Casa di Noa (CLOSED)
Time Out says
The faces of Casa di Noa’s owners might seem familiar—and that’s because as they built their restaurant, they were filmed for a Korean TV show, to wide acclaim. Now open for several months and already quite popular, the fans don’t just come because of the couple (or their adorable little son, Noa, though he is very cute), but because Casa di Noa serves traditional Northern Italian cuisine made with dedication and old family recipes. Stringent about quality, chef Davide di Meo visits the market in person every morning to make produce selections himself. As Casa di Noa is a spaghetteria, where pasta is the main course, the pasta is all made fresh in-house. He also makes the sausage for his ragu sauce in-house as well.
43, Seongmisan-ro 26-gil
|Transport:||Hongik University Station (Line 2 & Airport Line), exit 3|
|Price:||Dinner 20,000–30,000 won|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sun 12pm–9:30pm, break time 3–6pm|