Gostiniy Dvor

Jung-gu Gwanghui-dong 288-1 Seoul South Korea


Gostiniy Dvor, with its chintzy red decor accented by chandeliers and gold-framed landscape paintings, is well-established and has excellent food.

Food here, as in other restaurants in the area, is served on floral crockery, set on paper doilies. This all adds to the charm and the very convincing feeling that you are no longer in Korea.
The menu, written in both Russian and English, is clear and easy to navigate even if this is your first taste of Russian cuisine.
The salad menu is extensive and ranges from “vinaigrette,” a mix of boiled beetroot, onions, pickled cucumbers and potatoes, to “bird’s nest,” which is chicken fillet, cheese and egg. But for something a little warmer to begin your meal with during these chilly winter months, head straight for the soups.
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  1. pug

    very, very delicious!

    must visit, must try!

    February 18, 2014 at 6:18 am Reply
  2. Anne Veski

    I am from Poland, my friend is from Hungary and we liked the food ther very much! It took us some time to find the place, finally we called there and the waitress met us in front of the subway exit. So, before going to Gostiniy Dvor for the first time – call them for directions and do not forget to reserve. A bunch of American guys next table sugested us borsh and dumplings – wonderful! We also had kefir with pancakes, salmon stake and three salads.I recommened this place to everyone from Europe! Thanks for letting us know about the place exsistense!

    February 18, 2014 at 6:18 am Reply

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