The first thing that catches your eye when you walk into Dalsiktak is the horse statue in the middle of the dining room and the unique grape shaped lambs hanging from the ceiling. It's an incredibly modern interior design, but the food is undeniably traditional Korean cuisine. Although not completely traditional in its presentation, the taste of Dalsiktak's food is heavily influenced by the Jeolla region, which has a reputation in Korea for the best food in the whole country. This is because the owner's mother is a traditional sauce artisan in Sunchang, a county in the North Jeolla Province most famous for its hot pepper paste, and the food utilizes these homemade sauces liberally. The food is of such quality that it was recently added to the Michelin Guide. It's beautiful interior design and traditional Jeolla-do style taste makes Dalsiktak the perfect place for a date.
Sunchang Gochujang Grilled Mackerel (순창 고추장 고등어구이)
Mushroom Japchae (버섯 잡채)
Beef Brisket and Baechu Ssam (차돌박이 배추쌈)
Octopus Ssamjangbap (문어쌈장밥)
|Company Name||Dalsiktak (달식탁)|
|Category||Food, Drink & Nightlife|
|Languages Available||English Japanese|
|Opening Hours||Weekdays: 11:30 - 22:00 (Break Time: 15:00 - 17:00) / Weekends: 11:30 - 22:00 (No Break Time)|
|Closed Days||Lunar New Year and Chuseok|
Dosan-daero 15-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea 11 Dosan-daero 15-gil
Take Line 3 to Sinsa Station and go out Exit 8. -> Walk straight about 150 meters and turn left at the third alley. -> Walk straight about 75 meters then turn right at the second alley. -> Walk straight to the end of the alley. Dalsiktak will be on your left. It's a red building with a small astroturf entrance.