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Featuring Korean-inspired barbecue dishes with a Southern twist, don’t come here expecting traditional dishes such as bibimbap and bulgogi. Instead, you can expect fusion dishes such as ramen mac and cheese, kimchi mayo slaw, soy garlic wings and other dishes packed with flavor and coated in addictive sauces.

Cuisine Type: Korean

Ambience: Casual Dining

Price: $

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Sam Clark

a month ago

Show up as soon as they open at night for happy hour and $1 appetizers. You literally cannot go wrong with ordering them all. Draft selection was a little light, but food was so good! The wings were crispy and flavorful. Definitely not your traditional BBQ or KBBQ. Generally, when I hear Korean BBQ its a week long ordeal preparing myself. At Seoul Food, Id happily walk in on a whim any day.


Eric Younts

in the last week

Non traditional in the best way. Everything we got was great, well thought out and well executed. Friendly wait staff. A tad noisy when busy, but it adds to the good feeling you get while there. Highly recommended.


Cake Kid

a month ago

Great place, although it's kind of pricey. The options are quite large and the service is great. Total, me and a couple buddies spend about $200 and we ordered their Kimchi Fries like 3-4 times, which are actually really delicious. I enjoyed being there, if I'm honest. A bonus might be that there was K-pop playing in the background which I don't know if it was out of sarcasm or to enhance the atmosphere, but it sure did add humor to the day.


John Sansbury

a month ago

A very interesting Korean fusion restaurant. The wings and Kim-chi fries are good. Have also had the Kim-chi slaw though I was the only one who seemed to like it. Good selection of drinks and a fun atmosphere, especially if you hangout on the back deck and play the games. Only complaint is that this place gets incredibly busy and can feel very hectic.


Yu-Hsien Ho

3 months ago

Pretty good spot in south end. A large drink menu that includes your beers, cocktails, and specialty Asian drinks as well. Great food. Korean fried chicken is without a doubt some of the best in town. Picked soy deviled eggs are also delicious. I've had their beef ribs and fried pork belly but wasn't all that impressed. Generally don't go there for a sit down dinner anymore, but rather for drinks and snacking on those wings. Service is good. Food comes out quick. There are also games on the patio for entertainment.