Along with a selection of Western groceries (and a few dozen types of items imported from Thailand and Japan), High Street Market offers a proper deli in one side of the shop. Here, you can find homemade dips including several types of hummus (tahini, Sriracha and fresh basil) and artichoke & spinach dip, as well as ready-to-eat meals such as Bolognese lasagna, all of which are cooked by manager and Italian chef Andrea. There is also a baked goods section where you can find different types of bread and desserts including carrot cake, fig tarts, banana bread and brownies, as well as homemade spreads such as almond butter, cashew butter, and apple butter. With a nice sandwich and soup menu and a café, High Street Market makes for a nice spot for casual lunches, as well. Priced between 6,900 won and 9,900 won, the sandwich menu is quite extensive, with pastrami and pulled pork as a couple of popular items (you can choose to have your sandwich with rye or ciabatta bread if you wish). While the café menus are quite reasonably priced (from 2,900 won), you can of course go for the self-serving wine (5,000 won per glass), too.
|Venue name:||High Street Market||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||10am – 9pm|
|Transport:||Itaewon Station (Line 6) Exit 2, 10-minute walk.|