Time Out says
“Kkul-mat” literally means “honey-taste” in Korean, and it is a slang term that is used to say something is as sweet and delicious as honey. But don’t think the chef and owner is so arrogant as to call his food “kkul-mat”; he explains the name actually means he’s attempting to emulate the taste of honey. With long lines for dinner even on weekdays, it’s safe to say he’s succeeding. Their sweet sauce nicely complements the two-layered Japanese-style hamburger steak oozing with cheese. The flavorful food and fresh seasonal ingredients taste even better in the Instagramworthy interior—making it a hit with everyone from young college students to neighborhood grandmas.
|Transport:||Hansung University Station (line 4), exit 5|
|Price:||Hamburger steak 10,500 won|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 11:30am–10pm|