Rooftop Dining at Harvest Namsan

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It would be a push to call the weather this week “warm”, but we are finally heading in that direction. That means it’s almost time to start making use of Seoul’s many rooftop restaurants, cafes and bars.

Harvest Namsan is nestled up against the southern foot of Mount Namsan, right down the street from the Grand Hyatt Seoul. It claims to be farm-to-table, but I think everyone’s already come to grips with how seldom those claims are true (not just in Korea, but back home as well). Nevertheless, there seems to be a genuine effort at Harverst Namsan to seek out local and organic produce, and they do grow the odd veggie up on their sprawling rooftop patio, which overlooks the whole of Haebangchon.

 

It would be a push to call the weather this week “warm”, but we are finally heading in that direction. That means it’s almost time to start making use of Seoul’s many rooftop restaurants, cafes and bars.

Harvest Namsan is nestled up against the southern foot of Mount Namsan, right down the street from the Grand Hyatt Seoul. It claims to be farm-to-table, but I think everyone’s already come to grips with how seldom those claims are true (not just in Korea, but back home as well). Nevertheless, there seems to be a genuine effort at Harverst Namsan to seek out local and organic produce, and they do grow the odd veggie up on their sprawling rooftop patio, which overlooks the whole of Haebangchon.

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