The main speciality on the menu at Agio is pasta, especially ravioli and lasagna. With tasty and inexpensive dishes, this is a good place to treat ... More
The main speciality on the menu at Agio is pasta, especially ravioli and lasagna. With tasty and inexpensive dishes, this is a good place to treat your craving for good Italian food. It is particularly popular at lunch time. Patrons will find the restaurant a little less crowded in the evenings, when there is a nice view to be had from the window-side tables. Try the fruit flavored tea, or enjoy beer and soft drinks. A sampling from the menu lists spaghetti, rice and beers.
After a week of eating purely Korean food, my palate was delighted to taste something a little more familiar. The pizza very good, better than american chains, although not as spectacular as most Philly pizzarias. The restaurant caught our eye as we were exploring Insa-dong, looking for Jogye-sa temple. The Italian Alp-style building was juxtaposed against the surrounding architecture. Inside it had the look of a chalet, and the dishes all looked very tasty. We longed for Pizza and beers, and were delighted, ordering a second pizza and addition brews (Hite is a nice Korean beer to try). The prize was reasonable, as I think the bill was about KW 32,000 (around 30 bucks in 2006)for two of us with several beers each. The service was great and English was spoken. If too much kimchi and octopus has tummy a atilt, then try this place.
On a search in Seoul for some decent pizza we were seduced by the pretty courtyard, fairy lights and the sign outside reading Italian pub since 1992.... Other patrons' pizzas looked invitingly thin but on arrival proved just as bland as every other pizza in Seoul- a thin smattering of tinned tomatoes drowned in too much bland and greasy cheese. The salad wasn't bad but for the prices.......(20,000 won for a seafood pizza)don't bother. Pretty courtyard though....
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