Time Out says
With three locations in Seoul, the chain originally from Sydney, Australia has many a local flocking to the restaurant for its well-reputed brunch items. Although the April renewal of the menu has removed one of our favorites, the quinoa salad; we’re happy to welcome the Bills’ Buckwheat Salad instead. The baby vegetable base is topped with peeled buckwheat, quinoa, beetroot, nuts, avocado, cilantro and a poached egg—making it one of the lighter, healthier brunch options in the city. Mix in the spicy Harissa sauce and the salad becomes an unusual shade of red, which doesn’t take away from the salad’s taste. Bills goes to great lengths to use only the best ingredients, using free-range eggs and getting its ricotta cheese specially made at Sangha Farm (an organic milk and cheese farm) for its signature dish, the ricotta hotcake. The restaurant is quite large but has lines out the door by 11:30am so get there early to be seated right away.
17, Jong-ro 3-gil,
|Transport:||Subway Line 5 Gwanghwamun Station exit 4|
|Price:||Buckwheat Salad 19,800 won, Ricotta hotcakes 19,800 won.|