Tuesday, December 11, 2012


Close to Hongik University Station, tucked away down an alleyway lined with restaurants is Kuajuraho Indian Restaurant. Wind up the stairs and enter one of the most beautifully decorated restaurants you may ever eat at.


Festooned with colorful lanterns hanging from the ceiling, Indian art framed on the walls, and a beautiful tope colored wall behind the tiled cashier's desk--Kuajuraho has a great ambiance that makes the meal ever more special. This is not the mention the light that blasts through the windows in the afternoon or early evening.

If you frequent late nights in the Hongdae area you may recognize Sonu from his kebab cart outside of FF and GoGos. Tell him you know Skyler and he's bound to treat you very well.

The best bang for your won will come in the form of one of their sets. Individually their dishes may be a little steep in price, but believe me, it is worth it. The sets include salad, two Samosas, your choice of curry (the Mutton Malsala is to die for), half or whole Tandoori Chicken depending on your set choice, a choice of plain of Garlic Naan, and Sweet Lassi.

Mutton Malsala and Garlic Naan
Mutton Malsala and Garlic Naan
Tandoori Chicken
Sweet Lassi
For the best Indian food in Hongdae, maybe in all of Seoul, there's no better place to go than Kuajuraho. Seek it out. You won't be disappointed.

332-4 Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul 2F (서울시 마포구 서교동 332-4 2F) phone: 02-325-1206

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