I have been aimed Busan Jib as one of the halal destinations that I should try as it was everywhere on the internet. The good thing about Busan Jib is the location, it was located in the middle of tourist attraction which is Myeondong. After tireless shopping in Myeondong ( what Myeondong famous for), this is the easiest and the nearest place to find halal food whereby it is right in the centre of Myeongdong.
My sisters and I ordered seafood (I totally forgot the actual name of the set) and the Korean pancake. I am really surprised by the price of the menu, it a bit expensive compared to other halal restaurants. It cost us more than 50,000 KRW for the whole dish. At first, we thought we want to order bulgogi but we have to forget about it as it much pricey than seafood.
The interesting part about Busan Jib it provided a menu that has Malaysian flavour in it which is Asam Pedas. Even though my sisters and I are eager to try the Asam Pedas made by Korean but we have decided to try the seafood as the budget constraints.
Nevertheless, Busan Jib is a good place to visit and the owner is so friendly. You would feel comfortable even though you are in the foreign country.
HOW TO GO
From Myeondong station exit 6 or 7, walk straight until you see the Frisbee shop (a gadget shop) and Espoir. This restaurant is located in a small alley in between these shops.
10:00 AM – 10:30 PM (Monday – Friday)
10:00 AM – 11.00 PM (Saturday – Sunday)