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I am travelling to Seoul this winter. I want to know about some good restaurants having halal food and also having spicy food as well. If there are some Pakistani restaurants having biryani that will be more good to know.

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Not answering your question, just FYI: I know the ship building town of Geoji in the far south of the country has a large Pakistani community with many restaurants. – Andrew Nov 14 '13 at 1:54
You should enjoy the seafood :) – Burhan Khalid Jan 4 '15 at 8:04

I hope these links from the official Korea Tourism Organisation website, visitkorea, will help you:

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Could you include relevant information in your answer? These links might die. – unor Nov 13 '13 at 13:00

Usmania International Restaurant

Usmania is a Pakistani restaurant expressing authentic Pakistani taste in both its interior and food. The menu features about a hundred dishes, ranging from whole wheat bread, lamb, beef or chicken, but does not offer any pork dishes or alcoholic beverages, which are prohibited by the Koran. Inside the restaurant, you will find a variety of Pakistani decorations such as traditional shishas (water pipes) and silk carpets. Beef kebabs and tandoori chicken are favorites among Korean diners. Here is the Official Website of Usmania Restaurant

Address: Seoul-si Yongsan-gu Itaewon-dong 119-7 Tel: 02-798-7155 How to get there: Subway Line 6, Itaewon Station Exit 1, 5 minutes’ walk

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