Gijang Haenyeochon is a must for diners looking for a wide variety of seafood caught fresh from the local seas.
Located across from the Traffic Broadcasting Network Busan around Pukyong National University, The Mat has served various Korean-style hanu dishes for five years since its open.
Located on the first floor of W Square in Yongho-dong, the newly opened Phoian doesn't quite hit the mark with authentic Vietnamese food but offers tasty treats nonetheless.
Maison de Mare is a sun-drenched paradise, and even on a rainy day, the view is beautiful and romantic. Their homemade style food, brunch, salad, pizza and tongasu will add to your happy memories.
Nestled around 300 meters from Geumnyeonsan Subway Station gate 3, Owl And Pussycat is a local favorite in the area to hang out enjoying beer and the scenery.
Located about 150 meters from Seomyeon Subway Station gate 9, Taehwa Yukgaejang has maintained a family recipe that has satisfied customers in the city for the past 57 years.
Yehyangwon, around 100 meters across from Pukyong National University, serves a variety of mouthwatering Korean-Chinese favorites like jajangmyeon, jjamppong and tangsuyuk.
Nestled in the middle of the small road between Geumnyeonsan Subway Station and Gwangan beach, Somunnan Chansutbul has been a must among eel connoisseurs in Busan for around 22 years.
Around a two minute walk from Geumnyeonsan Subway Station, Namcheon Kalguksu is known for their quality and affordable dining options located not far from KBS, Good Gangan Hospital or Gwangalli.
Located around 300 meters from the UN intersection, Mijeong would be a good option if you are around UN cemetery and love to try Korean spicy braised seafood.