Been looking for açaí bowls? Here's the place for ya. Bari serves up healthy, yummy açaí bowls in a cozy setting. There are two types: the Monkey Açaí Bowl which has banana blended in its purée and the Amazon, the citrusy bowl with lemon purée. They both come with seasonal fruits, granola, honey and nuts, and there's also a variety of additional topping options to choose from: flax seeds, hemp seeds, kakao nips, etc. If you're in the mood for something savory, you can go with a salad bowl or a rice bowl served with fresh vegetables and/or seafood atop salad greens or brown rice. When ordering the salad or rice bowl, you can choose any one of Bari's house-made sauces: miso, yuzu, wasabi and yogurt.
Hawaiian shirts and poké bowls—we're certainly seeing a lot more of them in Seoul this summer. From fast-casual dining to hipster-esque superfood joints, most of the Hawaiian offerings found in Seoul so far are either Americanized (or “California-inspired,” as many of the emerging food trends are described) or Koreanized versions of the cuisine. Here are 5 Hawaiian-themed restaurants we've tried in Seoul (so our beloved readers know what they're getting into).