Love this rice cake stew a lot! Definitely going back again if I visit Korea in the future. Only thing is it's not spicy at all, if we could choose the level of spiciness then it would be perfect!
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There were two on my list that I wanted to try - this restaurant or Mabongnim Halmeoni Tteokbokki. However my Korean friend told me this is good so we went ahead. We were not disappointed! We went on Saturday after 1pm. Inside the restaurant was...More
Mukshidonna is specialising in Budae Jjigae (Army Stew Pot) and we found our way by using the Google Map. While there was a slight queue during lunch hour, service was prompt and the crew was helpful and polite. Take note that you are required to...More
I've been visiting Mukshidonna for years until they relocated to expand their restaurant. They used to be hidden in an alley and it was hard to find because we always missed the sign that points to the restaurant. LOL! We always had to stand in...More
It's army stew. Everything in one hot pot over flame. The seafood was better than the beef. Service was efficient and food was good. I would come back again. Nice to have no frills Korean "fast food" like this to warm up a very old...More
Wonderful meal!!! The meal at mukshidonna samcheongdong topped our family list of food ate in Seoul. It is indeed very tasty....not too spicy, just right. The outlet is nestled amongst the traditional shops which is very nice. The staff at the outlet is very helpful...More
we walked from gyeongbokgung to samcheongdong, around 10 min. it's was a pleasant walk as along the route there are many cafes and shopping. the restaurant is located in the samcheongdong shopping area. it was crowded during lunchtime and we were given a queue no.,...More
The place is crowded and we were fortunate that they got a table for us without much waiting. The army stew is quite spicy but very satisfying. It's felt so good eating this during cold weather. Can never forget the taste. Thumbs up.
this place really good. and this is not just simple tteokbokki. its have all you want to put in. from Anguk station, (the map in google map not really right)choose the the yulgokro-3-gil, and walk until u pass the school, and meet the first intersection....More