Where to Eat in Jeju: 10 Best Restaurants & Cafes

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Highlights

  • Want to try Jeju’s juicy black pork? Visit this low-key grill that locals and foreigners love!
  • Planning to visit the popular Innisfree Jeju House? Book their signature Canola Honey Latte at a discounted price here.
  • Book the best cafes and restaurants in Jeju on WAUG, the No. 1 activity booking platform in South Korea. New users get an EXTRA ₩3,000 discount coupon after downloading the app here. 🎉

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Where to Eat in Jeju-do: Restaurants to Try

From the famous black pork to fresh seafood, there’s a lot of great food options in Jeju Island. If it’s your first time to visit this incredibly scenic destination, check out these dining options that you can add to your travel bucket list!

1. The Original Charcoal Grill House

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If you’re a fan of K-BBQ, you’ll definitely love this restaurant in Jeju! The Original Charcoal Grill offers the island’s specialty black pork, which bites well, looks like a steak, and delivers a punch of flavor. (Ask Koreans about this meat, and most would say that this is the must-try food in Jeju.)

Given the black pork’s fame, its price in many restaurants tend to be on the higher side. However, if you want to experience authentic Jeju Black Pork at a reasonable price, then come visit The Original Charcoal Grill House. Here are the details:

  • MUST-TRY: Jeju Black Pork 300g
  • PRICE: ₩17,100 on WAUG (vs. regular price of ₩18,000)
  • ADDRESS: 1/F, 19 Jewon-gil, Jeju City (located in city center/near the airport)
  • HOURS: Open daily from 12pm-6am (next day)
  • See on Instagram!

2. Bbongkkeurang

Speaking of black pork, another great restaurant that you can try is Bbongkkeurang. Here they offer very tender Jeju Black Pork cutlets, which is perfect if you’re traveling with family or if you want try other variations aside from grilled. You can choose to have your black pork tonkatsu plain or with curry to spice things up. Oh, if you’re looking for a restaurant in Jeju with a view, Bbongkkeurang offers a nice view of Hallasan as well!

  • MUST-TRY: Jeju Black Pork Cutlet
  • PRICE: ₩9,900 on WAUG (vs. regular price of ₩11,000)
  • ADDRESS: 1 Namseong-ro 138beon-gil, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
  • HOURS: Open daily from 11am-9pm
  • See more on Instagram!

3. Sea Scent Restaurant Jeju

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Aside from attractions and culture, Jeju’s charm also comes from its surrounding waters. If you want to try local fish and seafood, then visit Sea Scent Restaurant in Jeju. They offer a satisfying sashimi special set, which comes with raw fish, fresh oysters, clams, soup, fritters, pork cutlets, and a wide array of local sides!

  • MUST-TRY: Sashimi Special Course
  • PRICE: ₩32,000 per person on WAUG (vs. regular price of ₩42,000)
  • ADDRESS: 71 Doduhangseo-gil, Jeju City
  • HOURS: Open daily from 5pm-10pm
  • See on Instagram!

4. Jin Pork Grill

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Yes, this is another black pork restaurant in Jeju. But before you skip, hear me out. Aside from the juicy pork that this resto-grill serves, what we love about Jin Pork is their laidback island vibe. If you’re visiting with friends or your significant other, this would be the perfect place to have dinner. It’s chill and great for a night out. What’s more, if you’ve done a lot of exploring for the day, you can also have a nice island foot bath here to help you relax your feet. Definitely a great dining and leisure experience to try!

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  • MUST-TRY: Jeju Black Pork or Moksal + Herbal Jeju Foot Bath Experience (Package for 2)
  • PRICE: ₩50,900 for 2 on WAUG (vs. regular price of ₩60,000)
  • ADDRESS: 65 Eunsu-gil, Jeju City (also located in the downtown area)
  • HOURS: Open daily from 11am-10pm
  • See on Instagram!

5. Yeongjumal Garden

If you’re looking for a new and exotic dining experience, then Yeongjumal Garden is the Jeju restaurant to visit. Here they offer Korean steak tartare (yukhoe), horse meat shabu-shabu, savory dumplings, and rice balls. Their beef tartare is perfectly seasoned, and we love that their course meal is pretty cheap with all the included dishes!

  • MUST-TRY: Course Meal A (with Horse Meat Shabu-Shabu)
  • PRICE: ₩23,700 on WAUG (vs. regular price of ₩25,000)
  • ADDRESS: 196, Yeonbuk-ro, Jeju City
  • HOURS: Open daily from 10am-11pm
  • See more on Instagram!

