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    Restaurants in Daejeon share the city's fantastic food culture, which has been developed around foods that everyone can eat casually rather than unique local cuisines. So, unlike other cities, Daejeon does not have many restaurants that specialise in just one dish. Gourmet restaurants are clustered around the old downtown area near Eunhaeng-dong, the City Hall Station in Dunsan-dong, and the Yuseong Hot Spring area.

    Among the standout dishes to try are ox bone soup (seolleongtang), ginseng chicken soup (samgye-tang), hot pot rice (dolsotbap), gujeuk acorn jelly (dotori muk), Daecheongho Lake spicy freshwater fish stew (minmul maeuntang) and Sutgol Village Korean Cold noodles (sutgol naengmyeon).

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    Seonhwa-dong Food Street

    Seonhwa-dong near Daejeon Metropolitan Subway Station has a 40-year-old food street. Many restaurants here offer cheap and delicious foods such as Korean bouillabaisse (duruchigi), noodle soup (kal-guksu), ox head hangover soup (someori haejang-guk) and boiled beef or pork slices (suyuk).

    Korean bouillabaisse is one of Daejeon's specialities, and stir-fried tofu (dubu duruchigi) and stir-fried squid (ojingeo duruchigi) are also popular. The main ingredient – tofu, squid or pork – is stir-fried with seasonings and vegetables such as red pepper powder, onion, and crown daisy to create spicy yet light flavours. It's good to take as a side dish or with wine. Don't miss it while in Daejeon.

    Beliggenhet: Seonhwa-dong, Jung-gu, Daejeon, South Korea

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    Daeheung-dong Noodle Soup Alley

    Daejeon is the city of noodle soup (kalguksu). The city has more than 1,700 kalguksu restaurants and even hosts a kalguksu festival every year. It's related to the fact that Daejeon Station used to be a distributing centre for flour when the country was receiving aid from the US.

    Many noodle soup restaurants are gathered around Daeheung-dong, Jung-gu, and shank bone noodle soup (sagol kalguksu) and spicy noodle soup (eolkeuni kalguksu) are the most popular varieties available. They also put crown daisies or leeks in the soup to create a richer flavour or add perilla seeds according to taste. If you eat it with boiled pork slices (suyuk) or gimbap, it'll make a good budget meal.

    Beliggenhet: Daesa-dong, Jung-gu, Daejeon, South Korea

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    Daejeon ox bone soup

    There was a restaurant near Daejeon Station that became famous for its delicious ox bone soup (seolleongtang) a long time ago, which sparked the dish's popularity right across the city. Seolleongtang is so named because its broth is white and thick. Ox bone soup in Daejeon is known for its milky-white and lean meat broth. They simmer the leg bones, briskets of beef, ox knees, and ox heads for 24 hours to create a rich body. You'll also find diced radish kimchi (kkakdugi) and fresh kimchi (geot-jeori) served with the soup.

    Beliggenhet: 291 Mannyeon-dong, Seo-gu, Daejeon, South Korea

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    Foto: Manju Shakya (CC BY-SA 4.0) retusjert

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    Dunsan-dong Restaurant Street

    Dunsan-dong, Seo-gu, is popular among couples on a date because it has many restaurants on the streets near the Galleria Department Store. Unlike other food streets in Daejeon, Dunsan-dong Restaurant Street has more western and fusion cuisine restaurants than local food eateries. Many franchise cafés and restaurants are also found on this street. If you're looking for an atmospheric restaurant in Daejeon, this is where you should go.

    Beliggenhet: Munjeong-ro, Seo-gu, Daejeon, South Korea

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    Bongmyeong-dong Restaurant Street

    Bongmyeong-dong Restaurant Street sits is always crowded because of Yuseong Hot Springs, the station for which is surrounded by many restaurants that have been operated for generations by the same family. They're not specialising in one type of food, so you can enjoy a variety of dishes. However, many of them are hangover soup (haejangguk) or rice soup (gukbap) restaurants, open 24 hours because they're closed to the hot springs.

    Hangover soups variants such as cabbage (ugeoji haejangguk), dried pollack (hwangtae haejangguk) and Korean sausage and rice (sundae gukbap) are good to eat after bathing in hot springs or having a drink.

    Beliggenhet: Bongmyeong-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, South Korea

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    Gujeuk Acorn Jelly Village

    Gujeuk Acorn Jelly Village is located near Bukdaejeon IC in Gwanpyeong-dong, Yuseong-gu. The village has moved from Gujeuk-dong due to the redevelopment of the area and is continuing its traditions in its present location. The signature dish here is rice with acorn jelly in cold broth (dotorimuk bap) also called muksabal. Pour the anchovy and kelp broth into finely sliced jelly and mix it with kimchi, seaweed, Cheongyang red pepper, and perilla seeds. The sweet, fragrant and spicy broth will make you want more.

    Every restaurant is said to have its own recipe for acorn jelly (muk). It's usually eaten with acorn and mung bean pancake (dotori bindae-tteok), and a glass of dongdongju (rice wine) will be a perfect addition to this feast of flavours.

    Beliggenhet: Songgang-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, South Korea

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    Daecheongho Lake Spicy Freshwater Fish Stew

    Daecheongho Lake, which was formed by blocking the Geumgang River, is surrounded by many restaurants specialising in spicy freshwater fish stew (minmul maeuntang). The freshwater fish in Geumgang River have long been famous for their sumptuous taste. Mandarin fish, especially, is a local speciality that used to be brought to the kings.

    Freshwater fish caught near Daecheong Lake are boiled with various seasonings and vegetables to create refreshing and spicy flavours. Catfish, mandarin fish, or Korean bullhead can be the main ingredient, but the restaurants here also serve spicy freshwater shrimp stew (minmul saeutang), as well as pond smelt dishes as a winter delicacy.

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