Time Out says
When it comes to nutrition and dining, the It-word right now has to be “superfood.” A term used to describe foods with that are rich in nutrients and that provide health benefits, the trend of superfood dining has hit all over cities in Europe and the U.S. In Seoul, you can find this trend happening at La Ferme, which opened less than three months ago. The menu includes several salads (with the chickpea and chicken quinoa being our favorites), while hot dishes like the seafood quinoa stew, oats risotto and chicken couscous offer slightly heartier options. Not only are the dishes filling, well balanced and healthy—they’re addictively good. The chicken is well seasoned, flavorful and tender, while the hummus (in the chickpea salad) is creamy and savory. Your mouth waters at the sight of these colorful dishes coming out of the kitchen and into the brightly lit jungle-like space. Director Park Ji-hye (who also owns the French restaurant Routine down the street) explains that she just wanted people to know that healthy food can also be delicious. La Ferme, one of our new favorite restaurants in Seoul, does not fail to disappoint.
32, Itaewon-ro 54-gil, Yongsan-gu
|Transport:||Line 6, Hangangjin Station|
|Price:||Chicken couscous 18,500 won, chickpea salad 14,500 won.|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sun 11am-9pm.|
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DO NOT eat here!! They rip you off and it's not even that good. I ordered take out and they gave me a SLIVER , I mean sliver of bass and the rest of the dish barely covered the bottom of the bowl that it came in. I paid 17,500 won for what i thought would be a decent portion of sea bass. and received a child's portion. Seriously what a joke! Do not order from this place. I only gave it a star because I had to otherwise I wouldn't give a star at all.