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Don Charly, Itaewon, is the more spacious sister of the original Don Charly, winning the hearts of Seoul's diners with its delectable, simple and heartwarming Mexican fare. Don Charly's second restaurant is brighter, more spacious and upscale than the original but has retained the flavor and flair that put its name on the map. The menu offers a selection of cocktails and delicious margaritas alongside Mexican tapas. The braised pork Conchinitas are especially popular and pair well with any of the margaritas on the menu. Stop by with a groups of friends and order a few different things from the menu to make the most of your flavorful feast at Don Charly.
Beer, sports and pizza - Bonny's has everything you need to enjoy a rollicking good time. This cheerful little pizza pub has been around for a long time with no sighs of it slowing down now. Browse through the "beer bible" for info on the bar's extensive selection of beers and ciders from around the world. With over 100 bottled and draft beers to choose from, you are sure to be spoiled for choice. Piled high with delicious toppings, the pizzas served at Bonny's are made using dough that is prepared fresh daily before being baked to perfection. Downstairs, sporting events of every kind from all around the world are screened, attracting a lively bunch of fans. From cricket, football and rugby, to golf, tennis and baseball, no sport is left behind. Lively, cheerful and friendly, Bonny's is the perfect place to hangout with pals and fellow sports fans.
Kenya Kiambu brings the rich and flavorful Kenyan brews to the heart of the Korean capital. Located at a busy spot in the city's Yongsan-gu neighborhood, this charming bistro offers an excellent selection of specialty coffees, drip coffee and cold latte blended with the finest coffee beans. Hop in to relish a quick cup of hot coffee, even as you soak in some picturesque views of the neighboring mountains and peaks of the Korean mainland.
The Hill Cafe is adored by locals and for good reason. Bright pink doors lead into a quaint interior that is done up in white, with mismatched chairs of every size and shape. Framed photographs hang alongside posters held up by tacks and a few mirrors. The menu offers a selection of freshly brewed coffees, teas, smoothies and juices to quench your thirst while you work on your latest assignment or catch up with friends. A few sandwiches and cakes are served as well, perfectly proportioned for a light snack. Your four-legged friends are welcome too, even if only on the small patio out front. With its charming decor and relaxed vibe, the Hill Cafe attracts quite a loyal following.
Unlike many other restaurants, The Spice does not limit itself to a single branch of European cuisine but branches out into a more pan-European approach. The fusion restaurant, located conveniently close to the Hangangjin train station, is a modern and trendy place conceptualized by Edward Kwon, who is a famous young Korean chef with the mission of globalizing Korean food.
Opened in 2011, Maloney’s Pub & Grill is one of the best places in town to down draft beer and dig into fabulous burgers. Tipple on from any 12 beers on tap or from their extensive bottled beer list during happy hours or otherwise. Nosh on their famous burgers, sandwiches and their daily specials. Drop in for your late night hunger pangs or unwind over a few drinks, you will feel comfortable at this amiable watering hole.