Hello, this is Euimin from South Korea. I am so sad that this posting might be the last posting. I only have 10 more days left in Maastricht, so it is time to say goodbye with everything.
The thing is, you who is reading this post is going to start awesome days in Maastricht. And I’m so glad that I can give this tip for you. If you are Asian who missed Asian foods, or if you are interested Asian foods or culture, I want to recommend you Dusseldorf, Germany to go.
The trip to Dusseldorf from Maastricht takes less than 2 hours. Awesome Asian foods are waiting for you there.
1. Korean restaurant “bibimcup” I visited this place and the food taste legit/authentic. The restaurant also plays Korean songs, so I felt home away home. The price is bit expensive if compare to Korea, but we are in Europe, it is affordable.
2. Bubble tea cafe “Teammate” My Singaporean friend highly recommended this place. She said “this place serves closest bubble tea we can get here”
3. Japanese ramen restaurant “Takumi” I haven’t been to this place, so according to Google translate, you can see reviews like; “Incredibly friendly service, very authentic ramen/Japanese food” “The price is appropriate”
And there is also many Asian markets. We do have Asian market called Oriental in Maastricht, but there are not enough Korean ingredients. But here, in Dusseldorf, there is “Hanaro market”. You have definitely heard of this market if you are Korean.
Moreover, there is Karaoke. Actually the price is too expensive to try, so me and my friend cannot get in. But if you really into Karaoke and miss it, you can go there.
I really don’t want to believe that this is my final posting, my last lecture in Maastricht is tomorrow, and I am now on my way back home from my last trip.
I hope you also have an amazing experience in Maastricht. Maastricht is so lovely, mate.