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We Once Had in the PastNostalgic Gyeongyangsik
The restaurant has also gained fame as one of the filming locations of the country' popular television series 'Reply 1988.' It opened its doors in 1981. It is now one of the city's most famous eateries. The restaurant evokes patrons' nostalgia of the 1980s with its antique furniture and furnishings.
England King Pork Cutlet no longer serves 'beef cutlet.' It however cooks its pork cutlet the same way that it has been for more than 35 years.
Either of the dishes comes with soup, bread (or rice) and salad. The cutlet of the restaurant is a bit thinner than its Japanese equivalent donkatsu.
The meat does not taste greasy. The sweet and tangy flavor of its sauce stimulates patrons' palates. The main plate comes with macaroni, slices of cucumbers and boiled carrots, which evoke one's memory of the past when they or their family could rarely afford such dish.
The restaurant serves patrons desserts including coffee, ice cream and soda drinks from a dessert stand as much as they want.
Hours of Operation : 11:30-22:00 (or until ingredients are exhausted), closed on Mondays and holidays
Prices : Extra-large pork cutlet KRW9,000, cheese pork cutlet KRW10,000
Inquiry : 032-772-7266
You can order just once in England Pork Cutlet. No one is allowed to order extra because the place is so crowded that sometimes it is closed early because of a shortage of ingredients. Order sufficiently for you or your group the first time.
Pork cutlet of this restaurant comes with smoked ham and fried potatoes, which may come as a surprise to some patrons, but it is a tradition of times past when restaurants had to serve plentiful food to less well-off college students, in particular.
Hours of Operation : 11:00-22:00 (closed on Tuesdays)
Price : Pork cutlet KRW10,000, Hamburg steak KRW12,000, Seaside set menu KRW12,000, beef cutlet KRW11,000, Kimchi fried rice KRW6,000
Inquiry : 032-761-3538
Be cautious of greasy dishes! You may be full all day long!