Address: 77 Hamo-Joongan-ro, Daejeong-eup, Seogwipo
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Vegetarian: I don't think anything is meat or seafood free, sorry.
Price Range: Around ~10,000 per meal
Parking: Street Parking; Neighbourhood Parking
Are you looking for a low-key restaurant with good food and a good atmosphere? Do you eat meat/seafood? This might be the place for you!
|Gosari's front entrance is not super flashy or exciting and if you aren't looking, you might miss it.|
Moving on. The name Gosari is related to fiddle head ferns and the restaurant's interior reflects this with hanging potted plants. I really like the atmosphere of this small restaurant. It feels nice and light and the staff were very nice both times that I visited.
|Many ferns and small plants around the inside of the restaurant.|
I am no expert on donkkaseu, but a couple of my students and I went there last week and they said it was some of the best that they have ever had. Some high praise, I think.
They have three different types: Original, Spicy and Oriental. You can then add cheese topping if you would like. I opted for the cheese because I thought it would help counteract the spice, just in case. The presentation definitely passes inspections. Looking good:
Each cutlet is served with a bit of salad, pickles, a side of rice and a couple taters (the fancy plate is only when you get the cheese topping):
One of my students tried one of the pastas and another the risotto. The pasta passed, but the risotto is not recommended. Her verdict? It just didn't taste like a risotto.
With this restaurant so close to my school, I hope to check it out again. Maybe I'll be brave enough to try the squid ink pasta next time!
|Spicy Pork Cutlet with Cheese Topping|
|Oriental Pork Cutlet|
|Original Pork Cutlet|
|Seafood pasta (I can't remember which one she ordered).|
Love and Hugs.
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