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    332-17, Geumil-ro, Iljuk-myeon, Anseong-si, Gyeonggi-do

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Solli Restaurant: Attracting visitors with its delicate taste of tradition
  • The Solli Restaurant ('sol' means 'pine' and 'ri' means 'village') is a traditional Korean cuisine restaurant situated amid some 500 pine trees. Selected as a "Best Restaurant" and certified with the K-RIBBON mark, Solli Restaurant serves refined and delicious dishes using Seoil Farm's traditional produce.

    You must take off your shoes in the hall before entering the restaurant's dining room, which consists of traditional low tables and chairs. The restaurant also has a room for foreign visitors who prefer sitting at a high table to sitting on the floor. You can easily choose a dish from the menu as it contains descriptions of all the dishes in English along with photos. Furthermore, as the restaurant offers refined, delicate dishes that are neither too spicy nor too strong-tasting, you can enjoy them comfortably.

  • The menu includes such classic dishes as soybean paste stew, rich soybean paste stew, pureed soybean, pickled Japanese apricots, pickled garlic, tofu dishes, buckwheat pancake, kimchi, and Korean-leek kimchi.

    Known principally for its unique aroma, Cheonggukjang (fast-fermented bean paste) has also been praised as a wholesome food by international medical magazines. Cheonggukjang contains genistein and saponin, which are known to have an anticancer effect, as well as lecithin and proteolytic enzyme, which are effective in dissolving blood clots and cholesterol. In addition, it is high in fiber, which helps with constipation, and is rich in vitamins K and B12, which are effective in improving osteoporosis and anemia. Solbaram Café, situated opposite Solli Restaurant, serves coffee and other beverages.

    *K-ribbon: This is Korea's Excellent Cultural Product Program which grants the K-RIBBON mark to excellent cultural products including craftworks, design products, food products, cultural contents, hanbok (traditional Korean clothes), and Korean cuisine.