Michelin Guide Seoul includes 4 new eateries on its Bib Gourmand list

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Michelin Guide Seoul includes 4 new eateries on its Bib Gourmand list



The Michelin Guide Seoul released its newest Bib Gourmand list Thursday, which included four new restaurants. 
The restaurant reviewer chose 60 restaurants for this year's edition, where diners can enjoy a meal for less than 45,000 won on average per person. The limit is 35 euros in Europe, 40 dollars in the United States, and 5,000 yen in Japan.
The four new spots to make the list are: Base is nice, a vegetarian restaurant located in Mapo District, western Seoul; Mr. Ahn’s Craft Makgeoli in central Seoul’s Yongsan District known for its selection of Korean liquors; Yakitori Mook, also in Mapo District, that serves Japanese style yakitori; and Niroumianguan, a noodle spot in central Seoul’s Jongno District. 

More detailed information about the selected Bib Gourmand restaurants can be found on the Michelin Guide Seoul’s website (https://guide.michelin.com/kr/ko). The full list will be included in the guide book to be released on Nov. 19, when the guide will have an online event to name restaurants that are awarded with stars.
BY LEE SUN-MIN   [summerlee@joongang.co.kr]

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