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Laothai Bliss - Suseong's Hidden Gem

Living near Jisan/Suseong Lake area, there are so many restaurants that figuring out what to eat has become a challenge. One night as I am riding my bike through a random street, I read a sign that says “Laothai” which immediately catches my attention for many reasons. First, I love Thai and Southeast Asian food. Second, I was curious what kind of food the restaurant served.

“Our Steaks Are Better Than Sex” - 2046 Pansteak

After hearing a lot of hype about this place from various Facebook blogs, I finally got to check it out myself. And let me tell you, it was worth the wait!

 

Thanksgiving Turkey

Which Sandwich is Best at Wich Wich?

Two years ago a very harrowing thing happened in downtown Daegu. The Quiznos sub sandwich shop, mind you the only one in Daegu, closed its doors. Gone were the days of foot-long bacon chicken ranch sandwiches and meatball subs. It was a sad time for sandwich lovers in Daegu, more-so because once the location opened its doors again a few months later, it had been converted into...another...cell phone shop. Yes, that’s right.

Barazi - Japanese Inspired with a Korean Twist

On a cold and blustery winter night, we ventured out to the Bang Cheon Traditional Market (방천시장) to enjoy a wonderful new restaurant, Barazi (바라지). For those of you who don’t know where it is, it’s about a 10 minute walk from the Kyungpook National University Hospital (경대병원역) subway exit number 3. Just head straight after coming up from the escalator, and on you’ll see the market on your right-hand side about 5 minutes later. Go to the entrance where there is a huge square sculpture archway (the second arch way). Go under it and make your second right.

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