Pasta with a Bold Personality, Firm in its Conviction


๐Ÿ“ 136, Wangsimni-ro, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

โฐ Wednesday to Sunday 11:30-22:00 Break Time 15:00-18:00

๐Ÿ“• Coriander Spaghetti: 25,000 won

๐Ÿ“• Squid Rigatoni: 26,000 won

๐Ÿ“• Chorizo Tomato Linguine: 26,000 won

โ€ปMenu/prices are subject to change

โ€ปCorkage: 30,000 won per bottle, limited to 1 bottle (Not available on Fri-Sun, holidays)

It’s a given! I revisited FAGP this time solely for their new menu. I was so curious that I regretted not coming earlier, prompting me to make a reservation right away. Since June 2022, they’ve switched to a 100% reservation system, meaning you must book in advance. Upon reservation, they’ll provide a password to unlock the door yourselfโ€”an innovative touch.

The owner’s hospitality was remarkable, ensuring a delightful experience from start to finish. The kitchen’s immaculate cleanliness speaks volumesโ€”it appears as if everything was bought yesterday.

The signature coriander spaghetti remains unrivaled, boasting heightened flavors from my previous visit. Made with coconut milk cream, coriander leaves, chicken breast, cucumber, cilantro puree, and coriander oil, this dish works its magic, converting skeptics into fans. It’s reminiscent of something concocted by Harry Potter, with the cilantro puree blending seamlessly with the coconut cream, resulting in a light green hue.

The smoked chorizo and tomato linguine stole the show. It left a lasting impression with its delightful saltiness and rich tomato flavor. The sauce’s allure was irresistible, perfectly complementing the al dente pasta. Its subtle spiciness was both inviting and harmoniousโ€”a dish worthy of repeated indulgence. This is a definite must-try for next time, alongside the coriander spaghetti.

A highlight of the evening was the new starterโ€”a delightful mousse crafted from purple sweet potato, garnished with chips, and paired with scallops atop pickled red cabbage. Its refreshing, velvety texture made for a perfect appetizer preceding the pasta, and it paired excellently with white wine.

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