Pasta, the typical Italian dish one would think when speaking of Italian food, can now be easily found in all corners of the world. Same goes to Korea. Not only they adapt to the foreign culture of having pasta and pizza, there are a lot of local pasta restaurant Franchise opening in Korea. People love them because of their high CP value (cheap but good!).
Established by Jongwon-Baek, the famous cook who casts a lot of cooking shows, Rolling Pasta is famous of the use of quality ingredients to make the pasta. They use whole tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, Italian white wine vinegar and natural mozzarella cheese as their main ingredients. By reducing unnecessary processes in the preparing of food, Rolling Pasta managed to maintain their food prices reasonable without compromising the quality of pasta. That makes them greatly loved by university students and people who want to eat pasta without spending too much money.
The most famous menu by Rolling Pasta is Spicy Cream Pasta (7000 won) and Seafood Stew with Pasta (7900 won). Besides, they have basic pasta such as tomato pasta, aglio & olio, carbonara pasta which cost starting from only 4500 won~. Apart from pasta, they also do steaks, pizzas, salads, doria and pilafs.
With reasonable cost and taste, Rolling Pasta also provides cozy dine-in environment which maximizes the comfort of dining.
For more info: rolling-pasta.com
Isn’t the name so adorable? Haha. The name actually takes after the words “you and I” and “Jjampong – Korean Chinese dish”, meaning Jjampong that you and I share.
You might feel weird why it talks about Jjampong but not pasta. In fact, Nipong Naepong serves Jjampong-style pasta which uses the Jjampong noodles and pasta-style sauces! I thought the combination would be weird, not after I tasted their Ro Ppong(basically a Rose pasta). Ro-ppong and Keu-Ppong(cream pasta) are their best menu. The prices are slightly higher, 8500 won and 9200 won respectively. They also have other pasta dishes with costs starting from 6900 won, each of which tastes uniquely good.
Another main menu of Nipong Naepong is pizza, since the restaurant itself tag “Fusion Jjampong and Pizza”. They serve corn cheese pizza, pepperoni pizza, sweet potato pizza and spinach pizza. All with thin crust dough and 99% natural cheese and some with special dipping sauce!
#Nipong Naepong has branches in Singapore and United States.
For more info: www.nipongnaepong.co.kr
With the slogan “Pasta is home food”, Real Pasta serves various types of pasta with reasonable prices and good ingredients. They do tomato pasta, cream pasta, oil pasta, pilaf, and pizzas. The prices range from 4900 won to 7900 won with various choices of toppings like bacon, shrimp, beef, bulgogi, chicken and also some special ingredients like truffle oil and anchovy.
For more info: real-pasta.com
Cheap and good! Why don’t you try out the pasta in these three famous pasta restaurant franchise? Let us know what do you think after trying them out! My 1st franchise restaurant is Nipong Naepong though!