This Itaewon micro-brewery and restaurant might just be what you need if you are missing a taste of craft beer and gourmet home-style cooking. Craft Hans prides its own brewery and “beer laboratory” where they create specially designed tastes including a classic pale ale, mango ale, Han’s Pilsner and dark ale.
While sipping on a cold one, you can also order a fusion of pizza, quesadilla, bruschetta, fried chicken, nachos, cob dip, gambas picante, shrimp salad and much more.
Crafts Hans also offers a homely environment, with warm wood-lined interior and an English menu for foreigner’s convenience.
Seoul Brewery is a new Brewpub that offers quality craft beer and foreign food. A newcomer in Seoul, Seoul Brewery proposes craft beers made by Head Brewer from Canada. You can enjoy these craft beer with a variety of foods from around the world. The chef here, who studied in the United Kingdom and Switzerland, proposes dishes such as French-style tarts, cake, and even toasts.
Located in Incheon, Caligari Brewing was founded in 2015 and opened in 2016. The Brewery is always in constant researching and developing for their beers. Caligari Brewing brewing attracted the greatest attention for the past few years, they were then able to grow to ten stores. While you will enjoy their craft beer, you will be able to taste side dishes, one of the most famous beings “ Life Pizza”.
Founded in February 2015, Playground Brewery is a brewery located in Goyang. The company proposes seven craft beers for now and a new one will be coming out soon. The company opened a taproom in Incheon where you can enjoy the fresh homemade beer with a meal or snacks such as salad, chicken, burger or sandwiches.
Opened since 2003, Trevier is one of the first generation Handmade Beer Brewery in South Korea. Located in Ulsan, the company relies on fresh raw material and a thorough process control in order to brew the best beer. The brand proposes annual Line-up including eight craft beer as well as seasonals Line-up. Since the opening, Trevier opened nine branches around South Korea.
Fundoori (펀두리) is an Asian-fusion restaurant and pub that serves premium beers, spirits, and cocktails along with an exciting menu of tandoori chicken-based meals. Fundoori serves amazing Indian food along with a great selection of alcoholic beverages that will keep you refreshed all night. Not only does it have amazing food, but it also has an amazing atmosphere that makes you feel welcome the second you walk in. Fundoori is great for both foreigners and locals trying to enjoy new and interesting foods in Seoul. The pub is filled with nice people, international atmosphere, and tasty Indian food, so there will surely never be a boring second in there.
Located in Apgujeong, MADE serves casual Italian-American classics and New American bistro dishes.
Influenced by Italian-American cuisine with an emphasis on meatballs and parm, various sauces and carb options, allowing customers to mix and match their orders.
House baked bread, meats ground on premise and sauces prepared daily.
Opening our doors in May 2014, The Beastro serves uniquely American dishes and inventive cocktails in the heart of Hongdae, Seoul.
Our goal is to make food that is an honest reflection of what contemporary America is today. A place where different cultures come together and constantly evolve; not driven by trends, but through discovery.
The team is led by sibling and co-owner duo Executive Chef Matthew Chung and General Manager Catherine Chung.
A word from the wise, you will want to move into Cafe Bubu. The house and surrounding garden is not only a cozy home, but it also smells like roasting coffee and has an adorable dog that will curl up on the couch with you.
The garden has plenty of chairs to lounge in during summer, and the rest of the house is yours to explore as well! Serving coffee, beer, desserts, and a few main dishes, this cafe is a local favorite for any time of day. Some nights there are even impromptu jam sessions!
Yaletown Burgers & Bar (since 2009) in Sinchon has re-opened under new management with a more modern image, brand new furniture, a better kitchen, a new chef (from ‘OK Burger’!), and a new menu!!
From Sinchon station (line 2), exit 2, walk straight towards Yonsei University for about 300m. At the corner of Olive Young, turn left. Yaletown is on the 3rd floor of the first building.