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Jeju Jungmun “Grand Josun Hotel Restaurant: Rubrica”

In the Jungmun Tourist Complex of Jeju, various hotels are located. From Josun Hotel to Shilla, Lotte Hotel, and other famous hotels, it is the largest tourist complex in Jeju where you can find various well-known hotels in one place.

At the Grand Josun Hotel, there is an Italian restaurant called “Rubrica.” Located on the hotel rooftop, it is a charming place where you can enjoy a meal while admiring the expansive view.

“Jeju Jungmun: Grand Josun Hotel Rubrica”

Rubrica offers both lunch and dinner. Lunch starts at 12:00 PM, and dinner starts at 6:00 PM. The last order time is 9:00 PM.

“Lunch Prefix 3-Course”

Rubrica offers both 2-course and 3-course menus. You can choose from three sections: “Small Plates, Large Plates, Dessert.” In the case of a 3-course menu, you can choose one item from each category, or you can choose two Small Plates instead of dessert, or two desserts instead of Small Plates.

Whether it’s a 2-course or 3-course menu, the difference is that you can only choose one item from the “Large Plates” category. The price for a 3-course menu is 55,000 KRW.

Personally, the menu I selected included “Onion Soup with Onion Rings” from “Small Plates,” “Putanesca with Kalamata Olives and Anchovies” from “Large Plates,” and “Crème Brûlée” for dessert.

“Pre-Meal Bread”

After placing the order, pre-meal bread is served. You can enjoy the view while briefly satisfying your hunger with the bread as you wait for the dishes to arrive.

“Small Plates: Onion Soup with Onion Rings”

Following the pre-meal bread, Onion Soup with Onion Rings is served. It had a layer of cheese on top of the onion soup, providing a pleasantly savory taste.

“Large Plates: Putanesca with Kalamata Olives and Anchovies”

Putanesca is a type of pasta. Since it was a dish with an unfamiliar name, I looked it up before ordering. It was a menu choice driven by the desire to try something not commonly seen elsewhere.

“Dessert: Crème Brûlée”

After finishing the main course, I concluded the meal with Crème Brûlée. It was a sweet dessert to wrap up the dining experience.

Overall, the meal was not bad, but the restaurant is more known for its atmosphere than the food. It stands out for its advantage of offering a view of Jungmun, Jeju, from the rooftop.

However, it is on the pricier side, so it’s a good place to consider for special events. It can be an excellent venue for important meetings or romantic dates for couples.

“Jeju Jungmun Grand Josun Jeju: Rubrica”

  • Address: 60 Jungmungwangwang-ro 72beon-gil, Seogwipo, Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, 63535
  • Phone: 064-738-6600
  • Website: Grand Josun Hotel Website