Il mare means "the sea" in Italian. True to its name, this restaurant specializes in pastas with seafood. It is known to the younger Korean generation ... More
Il mare means "the sea" in Italian. True to its name, this restaurant specializes in pastas with seafood. It is known to the younger Korean generation as the best place around to have delicious pasta. The interior of the restaurant sets a casual mood since the majority of the customers are young. On the walls, there are many pictures of famous Italian actors and actresses. Special recommendations include calamari (KRW8,000), Zuppa di fungi con pomodoro (KRW7,000) or Lu mache al fratti di mare (KRW18,000).
I liked how close it was to my Ilsan apartment (Janghang-dong, Goyang-si) and the food was really tasty! It's classy but not overly snobby. You can enjoy a romantic meal here or just have a nice get-together with friends. I was surprised at the menu prices; the ambiance looked like it would be an expensive restaurant, but it's actually quite reasonable. Il Mare also shows black and white movies while you wine and dine.
This restaurant specializes in Korean pork barbecue, especially using samkyubsal (pork belly) from Jin Island. Roasted pork with specially blended
Korean sauces and broiled rice is a wonderful combination. This comes with a Korean broth soup. All the foods ...
Located on the 33rd story of the Millennium Plaza (Chongno Tower), dining here is like eating in the clouds. The
Chongo building itself is regarded as a Seoul landmark, due to its innovative design. Top Cloud, lives up to ...
South of the Han River on Teheran Street, Renaissance Seoul is located in the Kangnam commercial and entertainment district, approximately
20 miles from Gimpo International Airport. This location is also two miles from Apkyung Rodeo Drive and COEX (shopping ...