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Countless diners have come and gone, but here’s one with a 15-year history right in the middle of Seoul. Originally known as a popular brunch place in Cheongdam-dong, Café 74 has pushed back their opening time to 6pm since January. Restaurant and bar (the two are separate) menus have been continuously upgraded, and they also started serving Heineken on tap starting this month. Grilled asparagus and gorgonzola cheese or the squid risotto are some examples on the new menu. In the risotto, squid legs are diced and added in, and the rest is cooked uncut and topped on the bed of risotto. Some might find the rice-beer combination a bit unfamiliar, but remember that time when you had sushi and endless Japanese beer?
15, Seolleungro 158-gil
|Transport:||Apgujeongrodeo Station (Bundang Line), exit 4|
|Price:||Squid ink risotto 26,400 won, grilled asparagus gorgonzola 13,200 won|