The Store Sajik-dong - 사직동 그 가게

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    ( 5 reviews )

1-7 Sajik-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Serves only vegetarian and vegan Tibetan and Indian style curries and dosa, chai and teas including soy milk options. Some dishes contain dairy, check with staff first. Name in Korean: 사직동 그가게. Apr 2017 NOTE: please confirm if still fully vegetarian. 티벳, 인디안 스타일 커리와 도사, 차이, 티를 판매하는 베지테리언(유란채식)/비건 식당입니다. 어떤 요리는 유제품을 함유하고 있으니 직원과 상의하세요. Open Tue-Sun 12:00pm-8:00pm. Open Tue-Sun. Closed Mon. Check for hours.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Indian

5 Reviews

First Review by andrea.linnea

cozy place - Edit

The pleace feld very alternative, with hand painted posters about free Tibet and so :-). The yard is great with tiny chairs and with spice growing in pots. I had curry with rice, it was a bit bland though.

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restaurante con opciónes veganas - Edit

Un sitio lleno de paz, el personal muy amable, pero solo tienen un par de opciones veganas, aunque bastante ricas, te sirven te al llegar y todas las veces que quieras.

Pros: opciones veganas

Cons: pocas opciones veganas

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Dosa - Edit

It's not everywhere you can get a dosa. The bread was thicker than the dosas I've had before, but not bad. Would've wanted some larger portions of the chutney/sambar to go with it.

Pros: Atmosphere

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So Lovely! - Edit

The place made me feel going back to Tibet during the lovely dinner. The location was different then shown on the map here. The street has multiple Tibetan shops and dinner now was served at the most left one. Also had great tea time in the store.

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Home made indian food - Edit

Eating at The Store Sajik-dong is like coming home to someone. The kitchen is open in the small restaurant and there are about eight small tables inside and two outside. They had three different types of curry on the menu, and three different kinds of bread.
I took all three of them because I was buying food for my family aswell. When I asked if I could have them take-away one of the girls said that they do not have any take-away boxes. Before I even had the chance of canceling my dishes, she said that if I wanted I could just take their plates home and then come back with them. Because I lived just around the corner I happily accepted.
All of them were delicious! The price were about 8000 Korean Won per dish and it was definitely worth it! Some of their food is not vegan, it has cheese in it, but they can make it without if you ask. All of them were fluent in english and the place is supporting an organization for womens handicrafts in Tibet.
The location is easy to find, but the name was not very clear from outside. Bring the Korean name with you and you wont have any problems. It is located right next to a shop with Tibetan clothing and handicraft. Enjoy!

Shanti shanti shanti
Updated from previous review on Saturday June 27, 2015

Pros: Superfriendly and helpful staff, Delicious food, Cozy, home feeling vibe

Cons: Only three dishes

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