The Double Pork steak at Raracost (17,900 won, or about $16) is served with a sweet sauce, salad and fries. MATT KEELER/STARS AND STRIPES
The Double Pork steak at Raracost (17,900 won, or about $16) is served with a sweet sauce, salad and fries. MATT KEELER/STARS AND STRIPES

Searching for a kid-friendly meal? Look no further than Korea’s ‘best family restaurant’

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I’m new to Osan Air Base, so I am always on the lookout for anything around the installation that grabs my attention. When I spotted a local establishment that claimed to be “The World’s Best Family Restaurant,” I knew I had to see if it was worthy of such a title.

With more than 100 locations spread across South Korea, Raracost opened its first outlet, east of Daegu near Yeongcheon City Hall, just seven years ago.

Raracost serves up a unique take on Italian-inspired cuisine that includes pork and chicken entrees, pasta, pizza, pilaf and risottos, and salad. It’s especially popular with university students, as many locations are situated near college campuses.

Read more at: https://www.stripes.com/1.570798

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