Reviews on Bar food in Incheon, South Korea. Arts, entertainment, fashion, history and nature: Incheon has it all (and more)! The city is undergoing an extravagant real estate development, with a projected finish date of 2015. It also expects a large number of visitors for its 2014 Asian Games. Visitors can peruse designer shops in the Bupyeong district, enjoy events at the Arts Centre or discover local history at Liberty Park and Independence Memorial Hall. Head to the country's only official Chinatown for authentic cuisine and souvenirs. A ferry rides to the nearby islands is the perfect escape from the excitement of the city.
Things to do in Incheon
This is Incheon and Yeonsu Dong's western bar and the go-to for beer, burgers and events. The bar is owned by a very friendly American guy and his Korean wife. They have dart leagues, foosball, trivia nights, live music, movie nights and on-demand music v
This place is my second home. They have different events most weeknights and weekends often get quite full. It has everything you could want, from choosing your own music, watching sports on a big screen, darts, foosball, and video games. The beer and liquor selection is great and, even better, cheaper than you will find in just about any other bar in Korea. It's admittedly an expat bar, but it has more than its fare share of Koreans that come in and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. The menu is small, but they do it all well. From a Quadruple Bypass (Quad) Burger stuffed with 4 different cheeses and topped with jalapenos, a chicken quesadilla, Jaspers Brand meat pies, poutine, and even grilled cheese sandwiches with bacon and egg. The food is sinfully delicious.
4 based on 27 reviews
Thirsty Monk taphouse located in Orakai Songdo Park Hotel provides the perfect balance of German premier draft beer and western style dining. Enjoy the perfect pint from our extensive selection of global Weihenstephan beers.
Our party of four had burgers and one had sausage with curry sauce. All had beer. Fairly reasonable prices considering the area (near Songdo Central Park). Quality & service was excellent.Dear MBFBarrie_Ontario,Warmest greetings from Orakai Songdo Park Hotel.First of all, thank you for choosing Thirsty Monk Taphouse in Orakai Songdo Park Hotel.We are pleased to hear your voice. Your valuable feedback helps us improving our service level.Your precious comment willl be delivered to related department and we will try to figure out the solution regarding your comment.Thank you again and we hope to serve you again in the near future.Sincerely,
Craft beer and Italian food pub/restaurant located near Incheon Airport. 15 taps with variety of Korean craft beers.
My friends and I were looking for a place with a great vibe to end our night and we ran into this place. I was slightly hungry so I decided to order the bolognese spaghetti and the Busan Pale Ale. Oh My Goodness! It was the perfect hit. My friends weren't as hungry so they got the truffle fires, and we killed that too. Sloth Brewing provided the perfect ending to the perfect night.Thank you for sharing your experience with us! Hope to see you again~!! :)
4 based on 32 reviews
Great place for some Mexican food in an area dominated by local Korean restaurants. Also great for a few drinks with friends, meeting new people, and a game of pool or darts, if you're into that sort of thing. Staff are friendly, music is good, and the decor gives the place a relaxing feel.
4 based on 35 reviews
Burger & fries with a Nutella shake... overlooking central park... the BEST. Its second floor and worth the find. Lunch special is priced right for what you get. Delish juicy basic burger with a few fries & a soft drink. They try hard to get customers in & out, but it takes a while to cook the very best. Really enjoyed a taste of home.
4 based on 64 reviews
Very good and delicious food Pizza and pasta were great also on of my friends tried fish and chips he loved Only one thing that the sittings are not comfortable at all specially for feeding I'd suggest they keep those sitting for coffee or dessert and move food for more regular sittings
5 based on 221 reviews
The Cinder Bar is run by an expat Kiwi. It was opened to fill a gap in the Songdo nightlife, and now is a fun little place where good people come to meet good people. We provide a comfortable place for foreigners and Koreans to drink and eat with the aim
Delicious food, great atmosphere and caring service. What more can you ask for after a long flight. The Cinder Bar has an amazing beer selection from all over the World -- quite impressive. During my visit a patron 'rang the bell' and bought a round for the bar - so much fun!
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