Quick Bites: Foodie News around SeoulMonday, July 13, 2009
Beer O’Clock has reopened in Sincheon. We have Canadian style Donair, pizza, and lots of beer. It is Canadian owned and friendly to all. Go to www.beeroclock.ca/
Zenkimchi has a new dining section. Check out restaurant reviews with full maps at http://www.zenkimchi.com/dining"
Tartine in Itaewon is now serving Romanian peasant style bread. We also have chocolate, coconut, and lemon meringue pies on the weekends. 02-3785-3400
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2 for 1 Fish and Chips nights are back at the Wolfhound on Tuesday Nights. www.wolfhoundpub.com
Anyone know where I can get ricotta cheese in Seoul? firstname.lastname@example.org
Ola! Mario in Itaewon has a new Chef Mariosole. It is most authentic Italian food that you will find in Seoul. 02-793-9003
You can download the Korea episode of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern on iTunes right now for only $1.99.
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