Grano delivers a contemporary Korean twist to classic Italian cuisine. Located in a quiet area on the south shore of the Han River, Grano offers privacy whether you choose to sit inside or on the balcony outside. With large 50-inch tv screens often tuned to the current soccer match, Grano is the perfect destination for the dedicated sports fan with a taste for Italian.
1F 645-1 Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea, + 82 2 540 1330
Located on the second floor of the Plaza Hotel Seoul, Tuscany is known for its dedication to fresh ingredients and uses organic wheat in their pasta, which is made from scratch. It also changes the set menus on a monthly basis in order to use seasonal ingredients and keep interest piqued.
119 Sogong-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea, +82 2 310 7349
The Kitchen, Salvatore Cuomo
Located in the upscale fashion district, Sinsa-dong, The Kitchen is every bit as chic and sleek as its surroundings might suggest. With upbeat music, a contemporary design, and a spacious terrace for outdoor dining during clement weather, The Kitchen provides a modern, trendy ambience along with authentic Italian cuisine.
646-2 Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea, +82 2 3447 0071
Paolodemaria Fine Trattoria
Featuring a dessert trolley that offers at least 10 different choices of cakes and pies, Paolodemaria Fine Trattoria understands the need to feed a sweet tooth. Each dessert is made at the restaurant from scratch, and customers can choose three different options. Desserts aside, the restaurant is also renowned for its high quality Italian pasta.
Daesagwan-ro 31-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea, +82 2 599 9936
Featuring authentic Napoli pizza, the restaurant Di Matteo centers around an enormous pizza oven, which takes up most of the first floor. The décor features an old-world, colonial-style charm as well as proudly displaying the various awards which Di Matteo has won over the years.
1-141 Dongsung-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea, +82 2 747 4444