Nonsan's Restaurants= There are hundreds of small Korean restaurants serving typical foods such as kimbap and soups. They are scattered through-out the city, so that finding one is perhaps the easiest thing you can do in Nonsan.
Fish and SeafoodEdit
- Hwangsan Restaurant (yellow swellfish broth): 41-745-4836
- Geumgang Restaurant (yellow swellfish broth): 41-745-5122
- Dolsan Grill Restaurant (wi - eaten raw): 41-745-0706
- Hansan Restaurant (wi - eaten raw): 41-745-0556
- Sansu Pavilion Restaurant (catfish chowder): 41-741-3302,
- Ttoksori Hot Chowder Restaurant (catfish chowder): 41-741-0927,
- Shinpung Hot Chowder Restaurant (catfish chowder): 41-732-7754
- Twin Hot Chowder Restaurant (catfish chowder): 41-742-1409
- In addition, some of the general restaurants serving Korean-style food have a small selection of fish dishes. Shrimp or octopus in rice can be had at most of them, and deep-fried shrimp, scallops, etc. is common at hofs.
- There are some excellent expensive restaurants around the near-by lake, seving various fish, including eel.
- Chestnut Tree Garden (Chestnut jelly, fried chestnut dish and chestnut noodle): 41-732-7979
- Ogol Chicken Restaurant (Boiled Ogol Chicken in water): 41-736-0707
- A number of places serve, and some deliver, chicken. Most places deep-fry their chicken, but rotisseried chicken can also be had.
Fast Food and NoodlesEdit
There are at least two Italian-food restaurants (Da Sarang, Bellevue), two Indian restaurants specializing in tandoori chicken, two or more Japanese short-order restaurants, and at least three Korean-style Chinese short-order restaurants (one just off of Highway 23 south of 5-Points, one in campus-town). A number of places offer pizza, though at a much higher price than chicken or Korean foods generally run. There is also a fast-food restaurant near Konyang University serving hamburgers and brats.
Nonsan has an abundance of "Hofs," including
- Buzz, in Konyang University's campus-town.
- Yes, Hof & Restaurant
- Fox's Pub (Rest & Hof).
Most hofs offer a nice assortment of Korean and some other food, including fruit platters, seaweed soup, and deep-fried sea-food. Beer is pretty much limited to Hite and a couple of other brands not considered especially appealing by the locals.
A number of tiny establishments lie cheek-by-jowl on the west side of the railroad right of way.
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