On a recent warm summers evening we went for dinner at our local 94Street Chicken and Beer Restaurant. The chain first opened a restaurant back in 2012 and have steadily grown during those 3 years. This restaurant chain offers a good sized beer menu with a few different draft beers as well as numerous bottles. Here are our thoughts on 94Street;
Thoughts: Firstly the food is reasonably priced at around ₩16,000 (on average) and there was plenty of food for 2 people. The side dishes included a jacket potato and a small salad with is a nice more western style touch. Moving onto the drinks, the draft beers start at ₩3,500 for a basic Korean lager (Max). We also tried the Velkopopovicky Kozel Dark Beer which at ₩5,000 was good but nothing amazing. They also a nice range of different flavored sojus (Grapefruit, Peach, Citron etc) which are always fun. The Atmosphere and feel of the restaurant is relaxed, open, family friendly and bright. Finally the overall value is very good and the quality is excellent. You can even add extra french fries or a jacket potato for just ₩1,000 which is good if some of your group are not hungry or if you’re with young children.
If you’re looking for some tasty chicken, more western style side dishes as well as a solid beer menu then 94Street is for you.
Pictures from the 94Street Chicken and Beer Restaurant
Here are a few pictures of the food and drinks we enjoyed at the 94Street Restaurant. Firstly the food;
Here is a map for the 94Street Restaurant we visited in the Cheongna area of Incheon. To find the 94Street closest to you search for 94번가 on Naver Maps;
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Tim & Jeonghye