24 Hours Restaurant Food Prices Seoul Korea

24 Hours Restaurant Food Prices Seoul Korea. Want to know the food prices in Seoul Korea when you are travelling? The lists below are photographed somewhere in 03-2017 and taken from a 24 hours food restaurant. From my understanding, these 24 hours restaurants are the cheaper alternative for breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper. They have a variety of foods to choose from and portions are quite large and it is enough for 2 person but in Korea, there is a rule of “no meal sharing is allowed” when you are in a restaurant so you be prepare to order each meal for each seated person.

All food comes with free flow of seaweed soup, side dishes (example kimchi and other side dishes) and plain water. There are many 24 hours restaurant around Seoul city. The list below are taken from a larger organisation of these 24 hours chain. Usually, they are run by 2 to 3 people (1 cook and 2 servers). There are many choices of Korean food to choose from. From simple Kimbap (seaweed rolls) to rice to noodles. Sort of “anything under one roof” kind of restaurant that can get your tummy filled. There are no fried chicken or ginseng chicken tho as these are very pricey food in Korea.

Prices in these 24 hours restaurants are reasonable and as I mentioned earlier, portions are quite large. Also, bear in mind that these restaurants serves pork meat as part of their menu.

The list; prices taken in March 2017 and in Korean Won:

  • pan fried rice with shrimp – 5,000
  • pan fried rice with scrambled egg – 4,000
  • rice topped with fried kimchi – 5,000
  • pan fried rice with pork in spicy sauce – 5,500
  • pan fried rice with seafood in spicy sauce – 5,500
  • pan fried rice with kimchi and cheese topping – 5,500
  • pan fried rice with kimchi – 5,000
  • rice topped with fried pork in spicy sauce – 5,000
  • rice topped with fried squid in spicy sauce – 5,000
  • rice topped with teriyaki chicken – 5,500
  • pan fried rice with beef and mushroom – 5,500
  • pan fried rice with chicken breast in spicy sauce – 5,500
  • kimchi and pork stew served with rice – 5,000
  • silken tofu stew served with rice – 5,000
  • soybean soup served with rice – 5,000
  • kimchi and tuna stew served with rice – 5,000
  • sweet beef stew served with rice – 5,500
  • spicy mixed rice with kimchi and tuna in hot stone bowl – 5,500
  • spicy mixed rice with kimchi and cheese in a hot stone bowl – 5,500
  • kimchi, sliced ham and noodle stew served with rice – 5,500
  • spicy soy curd soup served with rice – 5,500
  • spicy fish patty stew served with rice – 5,000
  • spicy beef and vegetables stew served with rice – 5,500
  • vegetable mixed rice – 5,000
  • spicy mixed vegetables with rice in hot stone bowl – 5,500
  • ramen – 3,000
  • rice cake ramen – 3,500
  • cheese ramen – 3,500
  • dumpling ramen – 3,500
  • hot and spicy seafood ramen – 3,500
  • fried kimchi dumpling – 3,000
  • rice with tuna and egg – 4,000
  • ramen noodles with spicy rice cake – 3,500
  • jajangmyeon, black-bean-sauce noodles – 3,000
  • jjamppong, chinese-style noodles with vegetables and seafood – 4,000
  • udon soup – 4,500
  • udon stir fry with spicy sauce – 4,500
  • ramen noodles and spicy rice cake with shredded mozzarella cheese – 4,500
  • boiled dumpling – 3,500
  • pork rib dumpling – 4,000
  • fried dumpling – 3,500
  • rice with fried chicken and egg – 4,000
  • rice cake in spicy sauce – 3,500
  • fish patty soup – 3,500
  • cheese filled spicy rice cake – 4,000
  • ramen noodles and spicy rice cake with sliced cheese topping – 4,000
  • rice cake and dumpling soup – 4,500
  • lots of kimbap to choose, price from 2,000 to 3,500. (read my kimbap experience here).
    • seasoned rice roll with beef and vegetables.
    • seasoned rice roll with tuna and vegetables.
    • seasoned rice roll with spicy fish patty and vegetables.
    • seasoned rice roll with pork cutlet and vegetables.
    • seasoned rice roll with chicken cutlet and vegetables.
    • many others.
  • fried cheese pork cutlet – 6,000
  • pork cutlet sampler- 1 cheese, 1/2 sirloin, 1 chicken – 7,500
  • pork cutlet and fried rice wrapped in an omelette – 6,500
  • sausage and fried rice wrapped in an omelette – 6,500
  • fried rice wrapped in an omelette – 5,000
  • fried sweet potato pork cutlet – 6,000

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