As a previous reviewer mentioned, there are in fact two Sutton Hotels. One is slightly better than the other as it has a direct view over the Cheon-Gye-Chon River, whereas the other is off a side alley, but I don't know how you would reserve a specific one. The previous reviewer also mentioned that the second and third floors of ...
Restaurants near SUTTON HOTEL
- 10.5 mi
- 20.44 mi0.44 mi from SUTTON HOTEL4 reviews
this is nice very good
- 30.73 mi0.73 mi from SUTTON HOTEL4 reviews
This 4-story cafe includes a bakery, sells gelato and serves lunch and dinner. Each floor has a different theme, too. They are awesome all across the board - well prepared drinks, unique baked goods and delicious pastries! Their prices are a bit high, but with good reason.
- 40.65 mi0.65 mi from SUTTON HOTEL2 reviews
The ahjunma there is very friendly and there are a variety of toast bread choices to choose from!Popular withFoodiesAdventureLocal
- 50.68 mi0.68 mi from SUTTON HOTEL2 reviews
전광수 Coffee House is a cafe that is serious about coffee. This is a place that doesn't bother with too many lattes or non-coffee drinks but specializes in roast blends and desserts. They even offer classes for those interested in learning more about hand drips.Popular withLocalDesignWellness
- 60.63 mi0.63 mi from SUTTON HOTEL2 reviews
The restaurant is small and crowded during dinner time. But they served delicious and crispy authentic Korean fried chicken!
- 70.43 mi
- 80.69 mi0.69 mi from SUTTON HOTEL
We asked for recommendations from the concierge, and she sent us to Han-Miri, a traditional hanjeongsik place in Samsung-dong (Yes, Samsung). Hanjeongsik is also known as "Royal Cuisine" as it was served in the royal palaces to Kings. Hanjeongsik puts any 9-course tasting menu to shame, with multiple course, and a plethora of side dishes. It seemed like every time ...
- 90.45 mi0.45 mi from SUTTON HOTEL
This is a juice and smoothie place. I tried before in the US, I just found one here in Seoul. It's the best smoothie I tried here, amazing in the summer. I been in the one next to Sinsa metro station in the "green street", I don't know if they have more in Seoul. Anyhow, really recommend it. I tried ...
- 100.38 mi0.38 mi from SUTTON HOTEL1 review
The sweet aroma of roasting custard bead lured me to this street cart. Unlike the other red bean filled desserts in Insadong, this one was made with a coconut milk batter that took street cart desserts to another level.
- 110.7 mi0.7 mi from SUTTON HOTEL
Sharing the same space as the Saengseon-gui Grilled Fish Alley is Dakhanmari Alley. Myeongdong Dakhanmari is one of the better known places to eat this traditional dish. Dakhanmari translates to literally "one whole chicken," and that's exactly what you'll find inside of the pot that rests in the center of your table. The chicken is boiled in a broth of ...Popular withFoodies
- 120.49 mi0.49 mi from SUTTON HOTEL
A great Korean BBQ restaurant that gives you the full experience of Korean dining. Go during the winter, BBQ some meat under the flame and have some Korean soju or beer. Read more in my blog: http://lemon-film.com/calby-beef-from-korea/Popular withLocalFoodies
- 130.72 mi0.72 mi from SUTTON HOTEL
The term "boljip," as far as I can tell, basically means "roughly slashed." Unlike other samgyeopsal restaurants, this chain serves their pork belly in an unlikely style: Instead of neat, fatty strips that have been cut precisely and frozen before being put on the grill, this meat is slashed roughly with a knife into different sized pieces, never frozen, and ...Popular withNightlife
- 140.97 mi0.97 mi from SUTTON HOTEL
Migliore. a shopping center in Dongdaemun, can be seen for miles around, but don't just follow the deals. In the front of this building are a long line of Korean street food carts, most of which have the illustrious Korean street food known as "monnani." Koreans love to eat what westerners know as corn dogs: Hot dogs on a stick, ...Popular withFoodies
- 150.86 mi0.86 mi from SUTTON HOTEL1 review
What can a girl say about Samarkand? More importantly, what can a girl remember after approximately seven shashlik and the better portion of a bottle of Russian vodka? Samarkand is a place for people who like to eat and drink, and like to do so over the course of several hours and several, well, courses. Hidden down an alley in ...Popular withFoodies
- 160.72 mi0.72 mi from SUTTON HOTEL
I used to have another favorite pork galbi place in Hongdae, but since it has closed my new favorite is Tong Tong Dwaeji, which translates to "Chubby Pork." Here, you can get a basic pork galbi meal, with all the sides, to grill right at your table and eat with a ton of cold beer. Standard sides for pork galbi ...Popular withNightlife
- 170.86 mi0.86 mi from SUTTON HOTEL1 review
Tucked away in Dongdaemun's Russian neighborhood is a fantastic Uzbeki restaurant, Samarkand. Having spent many a joyful occasion at Samarkand, I can say with great confidence that it is one of the best non-Korean food choices near Dongdaemun. Absolute must-orders include: beef shashlik, flaky samsas (flaky pastry stuffed with ground meat), the pelmini (mini Uzbeki dumplings), and the garlic brined ...Popular withFoodies
- 180.58 mi0.58 mi from SUTTON HOTEL
Located in the temple-stay building directly across from Jogyesa Temple in central Seoul, Baru is the city's finest all-vegetarian restaurant, offering an artful take on traditional multicourse Buddhist temple cuisine. There's no meat, dairy, garlic or onions, but the flavor, texture and presentation of the dishes are so subtle that even the most rabid carnivore will find herself won over. ...Popular withFoodiesVegetarian
- 190.85 mi0.85 mi from SUTTON HOTEL1 review
If you are looking for a small and good quality bakery, Wood & Brick would be a great place for you. It is little pricy but bakeries are expensive Korea to be fair. Good coffee as well. They have three small tables are in the premises to enjoy coffee.Popular withFoodies
- 200.77 mi0.77 mi from SUTTON HOTEL1 review
It is a good place for a small group of people. You can rent the room for the gathering, seminar and study group. It is more of a community than just a normal coffee shop. There are interesting programs each week. Like they said, this is a place for the innovators.Popular withDesign