The owners of Casablanca Sandwicherie were born and raised in Morocco, and so have a talent for producing the finest Middle Eastern flavors in Seoul. Sandwiches are the speciality here, with the smell of crusty, aromatic bread filling the premises every day. The lentil soup and Moroccan salad are great choices, but the chicken sandwich just can’t be beat: crunchy on the outside, juicy on the inside, full of flavor and spiced just right. The portion sizes here are generous, and prices are among the cheapest for foreign food in the Itaewon area.
Address and Telephone: 33, Sinheung-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea +82 2-797-8367
Mugyodong Bugeokukjib is the place to be among local Koreans, and a great spot for an authentic Asian brunch. There is only one menu here, consisting of a tasty soup, dried cod, kimchi, tofu and lots of ginseng. The kimchi is fantastic, and the price unbeatable. This place is always packed to the rafters with excited customers enjoying chive kimchi, cabbage kimchi, water kimchi, cucumber pickles, and much more. These side dishes are charmingly served in stainless steel containers uniquely built into the table.
Address and Telephone: 173 Da-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul 100-180, South Korea 02-777-3891