Do you want to try the Korean cuisine? Then visit HANA, a Korean restaurant near the Duomo. They offer a great range of different Korean plates: e.g. Bibimbap, rice topped with seasoned vegetables and – as a variation – additionally with beef and egg, or Bossam, a pork dish, which is eaten by wrapping the meat and sides in vegetable leaves such as lettuce. If you prefer a soup, try the Naengmyeon, a cold noodle soup with vegetables. But attention: it is a little bit spicy. Seafood lovers will enjoy the Haemul pajeon. Pajeon is a batter of eggs, wheat flour, rice flour,scallions and often other ingredients. For the haemul (hae = sea) pajeon, various seafood (e.g. shrimps) are used in the batter and toppings. Order different dishes and share them with your friends, like this you can taste a great variety of dishes! And absolutely don’t miss out on the Makgeolli, the oldest traditional Korean rice wine! Delicious!!!
Via Giuseppe Mazzini, 12