People from all over the country descend on the hundreds of restaurants and food stalls citywide for one of Busan's most famous treats.
Sorae, which is part of a chain of meat restaurants, has earned a large following with local expats and Koreans alike.
Located in the alley behind Busanjin Market, Maeul Bunsik offers inexpensive and very delicious food. Dangmyeon (bibim cellophane noodle) and gimbap is by far the locals' favorite.
Lovers of Shabu Shabu have made it into an all-season meal. Shabuya on Dalmaji Hill provides a great ambience, delicious food and a great night out for a date, family or gathering of friends.
Aroi Thai is may be a little off the beaten path, but the effort to find it and sample their delicious dishes is well worth the effort for Thai food lovers.
Looking for the best food in the city? Look no farther than your own neighborhood.
Among some phenomenal traditional markets in Busan, there is one called Bujeon Market in front of Bujeon Station. It has everything you can imagine and some eating stalls that locals love.
Any Korean, who has memories of going to a street market with mom or with friends after school, would remember the Korean tongasu in 1980s or 1990s. Here you can taste the good memories.
Located behind the beach road in Daebyeon, this restaurant offers a great Korean cutlassfish and anchovy menu.
Located on the 4th floor in the newest section of Shinsegae Centum City Mall, Brooklyn the Burger Joint offers simple but great food choices.