, Deurangil, Bokhyeon, and Igok areas, as well as Seoul’s Seongnae area and Anyang in Gyeonggi. They offer a range of Korean anju, such as fried chicken, bulgogi, and jjimdak, however, their most popular menu feature is their 1 meter-long shish-kebabs that […]
With so many foreign teachers or expats living in Daegu, one may think every bar and restaurant in the city has been discovered, either through word of mouth or through individual exploration. Yet there remain a number of establishments that slip under our radars. I feel it necessary to drag us away from the monotony […]
Laviola is a nice little Italian place near Manchon E-mart in east Daegu, which has been generating good buzz among Daegu bloggers in the Korean online foodiverse. I haven’t had a chance to write it up on the wiki, but it’s not too hard to get to from E-mart. If coming out of E-mart, turn […]
Smack dab in the middle of the Samdeok district is Italy and Italy. A timeless Italian favorite among Daegu expats, that Koreans also rave about in their blogs. (From Sunju’s blog)
Seafood lovers in Daegu need to look no further than visiting any of the SeaHouse locations in the city. A great hot and cold buffet of sushi, various kinds of seafood, desserts, salads, plus has some non-seafood fare, such as pizza, spaghetti, and fried chicken. (Image from Ofood)
Anyone who has done visa runs to Fukuoka may have heard how famous their ramen is there. Well, in case you may have missed trying it, give 이정 a visit in downtown Daegu, just down the alley from Cafe Nescafe, which you can easily see on the way to Academy Theater, if coming from Banwoldang.
I’ve long considered Papa John’s to be the best non-Costco pizza in Korea (I’m not including the odd Italian place that puts out good pizza, like Wood and Brick or Sortino’s, but moreso referring to franchise pizza with multiple locations.). I just noticed that they opened recently (March 27, to be exact), across from the […]
A user on the wiki recently commented on our online profile of Little Italya and offers his feedback: Best Italian food I have had in years and who thought I’d find it in Korea! The food is fresh and the staff is friendly. Tonight in fact the Chef greeted us at the door and waited […]
If you ask most young Daegu urbanites about a top 5 list for downtown restaurants that are hip and have good 분위기 (ambience), Tteulerae seems to always make its presence somewhere in the conversation. Located right across from 2.28 Memorial Park.