Suji's Restaurant and Bar was opened in 2005 by Suji Park and was originally intended to cater to expats eager for a taste of home. Inspired by the corner delis of New York City, Suji's was (and continues to be) a respite from bibimbap and kimchi. With an extensive menu of delectable deli meats and American brunch items, it didn't take long for Suji's to expand to other areas of the city, and even further on to Tokyo. Suji's serves brunch all day, which is good news for late-risers and those who have taken full advantage of Seoul's lively nightlife. The eatery serves up all of the main breakfast players—omelets, pancakes, and eggs Benedict to name a few. The New York Brunch, which includes generous portions of smoked salmon, cream cheese, and capers on a toasted bagel, with a side of fresh and chunky hash browns, is a favorite of regulars, as is the New York hot pastrami sandwich. Suji's deli meats are the closest you can get to the Big Apple on the Korean peninsula, and the sunny rooftop with great views of the Itaewon neighborhood is the perfect spot to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon.