Food Matters: It’s Not Just About the Food

Food Does Matter

๐Ÿ“10, Seorae-ro 1-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

๐Ÿ“•Basil Pasta 21,000 won

๐Ÿ“•Meatball Romesco 15,000 won

๐Ÿ“•Vegetable Lasagna 15,000 won

โ€ป Menu/prices are subject to change.

โฐWed-Sun 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM Break Time 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

At this place, you absolutely must try the TTT Basil Pasta. It’s the top menu item here, a must-try. It features Tagliatelle pasta with three types of tomatoes, basil sauce, and basil pesto. The combination of tomatoes and basil is almost indescribable. The mix of cherry tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes, and marinated tomatoes creates a unique and flavorful experience. The richly simmered tomato sauce and the fragrant essence of basil linger in your mouth. The meatballs are astonishing. Made entirely from plants, these meatballs are so incredible that you might wonder if this could really be possible. The taste and texture are practically identical to real meat. It’s like real meat. It’s slightly savory and has a juicy bite. The Roasted Red Pepper Romesco sauce and the nutty Brussels sprouts complement it perfectly. It feels like a healthy choice.

Food Matters is a chef-made restaurant with a plant-based concept at its core. It’s part of the wave of plant-based eating spreading across the nation. It’s a community that shares the culture of plant-based eating. This was my fifth visit. You can feel the heart and soul put into it. There’s nothing as important as food in our journey through life. At least, that’s how I feel. I couldn’t agree more. Food Matters is making its name as a delicious vegan restaurant in Seorae Village. It takes around 15 minutes to walk from Express Bus Terminal Station. Taking the bus would be a 10-minute ride. Let’s just walk and get some exercise. The interior is spacious and pleasant. The atmosphere isn’t overdone. It’s perfect for casual dining without any pressure. They even welcome pets. I strongly recommend this place to those who have misconceptions about vegetarian eating. Consider it one dish among many to explore.

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