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.
Dennis is a very cool factory style cafe tucked away near Bujeon station right near Song Sang-hyeon Square.
While brunch and outdoor patio's are nothing new to the dining scene in Busan, Terrace Cafe in Marine City is another that offers great views and fantastic, fresh food.
Haeundae district currently has the most Starbucks locations in Busan, with one district in the city yet to have a location.
Take in a grand view of Busan Harbor Bridge on the Sinki Cafe rooftop in Yeongdo.
Although Dwaeji-Gukbap is much loved in Busan all year round, it seems we need it more in the winter; it will fill your hunger for food and warmness as well as even loneliness.
The new hot district behind Haeundae subway station has plenty of news cafes and restaurants but Hav Coffee stands out from the crowd.
What used to be an unassuming residential area has in recent years become another popular cafe destination in Busan. Step aside, Jeonpo Cafe Street; you're not the only caffeinated game in town.
Among some phenomenal traditional markets in Busan, there is one called Bujeon Market in front of Bujeon Station. It has everything you can imagine and some eating stalls that locals love.
The 2nd Jeonpo Cafe Street Coffee Festival will be held on the 20th and 21st for two days under the supervision of the Jeonpo Cafe Street Merchants’ Association.