Whenever you’re in Seoul, you can’t help but indulge in the various delicacies, and food specialties the city has to offer.
Being a mega city, there are thousands of restaurants available to cater to your gustatory cravings.
Iin the heart of Myeongdong, one of the best shopping districts in the city, lies Todai buffet restaurant.
Located at the 7th Floor of the Noon Square building in the shopping district of Myeongdong, Todai is one of the best restaurants I have ever visited in Seoul.
The place serves awesome sushi that I couldn’t help but eat a lot of sashimi and maki.
I dove into their baked shrimps and steamed seabass.
I think also had two cups of their crabmeat soup.
At the start of our trip, our guide introduced Todai primarily as a seafood buffet restaurant but I was pleasantly surprised to find out that you can also have pastries, beef and pork in the fancy restaurant.
Their steak area is not the biggest, but it does the job. I had 4 medium rare steak strips and I was in food heaven.
The buffet includes unlimited beverage and you have the choice between soda, juices and beer.
The ambiance is quite cozy and the place is perfect for friends, families and people on tour groups.
Our tour group visited a lot of spots during the day and we spent several hours shopping around in Myeongdong, so you can imagine our appetite.
Todai is a chain of restaurants that’s available in Korea, China, Malaysia, Indonesia and Canada. In the US, it has 20 branches including those in Hawaii, Nevada, Texas and Washington.
With excellent service and food, I wouldn’t be surprised if this buffet chain grows even further.
And with a reasonable price (it costs 38,000 or USD 38 won for a weekend dinner), customers will continue this awesome restaurant.