Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Modern Brunch vs. Tranditonal Lunch @Downtown Daegu

Daegu Modern Brunch vs Traditional Lunch

Daegu’s modern alley is a rather new attraction that gives recognition to some important places in Daegu’s and Korea’s modern history. There are many different routes you can take which have made a connection between Daegu’s past and present. While exploring these sites you might want to stop at the two best restaurants located around the modern ally: Hanok Gugsi and Mansion 5.

Hanok Gugsi is a very traditional restaurant where they sell the typical noodles and Pajon. The restaurant has a small courtyard and is built in traditional hanok style, so prepare yourself for sitting on the ground. The house was previously owned by the Chinese poet Han Kukyo,

The restaurant is located in a small side street of the medical street, it’s easy to recognize as it has big mural paintings of women preparing food.

The restaurant is especially famous for their noodles. They have many different types both cold and hot and all noodle dishes cost 6000 KW. All meals come with wide selection of side dishes.

Hanok Gugsi
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In contrary with Hanok Gugsi, Mansion 5 is a modern style hanok restaurant that focuses on European style brunches.

Their menu includes a wide variety of soups, sandwiches, paninis and salads. They also have a wide variety of hot and cold drinks like tea, coffee and juices.

This restaurant is a little bit more expensive, but has similar prices to other European brunch places.

The restaurant is not far of Hanok Gugsi and is easy to find as the modern hanok building stands out from all the other buildings in the street. You have the option to sit inside, nice interior with big windows, or in the beautiful little garden.

Mansion 5
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So whichever restaurant you choose for, you will be in for a treat. The food in both places is very delicious and the staff is really friendly.

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