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Eight amazing Jeju restaurants that prove Jeju isn't just about black pork and oranges
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Jeju has a lot of excellent restaurants, however, if you don't speak Korean it can be easy to miss out of some of the best ones. Here are eight that are currently really popular on Instagram. Bring your camera!

Jeju Kim Man Bok

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This restaurant is hugely popular at the moment due to in part to the unique presentation of its egg and its abalone kimbap. There are two Kim Man Bok restaurants on the island, one in Jeju City and one in Seogwipo. Be warned though, due to its popularity you may have a long wait!

Dalsoup2172

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Dalsoup2172 is a cafe that also has a good selection of food and cakes. It must also be one of the only restaurants on Jeju to sell quiche and the avocado flatbread pictured above!

Jeju Tabibito

Jeju Tabibito sells varies rice dishes. It is perhaps most well known for its liberal use of fresh seafood in the meals it serves.

Young Fisherman's Seafood Restaurant

The young fisherman's Seafood Restaurant is located in Seongsan and sells giant 'Fisherman's net' pots. These are basically huge baskets of seafood barbecue that include shrimp, potato, corn, and sausage.

Little Italy Bistro

Little Italy Bistro is a cute Italian restaurant in Seongsan that serves a variety of pastas and pizzas including the Jeju orange pizza pictured above.

Cafe Manor Blanc

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If dessert is more your thing, this cafe near to Sangbangsan offers afternoon tea and cakes. It has an absolutely incredible array of teas to choose from, as well as a ton of different tea sets that you can choose to serve them in. If you visit here, be sure to check out the garden and maybe even have a go on their outdoor piano.

Seaside House Yeongbin

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This popular Seogwipo Hoe restaurant differentiates itself due to its beautifully presented food. The dish pictured above is the restaurant's raw mackerel.

Dongbokddukbaeki

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This coastal restaurant between Hamdeok and Gimneong beach sells huge bowls of soup with Abalone fresh out of the sea.

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