While I do love my soju with mussel soup at a pocha, Moules française & Frites is my go-to place for white wine and warm Belgium moules when I became nostalgic about my travels in Europe. The owner’s experiences in France are evident in the food. The most sought-after dishes are the mussels in tomato sauce and the gratin dauphinois. Wash these dishes down with a French beer, such as a Kronenbourg 1664, or a shot of soju. At the end, don’t forget to order noodles, a specialty at this restaurant that you can add to your leftover soup broth.
|Venue name:||Moules française & Frites|
1F, 22, Gwanak-ro 14-gil
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sun 5pm–2am|
|Price:||Kronenbourg 1664 6,500 won, gratin dauphinois 9,900 won, mussels in tomato sauce (for two) 14,900 won|