Boksoondoga F1963 stands strong in our list of hottest restaurants in Busan. Incorporating a variety of seasonal ingredients such as sweet potatoes from Yeoju and Greater Amberjack from the waters near Jeju, its menu showcase contemporary Korean cuisine with inspirations from Park Bok-soon’s very own homemade makgeolli, artisanal condiments and jam.
Opened up by the Haeundae Grand Hotel in April, 1107, Bistro Han create unique contemporary flavors using local and traditional ingredients. Korean-style beef tataki atop battered seaweed fries, octopus salad with fermented beans, seasonal scallop and catfish dishes are a few examples in their menu that are excellent in both the concept and execution. Reasonably priced and elaborately decorated with a number of semi-private rooms, Bistro Han is a perfect spot for business meetings and family gatherings.
Prior to bringing the skillful fine dining establishment to the quaint spot on Busan’s dalmaji-gil, the owner chefs have mastered authentic French culinary methods while learning from the renowned Jean François Piège and Pierre Gagnaire . . . Located on the top floor is Merciel offering what’s in its name: panoramic ocean views through the floor to ceiling windows as well as an open-air terrace.