Here we are for another week of Wanderfood Wednesday kindly hosted by Wanderlust and Lipstick.
One of the comfort foods that I crave from home is fish and chips. Growing up in Nova Scotia the fish is always fresh and finding a good “feed” made with fresh haddock along with home cut fries is never difficult. Fast forward to Korea and it’s a different story. Most western restaurants here are overpriced and mediocre at best. One that stands out in the crowd is Suji’s located in Itaewan, the foreigners section of Seoul.
Last Friday I had some errands to run in Seoul, and then I decided to pop into Suji’s to satisfy my hankering for some good fish and chips. I was not disappointed. The fish was lightly battered and fried to perfection. No knife required. The fish flaked away with a fork. Add the home cut French fries, tarter sauce, fresh cole slaw (I want the recipe), and malt vinegar, and it was a lunch made in heaven.
At $16.00 a plate, the price was within reason. My one complaint is their beverage prices. I don’t think there was anything on their beverage list under $5.00. I stuck with water, which probably is the healthiest choice.
Suji’s is located in Itaewan just around the corner from the main drag (closest to the arches).
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