Dalbong: Something For Everyone!
Type: Western-Bar Food (wings, fries, pizza, etc.) and Korean-bar food
Prices: Food from 4,000, Drinks from 3,000 (menu pictured below)
Dalbong's colorful, spacious, low-key interior is staffed with efficient servers creating a pub-like experience that's perfect for conversing with friends.
One of the draws in going to Dalbong is the variety of sauces which compliment the fried food items on the menu. While most foreigners will be impressed with the sour cream, other sauces include; sweet chili, garlic cheese, chili, hot chili, tomato salsa, bbq, garlic dipping, creamy onion, and honey mustard (but no ranch, sorry). But what to do with this huge selection?
The “go to” option when visiting Dalbong is the chicken wings! For 7,000 won you get seven crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside wings which may be the best in the city, along with a side of seasoned fries.
If you are looking for a lighter bite to eat, the hash browns are a great option. Cooked just right, goes nicely with ketchup or sour cream. Costing only 2,500 won and easily shared between a group, it is just right for going out after a meal. If you're looking for more fried-potato-goodness, try the crispy seasoned fries for 6,000 won. They usually put a substantial amount of cheese powder on them (not recommended). The basket is a good size, for more than one person. You want to enjoy some sauces? This is the way to go!
There is a variety of options available. The basic ‘cream beer’ is a solid choice. For 3,000 won, it is a big step up from Cass or Hite which you would get for the same price other places. As an added bonus, it comes in beer glasses that have different emoticon-style facial expressions on them. Pro tip, be sure to mock your friend who gets the sad beer.
Open – Everyday, 7:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.