Eid 이드 Halal Korean Food Restaurant is owned by a Muslim Korean man who goes by the Arabic name Sa’d. In the heart of the “foreigner neighborhood” in Seoul, Itaewon, Eid Restaurant is always packed with visitors except on Mondays when it is closed.
With a native Korean cook who is Halal-certified, Eid is perhaps the best place to eat authentic Korean food that corresponds with Islamic notions. Also, the menu changes daily so you can get the chance to try different unique Korean traditional food every time you visit. The side dishes and soup offered with meals are known to be made fresh everyday with organic ingredients, giving the food at Eid a refreshing taste and you can get free refills of soups, rice and side dishes.
Stir-fried sea food served with rice
Jjimdak (braised chicken in spicy sweet sauce)
Jjajangbap (rice with black bean sauce noodle)
Samgyetang (chicken ginseng soup)
Tteokbokki (stir-fried rice cakes)
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