Jeonju might be the spiritual home of Korean food but options are strictly limited when it comes to international cuisines unless you count Pizza Hut and Outback Steakhouse, which I don't.
In the major cities and metropolitan areas all kinds of cuisines are available but unless they are run by natives they tend to have a Korean twist. Italian restaurants like 'Team' are perfect examples of flawed and faux international cuisine. Their risotto looks and tastes like bibimbap with a bit of cheese.
In my experience as an expat with expat friends, we like nothing more than a good curry, often having to travel to another city. Unfortunately Jeonju is yet to indulge in an authentic Indian restaurant but we do have a quirky, Korean run curry house that does a very nice plate of curry and rice.
Sang Dok is not exactly hidden in the Hanok village but it is on a side street that seems to get little foot traffic. Facing the east wall of Gyeonggijeon, Sang Dok is a small, cosy place that doesn't have what you would call an extensive menu. In fact it has 2 dishes on the menu, curry and hot curry.
The restaurant is vegetarian friendly and the curries come served with a small naan type bread and rice. This is not authentic Indian curry however, more like the Japanese/Ottogi boil in the bag curry but at 5,000 won with a small yoghurt drink to calm the taste buds delivered when you have finished, it is not only a bargain but a very pleasant place to spend an hour or so eating and chatting.