Chinese in Incheon


The set meals (₩25,000) are the best deal at this quite posh and formal restaurant. Eight courses are well-presented (though not large) and have contrasting seafood flavours. Also included is the invented-in-Incheon…
Chinese in Incheon


In business since 1957, this is a good place to sample jjajangmyeon, a local speciality.
Chinese in Incheon


Guarded by a pair of terracotta warriors, this is one of Chinatown’s fanciest restaurants, with a refined interior and top-notch cuisine. Try the sweet-and-sour pork (₩20,000). There's often a long queue.
Chinese in Incheon


Charcoal-fired pork-filled dumplings are the speciality of this no-frills corner takeway.
Chinese in Incheon


Lots of red-and-gold lanterns and dragon decorations mark out this Beijing-style Chinese restaurant, which also serves spicier Sichuan dishes.
Korean in Incheon


Locals line up at stalls here for takeaway boxes of dakgangjeong (spicy sweet and sour deep-fried chicken). It’s well worth sampling, as are other street eats available along the twin covered arcades, including gian…
Korean in Incheon


At the bottom of Jayu Park, Tochon is one of Incheon's most atmospheric Korean restaurants with decor comprising traditional ceramics, lush greenery, a small waterfall and aquarium-lined walls. It's a sit-down affai…
Cafe in Incheon

Kudo Siktak

An arty cafe with retro-style furniture and clothing displays, which feels more like a vintage clothes store, with good coffee, cheap draft beer and tasty meals you'll need to order in advance.
Chinese in Incheon

Dada Bok

Just back from the bedlam of Chinatown, this unassuming restaturant is the local pick for Incheon's tastiest dumplings. There's a choice of pork or shrimp, either steamed or pan-fried.
Seafood in Incheon

Samchi St

This strip of lively restaurants all specialise in cheap, delicious grilled samchi (Spanish mackerel), which when accompanied by a few bottles of makgeolli, makes for a fun boozy evening out. It's a short walk from …