Seoul is by far one of our favorite cities in Korea. A major part of this love is the food that is available. Our island is fairly westernized and we are able to both buy and eat a lot of the food that we crave from back home. But this is still nothing compared to the vast assortment of foreign foods available in Seoul. We went to visit last weekend and therefore spent about 48 hours gorging ourselves on all of the delicious availability.
We also got my favorite, eggs benedict. Neither choices disappointed and both the hubs and I left feeling very full. A feeling that the hubs does not often encounter here in Korea.
We look so happy because we finally get breakfast food.
Our last morning was spent at the Flying Pan, also in Itaewon. This place has very unique dishes but it is more expensive with smaller portions compared to Suji’s. (The french toast was 15,000w compared to Suji’s price of 12,000w). They used to have a great early bird special where they offered a dish along with coffee for 10,000w but they have recently stopped offering this. We split the french toast which may have just been the best french toast I have had. It was made out of a type of flaky pastry bread and was topped with strawberries and ricotta cheese. YUM.