As of last year, Jeju had 23 Muslim-friendly restaurants for visitors to enjoy. And in 2021, eight new venues were added to the list. Here’s a rundown of the newcomers.
Loulou Vegan: A plant-based whole food café that sells vegan cakes, cookies, soups, and more.
Vegan Table Baram: A restaurant that sells various vegan dishes such as pasta and salads.
And Yu Café: A vegan café with a selection of sandwiches, soups, and desserts.
Jageun Bueok: A vegan café that sells juice, bibimbap, vegetable tteokbokki, and a set course menu.
Jeju 901: A vegan café known for its brunch sets, salad bowls, smoothies, and sandwiches.
Jeju Geudaero: A vegan café that sells scones, cookies, focaccia, and chapssal pie.
Piece of the Day: A café that sells rice-based cake and vegan bread.
Dasoni: A vegan restaurant that sells vegetable-based Korean set menus.
Keep in Touch With Jeju!
Jeju Island’s official information site: Visitjeju.net
Free Jeju Travel Info Available by Chat (Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. KST)
The JTO’s informative YouTube channel: Visit Jeju Global