Finding the best places to eat when travelling

Junghee points to lunch of seafood and sprouts with Korean side dishes.

It’s best if Junghee finds the cafe and advises what to eat. Yummy seafood and sprouts, this time.

Yes, I do eat here in Seoul! Mostly yummy food like the seafood and sprouts in the photograph. But it’s much much better if Junghee or another kind person shows me where to go. This was such a tiny cafe I would never have dared to enter on my own, and without an English menu—that’s living dangerously.

Junghee Han is Deputy Manager of the Seoul Art Space—Yeonhui, where I’m a writer in residence at present. And she knows all the good places to eat in this area of Seoul, which has everything from rather posh to takeaways.


Apologies: two posts in one day! I got in a tangle with photos and sharing to Facebook and a few little computer issues.

5 thoughts on “Finding the best places to eat when travelling

  1. cedar51 says:

    some of your posts aren’t loading like this – the email references it as 9253 but that doesn’t go anywhere except to an oops page – but when I hit your name – I find today it loads…sounds like you are having a wonderful experience, full of new adventures.

    1. Thanks for that feedback. Actually that comes from a workaround for a computer problem. I will post a photo straight to WordPress from my phone then quickly made it private until I edited it. Sorry! I must find a better way.

      1. cedar51 says:

        no worries…it’s understandable being that you are not at your home base…

      2. And today I found a solution that will work until I get home again.

  2. When on my own in Seoul, I only ate the street food like fried crispy chicken strips or prawns
    The baked sweet potato was rather nice too.

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