Seoul Garden

★★★★★
  • 5318 W Market St C

    Greensboro, NC 27409

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  • 336-297-0001

About Seoul Garden

Hours
Mon. CLOSED;Tue. - Fri. 11am - 10pm;Sat. - Sun. 12am - 11pm
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Racists. My wife and I drove from Raleigh to eat at this restaurant. We arrived at approximately 7 pm and waited at the "wait to be seated" podium for approximately five minutes before anyone would talk to us. Finally, my wife managed

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★★★★★

Racists. My wife and I drove from Raleigh to eat at this restaurant. We arrived at approximately 7 pm and waited at the "wait to be seated" podium for approximately five minutes before anyone would talk to us. Finally, my wife managed

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After walking into the restaurant, I found the pleasant smell of Korean food present everywhere in the air. After getting greeted by my waitress I was led over to a table and was asked in a freindly voice what I would like to drink. I placed my order and no sooner did I get my drink ordered I was placing the order for the main course. The servbice was prompt ,curtious and the Kimcha Chiqua dish was as I remembered it from 1985 when I was station in the U.S. Air Force in Korea. The dish came with all the traditional sides, whhich are top on my list for an exciting appetizer. I have been back several times with the same results. The food is outstanding the service is excellent and the atmosphere is such, that you will feel as though you were in a small Korean town enjoying your dinner.

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★★★★★

After walking into the restaurant, I found the pleasant smell of Korean food present everywhere in the air. After getting greeted by my waitress I was led over to a table and was asked in a freindly voice what I would like to drink. I placed my order and no sooner did I get my drink ordered I was placing the order for the main course. The servbice was prompt ,curtious and the Kimcha Chiqua dish was as I remembered it from 1985 when I was station in the U.S. Air Force in Korea. The dish came with all the traditional sides, whhich are top on my list for an exciting appetizer. I have been back several times with the same results. The food is outstanding the service is excellent and the atmosphere is such, that you will feel as though you were in a small Korean town enjoying your dinner.

Pros: Excellent atmosphere and great food

Cons: Need more of these restaurants

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Bulkoki is finely sliced beef, marinated in a blend of soy sauce and the Korean version of 7-Up, with sesame and a few spices to kick it up a notch. If you find it at a Chinese restaurant, they stole it. Chinese restaurants in the US are seldom authentic. My Korean wife cooks bulkoki at home, as well as many of the other dishes served at Seoul Garden. So, I can attest to their authenticity. In fact, if you found your Bulkoki salty in the past, they probably used Chinese Soy Sauce instead of Korean. As for service, did you notice the "Waitress wanted" sign on the door?

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★★★★★

Bulkoki is finely sliced beef, marinated in a blend of soy sauce and the Korean version of 7-Up, with sesame and a few spices to kick it up a notch. If you find it at a Chinese restaurant, they stole it. Chinese restaurants in the US are seldom authentic. My Korean wife cooks bulkoki at home, as well as many of the other dishes served at Seoul Garden. So, I can attest to their authenticity. In fact, if you found your Bulkoki salty in the past, they probably used Chinese Soy Sauce instead of Korean. As for service, did you notice the "Waitress wanted" sign on the door?

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II've been here once for dinner and once for lunch. The Korean dish I had for dinner was OK, nothing memorable. The lunch dish I had was worse than what I make myself. The bulgoki did not have that combination of sweet and salty flavor. It tasted entirely like soy sauce beef, more like a Chinese dish than a Korean dish. Service was also slow both times, even though the establishment was only 1/5 full. I will not be back.

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★★☆☆☆

II've been here once for dinner and once for lunch. The Korean dish I had for dinner was OK, nothing memorable. The lunch dish I had was worse than what I make myself. The bulgoki did not have that combination of sweet and salty flavor. It tasted entirely like soy sauce beef, more like a Chinese dish than a Korean dish. Service was also slow both times, even though the establishment was only 1/5 full. I will not be back.

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