Serving mouthwatering seafood dishes, you must certainly try the raw-fish dish at this place. Plus, this local specialty is relatively cheaper than that of other raw fish restaurants in Jeju.
Situated at the foot of Mt. Halla, visitors flock to this local restaurant to taste delicious tofu dishes and Bibimbap with seasoned brakens!
The signature menu visitors must try at this place is 'Jeonbokjuk', a rice-based porridge made with chewy abalone and sesame oil that is full of nutrition. If you are looking for healthy eats in Jeju, this is the one for you!
The first Indian restaurant to open on Jeju Island, Bagdad is a halal certified restaurant that is very popular among both locals and Muslim visitors from abroad.
With exotic interior and cozy atmosphere, Rajmahal is a great place for you to enjoy an exquisite Indian cuisine.
A vegan-friendly restaurant that offers fusion-style temple cuisine and healthy, nutritious meals using only fresh ingredients. If you are a vegetarian or Muslim traveler, add this place to your must-visit list!
No use of meat, but only vegetables! At Mulmegol, you can taste a variety of vegetarian side dishes like lotus leaf rice and Perilla Seed Sujebi, which are two thumbs up!