On-The-Go is an American-themed bar and grill in Bundang, to the south of Seoul. Their menu features a selection of Mexican food, as well as burgers. Some tempting reasons to visit their part of Bundang include their fish & chips, chili cheese nachos, beef tacos, and an assortment of innovative burgers. But the drinks also […]
Banana Grill is a burger restaurant chain with locations in Itaewon (Hannam) and Seolaemaeul. Not having a major web presence, Banana Grill has a strong following among Korean foodies. Good pics of menu and food can be seen at Le Bee’s blog.
New York Burger is a burger restaurant franchise with locations in Seoul, Gyeonggi, Incheon, Cheongju, and Gwangju. No English web presence, however, you can see their menu here. Specifically, their Gyeonggi locations include Guri, Anyang, Ilsan, Paju, Ansan, and Bundang. Seoul locations include the Gimpo area, Suseo, and 2 locations in Gwangjin. If anyone requires […]
Burger B is a burger restaurant in Seoul, with locations in Hongdae, Apgujeong, and Seosomun. A great menu range is available, including a variety of burgers, sandwiches, and including some tough ones to find in Korea, such as pulled pork sandwiches and proper nachos. Cocole81 has some good images of their Apgujeong location.?Maps for locations […]
If we’re going to chronicle Korea’s burger scene, we naturally need to make some mention of Jacoby’s Burgers, arguably the most popular burger place in Korea. Both foreigners and Korean foodies flock to this place to either pose with their massive burgers or to create custom burgers of their own. Maps to their Haebangchon and […]
In the winter of 2010, only 25 years old with just 100,000 won to his name, Oh Bong-gu started selling rice burgers out of cardboard boxes on the streets of Suwon. For 2 days, he didn't sell a single one. Finally, on the 3rd day, some boys came up to him and asked how much […]
Anyone ever taking Highway #98 in the backcountry between Uijeongbu and Pocheon (and not terribly far from Dongducheon) is bound for a mountain of a discovery. A mountain burger served up at a burger restaurant on the side of the highway, known as ‘Burger Prince’. If a gooey tower burger is not your thing, adjacent […]
Still attracting droves is Kraze Burger in the east side of the downtown core. Something magical must be going on if the cooks can find the right recipe that attracts both foreigners and Koreans, without having to stray into any funky fusion to appease the taste buds of everyone.
Originally borrowing heavily from the Krazy Burger model, Burnham’s Burgers has got a great central location with patio and serves up huge burgers, chili cheese fries, club sandwiches, and all sorts of other heavenly things that can clog one’s arteries. (Images from Sensationhia)