6. Spring and Autumn Resort Jeju

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Spring and Autumn, a modern hotel resort in Jeju, offers two satisfying dining experiences at a very affordable price: a full breakfast buffet and a K-BBQ feast for dinner. For their morning buffets, you can enjoy hot meals and cold apps starting at only ₩9,000. If you love samgyeopsal and want to have a nice dinner with a view, this restaurant in Jeju offers unlimited grilled pork and a spectacular peek of Seongsan Ilchulbong and Udo Island!

  • MUST-TRY: Pork BBQ Dinner
  • PRICE: ₩17,800 on WAUG (vs. regular price of ₩19,800)
  • ADDRESS: 1/F, Building B, 2660 Haemajihaean-ro, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo, Jeju-do
  • HOURS: 7:30-10am for breakfast/6:30pm-10pm for dinner
  • See on Instagram!

Best & Brewtiful Cafes in Jeju

Now, let’s move on to the best coffee shops and dessert spots in the island! If you want to go to an Instagrammable cafe in Jeju, then check out these options:

7. Blue Mountain Coffee Land

Two things to love about Blue Mountain Coffee Land: their cozy interior and their hand drip coffee. If you’re a coffee lover and are traveling with friends, you should definitely add this cafe in Jeju in your itinerary. They offer a wide array of beverages such as the Blue Mountain Drip (Papua New Guinea), Coffee Iced Flakes, Vienna Coffee, and smoothies. Most of their drinks cost ₩5,000-10,000, but you can book a voucher on WAUG to save money!

  • MUST-TRY: Blue Mountain Hand Drip Coffee
  • PRICE: ₩3,900 for a ₩5,000-voucher on WAUG
  • ADDRESS: 4255 Jungsangandong-ro, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si
  • HOURS: 9am-6pm
  • See more on Instagram!

8. Innisfree Jeju House

What you will love about Innisfree Jeju House is their ultra chic cafe! The space is bright, inviting, and, yes, Instagram-worthy — having a pitstop here is definitely a must. The must-try on the menu is their iced or hot Canola Honey Latte, which you can book on WAUG below:

  • MUST-TRY: Canola Honey Latte
  • PRICE: ₩5,200 on WAUG (vs. regular price of ₩5,500)
  • ADDRESS: 15 Shinhwayeoksa-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
  • HOURS: 9am-6pm
  • See more on Instagram!

9. Sum Tarr Dessert Cafe

Sum Tarr, which recently made quite a buzz on social media, is one of the up-and-coming dessert shops in Jeju Island. They are getting known for their yummy tarts, which come in classic (plain), Hallabong, green tea, and other flavors. If you’re looking to get a snack for your trip or simply need to satiate your sweet tooth cravings, then visit Sum Tarr Dessert Cafe in Jeju!

  • MUST-TRY: Set 1
  • PRICE: ₩13,300 on WAUG (vs. regular price of ₩14,000)
  • ADDRESS: 9 Daranggot 1-gil, Jeju-si, Jeju Special Self-Governing Province (Nohyeong-dong)
  • HOURS: 10am-11:30pm
  • See more on Instagram!

10. Osulloc Tea Museum

Last but not least, we recommend one of the top 10 art museums in the world: Osulloc Tea Museum! Aside from its exhibits and Instagrammable fields, the reason why millions visit this attraction every year is because of its refreshing Green Tea Ice Cream! If you’re looking for a nice and locally-made palate cleanser, then make sure to visit Osulloc!

  • MUST-TRY: Green Tea Ice Creem
  • PRICE: ₩4,500 on WAUG (vs. regular price of ₩5,000)
  • ADDRESS: 15, Sinhwayeoksa-ro, Andeok-myeon, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
  • HOURS: 9am-6pm
  • See on Instagram!

How to Book Cafes & Restaurants in Jeju

  1. Log in or sign up for an account here. (New users get an EXTRA ₩3,000 discount coupon 🎉)
  2. Proceed to the booking page of your preferred Jeju restaurant or cafe.
  3. Select the date, option, and quantity.
  4. Check out using your card. (Switch the currency to KRW to see other payment options in Korea.)
  5. Receive your voucher via MMS or KakaoTalk.

Explore more in Jeju

Aside from restaurants and cafes, also check out the following activities that you can book on WAUG:

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