Craftworks Taphouse & Bistro in Kyeongnidan is a great place for a lunchtime treat. Their menu is not very large, but they offer what may be one of the finest sandwiches in the area.
I ordered the chorizo sandwich (with tomatoes, lettuce, pesto and their own chipotle mayonaise) served with turmeric and sea salt french fries for the reasonable sum of 9,000 won.
The sandwich was a thing of beauty, stuffed with a generous helping of pan fried chorizo, a slather of pesto and plenty of salad (I decided to hold back on the mayonaise due to an inconvenient egg allergy). Good quality crusty toasted bread held the whole thing together and the combined flavours were unlike any sandwich I've had before. Possibly the best sandwich I've had in the last couple of years...
And then the fries. Turmeric may seem an unusual spice to stick on your chips, but the subtle earthy flavour worked well with the potatoes. Crisp, soft and very moreish.
I've yet to try their beer, but if you're looking for a damn good chorizo sandwich then Craftworks Taphouse & Bistro is the place to go. To get there come out of Noksapyeong station and head down towards Haebangcheon. Walk on the right hand side past the second hand bookshop, La Trevia and Standing Coffee. Cross over the road, bypass Noxa and Craftworks will be on the right down a dingy alleyway. Just look for their sign. You can call them on 02 794 ALES (2537 to the rest of us) or visit their website here.