Clean and Neat Japanese Restaurant: Tokkijung

Image from Tokkijung offical web site(

Tokkijung is very well known for its clean and delicious Japanese homemade cuisine.

Also, it is well known for its stylish but very neat and antique interior design.

According to its official website, they got the motive for its design from 1970s-1980s’ Japanese cafe – cream/white square tiles, old-fashioned Japanese paintings, and antique Japanese furniture.


Of course! we do really care how Tokkijung’s food is.

They are selling some appetizers, noodles, rice meal mainly Donburi, and some beer and liquor like high ball.

I ordered two best selling food, cream curry udon and half and half meat platter and a glass of ginger high ball.

Ginger High Ball

Ginger high ball was very sweet and refreshing.

I highly recommend it if you like something light liquor with your meal, but definitely not for those who love strong liquor.

Cream Curry Udon and Half and Half Meat Platter

My friend and I ordered their best selling items: cream curry udon and half and half meat platter.

Cream curry udon looked maybe too creamy for me at first, but when I saw its real inside, dark curry udon, all my worry was totally gone.

Whipped cream soother spicy curry taste, and all together satisfied my tongue.

Half and half meat platter was plentiful for two people.

One side was regular bulgogi and the other half was spicy bulgogi. It tasted like very well cooked on fiery barbecue grill.

If you are in Seoul, craving for some good Japanese homemade style foods, I highly recommend Tokkijung for you.

Gangnam store: 32 6-gil, Bongeunsa-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

Seoul Station(KTX): Seoul Station, 405 Hangang-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul


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