The Wolfhound got started way back in 2006, and it’s been going strong ever since.
For starters, Wolfhound has one of the best burgers in Seoul. This heaping 180g grilled beef patty is topped with cheese and bacon lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and garlic mayo. Always a crowd favorite – or should we say favourite? Or perhaps you’d like some more Irish fare? The Fish & Chips is of course one of the best around, but there are also more unique dishes like the Toad in the Hole: sausage in Yorkshire pudding with vegetables, mashed potatoes and gravy. The Homemade Irish Stew is made with traditional Irish broth lamb, potatoes and vegetables. Wolfhound offers a nice range of breakfast items like their Bacon & Cheddar Omelet or their Steak & Eggs, and they offer them all day, everyday.
For those looking to save a few won, Wolfhound have recently launched some great deals. Introducing: Social Media Mondays, offering a choice of 9 dishes at W9,000 each, Wolfhound encourages diners to get into the swing of things and share their good times on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Regulars can still look forward to Tuesday’s classic 2 for 1 Fish & Chips; 10 wings for W4,000 with drink purchase on Thursday nights; and early bird specials from 4-7pm Monday to Friday.
Guinness on tap? Kilkenny? Of course! What self-respecting Irish pub wouldn’t?
But there’s plenty more available at Wolfhound Pub, including many of Korea’s best domestic craft brews. Red, white and even sparkling wine are available by the glass, and wine aficionados can look forward to Wolfhound’s newly launched Wicked Wednesday, where they’ll find a choice between the house red or house white, both hailing from South Africa, at just W3,500 per glass all night. Bartenders at Wolfhound are trained to make cocktails right too, so go ahead and order that Cosmopolitan or that French Martini or even a Hot Toddy. They can handle it.