This restaurant, opened in 2015, has become a favorite amongst Seoul's Canadian expat community, serving a variety of what is largely considered Canada's national food, poutine, with hockey memorabilia adorning the walls, and even a replica Canadian road sign hanging over a few of its booths. A massive screen at the front of the restaurant constantly shows sports, and the place fills up for big games, whether it be hockey, football, basketball, or baseball. Canucks serves six different types of poutine, ranging from the classic beef gravy and cheese curds over fries to a fusion version with spicy pulled pork and kimchi. There's also a brunch menu consisting of pancakes, omelets, and eggs benedict, and the usual fare of western food such as burgers, wings, and sandwiches. Canucks has quite an extensive drink menu as well, with plenty of cocktails and imported beer available.
145 Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea 145
Take Line 6 to Itaewon Station and go out Exit 1. -> Walk straight about 250 meters. Canucks will be on your right.