Find out what American restaurants to try in Pyeongtaek. Pyeongtaek (Korean pronunciation: [pʰjʌŋ.tʰɛ̝k̚]) is a city in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. Located in the southwestern part of the province, Pyeongtaek was founded as a union of two districts in 940, during the Goryeo dynasty. It was elevated to city status in 1986 and is home to a South Korean naval base and a large concentration of United States troops. The South Korean government plans to transform Pyeongtaek city to an international economic hub to coincide with the move of the United States Forces Korea (USFK) to Pyeongtaek. During the Korean War it was the site of an early battle between U.S. and North Korean forces, the Battle of Pyongtaek. It is the location of Pyeongtaek University.
Things to do in Pyeongtaek
4 based on 49 reviews
American Breakfast and lunch menue.
Visited for breakfest, showed up around 9 am, was seated immediately and received very good and attentive service.We ordered pancakes, an omelette and some bacon. Everything tasted good, although the omelette came with a n unusual baked thing around it. It didnât taste bad, just never got that before anywhere. There was plenty of food with sidedishes of pancakes for the non-pancake dishes. The pancakes tasted really good but there was no way we could finish them all.A bit on the pricey side but on the on the other hand, lunch became sort of optional after that breakfest.
A neighbourhood American sportsbar and grill serving a wide selection of draft beers, signature cocktails and authentic comfort food to the Camp Humphreys and Pyeongtaek community.
Came here for lunch with a friend because I told him I wantedu a burger. I ordered the Tailgate Burger (lunchtime is Tailgate jr plus an extra patty). The burger was the best Iâve had in Korea so far. The beef was the right grind, it was very juicy and flavorful. It had some sort of hot sauce that greatly complimented the burger. The atmosphere was a sports bar which was great as they had football games playing. Additionally they have numerous games available such as pool, darts, and basketball. I highly recommend.
Those of you familiar with Kevin Cyr's last restaurant in Seoul serving excellent chili dogs, burgers and fries will definitely like his newest creation. Named in honor of Louis Cyr his great grand uncle and at one time the strongest man in world. Kevin has resurrected the favorites here, deep fried mac and cheese, great burgers and a friendly atmosphere. If you're in the neighborhood of Camp Humphreys be sure to stop by for a visit. It is on the second floor on the right side of the street walking away from the pedestrian gate. Look up and you'll find it.
We visited the T-House late in the evening and had it all to ourselves. The owner, Mr. Yang runs the business out of his house with the cafe on one side of the building and his home on the other. The interior decor was exquisite and, together with the well chosen music, gave the place a great ambiance. It was overcast the evening we visited, however, on a clear day the cafe is situated to permit customers to watch the sunset over the Anseong River, there is a nice balcony overlooking the river as well. The only detractor are the high tension power lines in the view.Primarily a coffee and tea shop, the menu has only a handful of dining selections, however, the options a varied and range from buffalo wings to salmon to fried rice, to sandwiches. We very very satisfied with the service and the food and even more satisfied with the desert that we had not anticipated. The bubble tea we got we delicious but a touch on the pricey side. In addition to coffee and tea, there is a alcohol menu as well with a range of selections from your every-day beer to 200000 won liquor. Overall we enjoyed our visit to the T-House and would gladly visit there again in the future. It's not close to most population centers but can be easily accessed via the 15 and 15-2 buses. If you love coffee or tea or are just looking for a nice place to have a meal I would recommend you stop by and check it out.
This is the same owner as the restaurant outside Camp Stanley, with a slightly smaller seating area (not in the street) and a bar! The food is always very tasty, and you better plan on taking some home as the portions are very large. I highly recommend the sweet and sour chicken, but i don't like hot things- my friends highly recommend the Meat Jun with cheese which is about 4 peoples worth of food. Many of the standard korean plates are available on request. It is cheaper than the other things near post, but not middle of Seoul cheap.
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