Sajik-dong in Busan is not one of Busan’s top destinations or a hot place for foodies. However, it offers a good and long list of restaurants, and quite a few of them are worth visiting. If you have a chance to see Busan One Asia Festival at Asiad Stadium or a Lotte Giants game at Sajik Baseball Stadium, consider stopping by one of these restaurants in Sajik-dong.
While Busan has a long list of tasty local menus from Dwaeji gukbap (pork and rice soup) and milmyeon (wheat noodles) to Dongnae pajeon (Dongnae-style green onion pancake), the city offers a wide variety of international culinary choices as well. This post covers a few of popular Italian restaurants in Busan.
Among many areas with countless cafes in Busan, Gijang is one of the best places to find your favorite cafe. Let’s do cafe-hopping among popular cafes in Gijang: Waveon Coffee, Cafe de 220 Volt at Osiria, and Greetvi Coffee and Bakery.
Shinsegae Centum City in Haeundae, Busan, is the largest department store in the world, and food it offers does not fall short of its fame. Three areas at the shopping center host restaurants:
restaurants on 9th floor, food market on basement 1st floor at the department store, and PamieStation and Food Trucks on 4th floor at the Shinsegae Mall. Today, let’s taste food at restaurants on 9th floor.
With a population of 120,000, it’s not too hard to find good restaurants and cafes in Haeundae Green City. Let’s stop by some popular places.