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Stars' Favorite Restaurants

2008/04/03 | 1302 views | Permalink | Source

Stars don't just eat anywhere. There's something special about where they go. The places they go depend on their style, likes, and tastes. In today's Star's Life Style How Much, we'll reveal restaurants where stars go.

The stylish women who go well with wine parties. What do they eat with wine? The food they're passionate about is ramen. Even ramen is elegant with wine if stars eat it? It's lovable how they hide in the corner to eat it. What do stars like to eat? Where do stars usually go to eat?

Youido, where all the broadcast stations are. There is a Mexican restaurant Casa Loca, where Dong Bang Shin Ki, Jun Ji-hyun, Lee Hyori, and Ji Sung go often. The Spanish-style signs and lighting helps to promote the feel of Mexico. Dong Bang Shin Ki comes here for fast and easy Mexican food. Their speciality is fresh well-being ingredients and a special sauce. How much is this popular menu? Seafood quesadilla, Mexican barbecue rib, and beef skewers are all 89000 won.

Another star favorite is in Hak-dong station and has attracted Rain, Kim Hee-sun, Lee Mi-yeon, Lee Seung-yeon, and Kang Ho-dong. It's a Chinese fusion restaurant 'Pal Sun Saeng' that has sweet-tasting food and an antique design that is evident from the entrance. There are up to 80 different kinds of foods, and the fresh taste even captured Rain. It's hard to find a seat if you come late. How much? Four dishes good for two people is 72000 won.

If you go to Hak-dong station, there is a sushi restaurant you must visit. 'Miyozen' has a modern atmosphere with black and white tones. Seo Ji-young visits a lot, and it is neat and uses fresh ingredients. She visited a lot while dating Ryu Si-won.

La Scala is a fancy French restaurant that came out in "White Tower". Song Sun-mi and Cha In-pyo met here. It has an European interior and a live orchestra, but how much? A meal for four is 300000 won.

But for Koreans, Korean food is best. There is a place to find the best meat that Yoon Eun-hye of "Coffee Prince" and wrestlers from "Like A Virgin" enjoy. Bae Yong-joon and Choi Ji-woo also go here. It's 'Mr. Park's'. As soon as you go in, you are greeted with signatures of Korean stars, and even Japanese tourists visit. How much for two servings of savory meat that melt in your mouth? 106000 won.

There are also restaurants that Hollywood stars go to. Avril Lavigne, Lindsay Lohan, Milla Jovovich, and Paris Hilton all go to Koi Restaurant. It's neat with its monotone design and fancy atmosphere. The restaurant in New York has good food and good presentation. The food is too pretty to eat. There is a place like that in Korea. A restaurant worthy of serving Hollywood stars. 'Shoominghwa' is a Japanese restaurant where Cho Seung-woo and Jung Ryeo-won were seen together. It is a place where many hot stars go for its modern, sleek interior. Hwang Shin-hye, Lee Young-ae, and Kim Min-sun are frequent visitors. They go for its apple dessert. It's made using a sugar frame and carved apples. You can also taste traditional sushi. This place is famous for dates, so how much for lunch? Sushi, rolls, and the apple dessert is 122000 won.

Where do stars have dates? Kim Jung-eun and Lee Seo-jin who admitted their relationship are seen on dates often. Their first date was at 'Pino', a romantic wine bar that suits them well. On Valentine's Day, Lee Seo-jin listened to live music as he confessed his love for her.

The casual brunch restaurant 'Kate's Kitchen' seems like you're in the forest with its antique furniture and sensible interior. The cream sauce pasta is famous, and Lee Jung-jae and Kim Min-hee came often when they were dating. The pasta they enjoyed is 50000 won. The neat, modern coffee and cake shop, Aroo bakery, has pretty cookies and cakes. Kang Hye-jung and Cho Seung-woo came here a lot. Wouldn't you be happy after eating some sweet cookies and cake?

Sometimes, stars manage their own restaurants. Tak Jae-hoon's 'Nabi Goong (Butterfly Palace)' and Kim Jong-min's restaurant 'Uhlee Buhlee' are as famous as their owners. Shin Ji and Lee Sung-jin also set up a meat restaurant 'Shin Sung'.

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