Gyeongju Sikdang is an incredibly interesting fusion restaurant that brings together traditional Korean cooking with western sensibilities. The restaurant itself has a very chic design, maintaining the layout of a traditional Korean hanok, but with a rustic European spin. It's also named after the capital of the ancient Silla Dynasty, Gyeongju, now a small city in the southeast of the country. The most famous dish here is the meat platter, which comes in a medium and large size. It's filled with racks of grilled lamb, samgyupsal, moksal, and vegetables. There's also moksal with curry over rice, and a gomtang mixed with slices of beef from a cow's head. An array of alcohols, from premium European wines to traditional Gyeongju Beopju and more basic bottles of soju are available to complement your meal.
|Company Name||Gyeongju Sikdang (경주식당)|
|Category||Food, Drink & Nightlife Social|
|Opening Hours||11:30 - 23:00 (Break Time 15:30 - 17:30)|
49-7 Wausan-ro 13-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea 49-7
Take Line 6 to Sangsu Station and go out Exit 1. -> Walk straight about 80 meters to the first alleyway and then make a right. -> Walk up the alleyway then bear left. -> Walk about 60 meters to the end of the alleyway then turn left. -> Turn left at the next alleyway and walk 10 meters. Gyeongju Sikdang will be on your left.