Drunken Vegan is a cozy little pub and restaurant located in the Hongdae neighborhood of Seoul. It’s 100% vegan, with an delightfully inventive menu of Korean eats, especially vegan Korean dishes, and some stellar fusion mock meat meals. It’s a treasure.
An Intimate atmosphere
It’s a teensy spot with only a handful of tables close together so it’s a rather intimate dining experience. Oh, and one wall of it is covered in adult toys. So, there’s that. Good eats, drinks, and plenty of interesting conversation starters. Very fun indeed.
Deep fried prawn with chili sauce
This fried shrimp dish drenched in sweet Thai chili sauce is my favorite. Complete with a salad full of fresh greens with a sweet and creamy homemade blueberry dressing.
This colorful and tasty dish is cauliflower chunks breaded in cereal and deep fried. Served with a sweet and spicy dipping sauce, vegetables have never tasted so good.
GambAs al ajillo
This Spanish-inspired light prawn and veggie tapas plate is drenched in a garlic oil sauce, the perfect blend of fresh vegetables and filling protein, with a flavorful kick.
Stir-fried Pork belly with gochujAng sauce
This pork belly and veggie plate is a veganized version of the popular Korean dish called Samgyeopsal. This version is tasty and meat free.
The classic Italian lasagna plate is a super hearty and filling pasta dish made with tofu, tofu cheese, and even the layers of lasagna noodles are tofu skins. It’s rich, it’s creamy, it’s amazing. You never knew you could love tofu this much.