560, Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
|Address||560, Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul|
|Price Range||10,000 ~ 20,000 Won|
|Business Hours||11:00 - 21:00|
|Break Time||15:30 - 17:30|
|Website||Go to the restaurant's homepage|
Updated: 2018. 6. 20
March Rabbit's reviews (67)
Seoul's salads.. ㅋㅋ Too expensive for what it is.
My fave salad place in Seoul so far! Great portions and flavours.
I’ve tried the Happy Vegan salad, which comes with crispy tofu, lentil salad, and two types of hummus! The oriental dressing is super good too. Also tried the 두도 bowl, which was warm and hearty — a good alternative to the Happy Vegan on colder days.
I’d totally come back to try their other salads.
Ordered the Rabbit Dietetic Salad and it was SOOOOO good. I'm not used to eat much and the salad was huge! Still, it was so good that I ate it all. Bonus points for the fresh juices! Loved the Mango and Banana one.
Not the least expensive place (salad + juice = 20000 won) but really really good and I'll come back!
i ordered the cobb salad. it was fresh and crunchy but so overpriced i would never go there again. i was just craving healthy food but it was my mistake to look for healthy fresh food in this area because you'll 90% of the time be paying more because of the location.
The serving size is pretty good but it is just cheap filler vegetables like lettuce, corn etc. and some plain chicken breast pieces, tomatoes etc. There arent any special superfoods added like kale or quinoa etc which i actually expected given the price!
I didnt really like the different dressing they added to the tomatoes, i just dont like that smell in general like sweet vinegar mixed with cheese (does anyone else know this smell??!)
However the service is good and the restaurant itself is nice and open.
Quite tasty and well balanced veggie-friendly salad :)
My vegetarian friend and I (I’m not veggie) love trying new spots that have more than one meat-free option, and this place is one that I would possibly go back to. Although, in Seoul there really are just endless options, aren’t there? You could eat in a different place every day and never run out of things to try!
Located about a 5 minute walk from the Sinsa station, it was pretty easy to find and surprised us with how bright and spacious it was. The staff were super friendly and helpful too~
So we shared the Happy Vegan & Dietetic (not pictured) salads. I preferred the Happy Vegan, and felt like it was more worth the 14,000W. The tofu steak was delicious, as was the chickpea salsa and two different hummus (??) spreads. The Dietetic salad was more of a grilled veggie salad. It was nice to have some green beans, sweet potato and eggplant, although it was mostly leaf-heavy and could possibly disappoint someone expecting more.
I did leave feeling satisfied however, and that good, healthy, balanced kinda full. I recommend to anyone looking for something light, nutritious and meat free (although they also do have some meat options that look good too!)
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