Taiwanese style sandwich ‘Hoy Tto’. It’s a Taiwanese style sandwich. It can be easily eaten by rolling up various vegetables, ham, and mozzarella cheese.
Taiwanese style sandwich ‘Hoy Tto’ / Korean Street Food / 이연복 쉐프도 반한 대학로 ‘호이또’ / 줄서서 먹는 혜화역 호이또 맛집
Taiwanese style sandwich “Hoy-tto” which was recommended by Chef Lee Yeon-bok. I’ve never heard of it. The name Hoytto, and the fact that it’s a Taiwanese style sandwich. It’s like a Mexican kebab and crepes. Hoitto is thought to be the term for this kind of food in Taiwan. Anyway, I came to Daehak-ro because it was recommended by chef Lee Yeon-bok and I heard it was a good restaurant to eat in line.
No seasonings and no spices. In Taiwanese style, it’s called shojwabing, and it’s delicious even when it’s cold and delicious hoitto when it’s warm. The best menu here is ham vegetables + mozzarella cheese and beef bulgogi + mozzarella cheese.
Whether you’re watching a play or a movie in Daehak-ro, it’s perfect to stop by during a short break to eat snacks. It has a strong taste and a special sauce that goes well with vegetables, ham, and cheese.
Hoitto, whose name is unfamiliar. It looks like a kebab and reminds me of tortillas. However, it is said that this hoitto came from Taiwan. It’s a Taiwanese style sandwich. It is a snack that can be easily eaten by rolling up various vegetables, ham, and mozzarella cheese. They say it is delicious when it is warm and delicious even when it is cold. But I couldn’t wait until it became cold, so I didn’t try cold huitto and only ate it when it was warm.
Chef Lee Yeon-bok recommended it, and there are no condiments or spices in it. Due to its conditions, it is not possible to cut it in half and eat it with a whole one. It looks like toast or pancake, but the taste is unique and delicious due to the difference in sauce.
🥇이연복 쉐프도 반한 대학로 ‘호이또’
(Daehangno Street Food, ‘Hoitto’)
💰 Ham & Veggie with Cheese: KRW 4,000
: I don’t know how can i call this in english..
It’s similar to ‘Kebob’