PUNJAB 3 31, Gunam-ro, Haeundae-gu, busan 051-731-1947 Indian busan Subway line 2, Haeundae. Exit 3, 290m, 5min walk Punjab is a region in northwestern India and north- ern Pakistan, the cradle of an ancient civilization. In Korea, Punjab is a renowned Indian restaurant in Busan and Changwon, so its tables are always full. The Muslim cooks and owner focus on reproducing the original taste of northern Indian cuisine using only halal ingredients. Like other restaurants of its kind, you can choose from a special set menu, and the level of spiciness of your dish. 48


D TAJMAhAL 4 a 59-8, Geumjeong-ro, Geumjeong-gu, busan e g 051-514-2023 Indian u / busan Subway line 1, busan Nat’l Univ. Exit 1, 340m, 6min walk B u s a This Indian restaurant is located in front of the main entrance of n Busan National University and it specializes in flavors using natural / dried spices directly from India. Tandoori Chicken, Tandoori King G y Prawn and Garlic Naan are its most popular items. e o n g j u NAMASTE 5 31, Gunam-ro, Haeundae-gu, busan 051-746-6344 Indian • Nepal busan Subway line 2, Dongbaek. Exit 1, 700m, 11min walk Namaste is an Indian restaurant known for reasonable prices and generous portions. The Nepalese owner, Indian chef and local servers all work to create an Indian atmosphere, aided by the blue walls and Hindu decorations. Namaste attracts many Korean cus- tomers desiring a little piece of India in Busan. hyANGJEOKwON 131, bulguk-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do 054-775-0014 Korean Korean temple cuisine Taxi recommended. from Gyeongju Express bus Terminal, 13.5Km, 30min by Taxi Chef Haeyeon from Ji-un temple runs this temple cuisine restau- rant as a way of practicing asceticism. There are three types of courses with neat and clean flavors. Besides soy meat with texture and flavor of real meat is most noticeable. A common recommen- dation is the Roasted Soy Meat with Rice Powder and Soy Bean Steak. yEON hwABARU 4827, Daegyeong-ro, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do 054-774-5378 Korean Korean temple cuisine Taxi recommended. from Gyeongju Express bus Terminal, 2.5Km, 5min by Taxi The first Korean temple cuisine restaurant in Gyeongju serves dishes with various herbs from the local mountains. To enjoy the original taste of the herbs, the dishes are served without artificial spices. Like its reputation as a temple cuisine restaurant, Yeonhwabaru uses the same lacquered bowls made of ash tree and lotus flower patterned potteries that Buddhist monks use. The location is near the Muyeol Tomb so it is easy to find after a tour. 49

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