Korea Lotte Market ''Seocho Branch'' Food Court - 'Jeremy20'

Must Try Dishes At Lotte Market Food Court

 Korea Lotte Market ”Ansan Branch” Food Court – ‘Mimi Land’

This is the first time I learned about the name of Lotte Mart’s food court, ‘Mimi Land.’ The food court is on the 3rd floor, and although it is not very spacious, it is a great place to have a quiet meal. There are five kiosks installed at the entrance, so you can conveniently order without waiting in line. Select the restaurant you want to eat at! Choose the menu you want to eat and pay with a credit card! When you insert your credit card, a moment later, the screen displays “Payment complete”.

 Lotte Market Ansan Branch Food Court - 'Mimi Land'

You can receive your order details and receipt. There is an order number at the top of the receipt, so check it and when your resident number appears, you can pick up your food. After ordering, we sat down near the restaurant where we would receive our food. There is a screen installed in the center, so you can check your resident registration number on this screen.

Lotte Market

The restaurant that will prepare our food is a snack bar called ‘K Colabo Gimbap’. The female employee was cooking alone, but she was kind and accommodating. There are also pork cutlet restaurants, kalguksu restaurants, and various restaurants, so it seems like a good place to choose what you like. Tables can be used freely when purchasing food at Mimi Land, and outside food is not allowed. There is also a separate drinking water fountain, so you can use it freely.

Lotte Market

The food we ordered came out. Good ramen, spicy kimbap, tteokbokki!! It’s the first time in years that I’ve seen a snack bar sell ramen without eggs and green onions. Next is tteokbokki. Actually, this guy’s visuals were good, but the moment I ate one of the tteokbokki rice cakes, I was completely shocked!! What is this? Why is it so delicious??

Lotte Market

Next is the drug kimbap. First of all, I really like the visual itself. It’s fast and thick~!! Especially the leg part is amazing!! The truth about kimbap is that it’s called kimbap!! What goes into kimbap that makes it called drug kimbap? I was so curious that I tried it right away… The moment I took a bite, the spiciness hit me!! Ah~~ This is why it’s a drug kimbap… It’s nothing else, but it’s very spicy because it has strong green pepper inside. If you enjoy spicy food, it’s very delicious. This is kimbap that you can eat. Aside from the spiciness, the taste itself was very good. And the ramen, which was full of disappointment, was dipped in spicy tteokbokki soup and eaten as rabokki.

tteokbokki

 Korea Lotte Market ”SOUL Station” Food Court – ‘Chick Chick Cook Cook’

Since my friend stays in Seoul, I stop by Seoul Station at least once or twice a month. While working at the company, it has gradually increased to once a month and a half. I often go to see my friends, but it’s still not easy. Anyway, I think I’ve visited most of the restaurants in Seoul Station. In the past, there were no more restaurants, but these days, there are many restaurants such as Rabbit Restaurant, Season’s Table, and Jeil Jemyeonso, so the range of choices has expanded.

 Korea Lotte Market ''SOUL Branch'' Food Court - 'Chick Chick Cook Cook'

Did you know that there is a restaurant inside Lotte Mart in Seoul Station? This is my first time learning this too. That’s also Lotte Mart’s Seoul Station Fug Court. I’ve been wandering around here all this time because I’m a stray. As you enter, you will see a banner for the Seoul Station food court ‘Chick Chick Cook Cook’. ”It is a start-up support space provided free of charge by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and the Korea Railroad Authority to help prospective restaurant business owners gain business experience using railway assets.

Lotte Market

There are many different types of food, including Chinese food, Vietnamese food, Korean food, snack food, and lunch boxes, so it’s good to choose from. I want to eat Korean food, so this time I picked ‘Seoul Bansang’, which serves Korean food perfectly! The inside of the store looked pretty clean and I felt safe because the food was cooked in front of me. The pork bulgogi set menu came out first! Looking at it, it came with pork bulgogi and soybean paste stew. It’s a protein-rich diet with fish, pork, soybean paste stew, and tofu.

Lotte Market

 Korea Lotte Market ”Seocho Branch” Food Court – ‘Jeremy20’

I’m recommending restaurants that I’ve tried at Lotte Mart in Seocho. The first restaurant I’d like to recommend is ‘Pizza – Cheese & Dough.’ You can think of Cheese & Dough as a large American-style pizza shop. If you feel uncomfortable eating an 18-inch whole pizza (serving 2.5 to 3 people), you can also order a slice pizza (serving 1 person). I tried the ‘Slice Cheese Pizza’ and it tasted better than I expected. I didn’t, it was seasoned just right and I felt full even with just one piece. It wasn’t a meal, it was a snack.

 Korea Lotte Market ''Seocho Branch'' Food Court - 'Jeremy20'

The second store I recommend is ‘Tokyo Ichiba’. Tokyo Ichiba is a cost-effective conveyor belt sushi restaurant. I highly recommend the raw fish bowl here! There was more raw fish than I expected, and since it was a meal menu, it was made separately and quickly, so I was very satisfied with the freshness! I would definitely visit again!

 Lotte Market

​The third store I recommend is ‘Hongdae Rice Noodles’. When I’m too hungry to go home after shopping, I like to eat lightly. There was a little less meat on the rice noodles, but when I told them, the owner gave me more. It’s a cheap menu, so if you like rice noodles with a lot of meat, you can eat it by adding some toppings. It seems real.

 Lotte Market

​The fourth store to recommend is ‘Dessert – Paul Bassett’. Since you have a separate stomach for dessert, I recommend Paul Bassett ice cream if you are too full and don’t feel like drinking coffee. In addition, there are various menus and restaurants such as direct fire Korean dishes, kalguksu, Japanese food, snack food, and Yaki Ten inside the Lotte Mart store, so please enjoy it to your taste.

 Lotte Market

 Korea Lotte Market ”Sasang Branch” Food Court – ‘GugDaeBulChong’

It’s muggy, probably because it’s raining, and I hate the sticky feeling of humidity. The distance I come here is 20 minutes back and forth. I used to like walking, but now I find it bothersome, so I guess I’m getting older and gaining weight. As I was walking around the food court in the Sasang branch of Lotte Mart in Busan, I was passing by the food court again. . I thought for a long time about whether I should stop by the supermarket and eat at odd hours or not.

 Korea Lotte Market ''Sasang Branch'' Food Court - 'GugDaeBulChong'

As anyone who has used a food court knows, you can order unmanned. It is not difficult, so just click on the name of the business you want to eat from and then click on the menu you want to eat. The prices aren’t bad either. Models of the food being sold are displayed like this. It’s not the same, but since you don’t know what kind of food it is or how it’s served just by the name, I think it would be a good idea to refer to a food model.

Lotte Market

The first time I went there, I was thirsty after eating, so I looked for it, but I couldn’t see it. I couldn’t see it because I was just looking ahead. I was sitting with my back turned to eating and just looking at the restaurant number, so I wasn’t paying attention to where the water was. Please note that it is on the left end when you enter the food court entrance. Although I couldn’t eat it this time, I will definitely try it next time. Since I often visit Lotte Mart’s Sasang branch, they gave me some delicious sikhye to celebrate the opening, so I have to go back and eat it right away. When I saw other people eating it, it seemed like a lot of food. It seemed like a lot of women and children ate alone.

Lotte Market

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *