Songjeong Tteokgalbi - 1st branch 송정떡갈비1호점
Songjeong is famous for its tteokgalbi (grilled short rib meat patties), which is one of the five best food items of Gwangju. There are many tteokgalbi restaurants around Gwangsan district office, but Songjeong’s history goes back to 1976 and it is still the original.
A good tteokgalbi is made by mixing the meat of beef short ribs and pork bone ribs in a one-to-one ratio and adding acacia honey to make the meat both tender and chewy. The dish is also reasonably priced. The secret to the delicious meat is the sauce, which is made with about 20 natural ingredients like kelp, radish, and green onion and no artificial seasonings. Also a pride of the restaurant is the broth made from pork bones which comes with the tteokgalbi.
・Specialty Menu : Tteokgalbi
・Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-62-944-1439
・Operating Hours : 09:00-22:00
・Parking Facilities : 70 parking spaces
・Reservations : Available (+82-62-944-1439)
・Closed : Every Sunday
・Maximum Seating Capacity : 80 seats
・Smoking / Non-Smoking : Non-Smoking
・Menu : Tteokgalbi (Grilled short rib meat patties)
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