Sunday November 22, 2009 04:11

School Food 스쿨푸드

Posted by hying

School Food is a food chain restaurant in Seoul, Korea. They have many branches in different parts of Seoul.

They served food like you can find in a school canteen, however a little more up to scale. They cater Korean style light-food and their decoration and food are very different from others Korean style light-food restaurant in South Korea. The restaurant improved the taste and the ingredients of their foods and most of their meals are relatively new.

Gangnam, Sinsadong Branch

Squid Ink Kimbap, Spicy Tteokboki, Bunsik meals are the popular dishes in the restaurant. The restaurant attracts many young people to come and dine since their opening in 2002 .

Right now, School Food is to be said as a new generation of light-food hottest restaurant.


  • School Food – Gangnam, Sinsadong Branch

Address: 서울 강남구 신사동 541-15번지 1층
Tel: 02-511-7127
Opening Hours: 11.00 ~ 24.00

  • School Food – Hongdae Branch

Address: 서울 마포구 서교동 486 서교푸르지오 상가2층 138호
Tel: 02-338-7795
Opening Hours: 11.00 ~ 22.00

  • Apgujeong
  • Ewha Womans University

Price Range: Between 4000W ~ 12000W


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February 3rd, 2011 at 7:05 am

I lived near a School Food location for almost two years and I’ve gotta admit that I have always held this restaurant in pretty low esteem. It’s ridiculously overpriced for what basically amounts to dressed up street food. The tteokbokki was good, but anybody can get decent tteokbokki from some ajima-operated street cart for 1000 won. I’ll pass. The kimbap, on the other hand, was beyond bad… it was effin’ horrible.

I’m currently living in the United States, so I’d probably drive through an epic blizzard and pay good money to eat at a place like School Food. It wasn’t bad food; just unremarkable and entirely forgettable. When I’m visiting Seoul, there are an infinite array of superior eateries that I’d much rather visit… for example, a street vendor on any corner in Seoul or just some traditional, family-owned restaurant tucked away in some obscure back ally. Just my 10 cents.

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