- When it comes to Asian cuisines, Melbournians are spoiled for choice with Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai and even Japanese eateries. But Korean cuisine has not yet reached the same level of popularity. The Seoul's warm, cozy interior is often packed with visiting students, tourists and businessmen, traditionally the sign of authentic, hearty food. Popular items include bulgogi, a beef dish similar to Mongolian barbecues, sundubu (tofu) and rice noodle soups and dishes. Everything is accompanied by kimchi, a fiercely spicy pickled cabbage condiment that is a mainstay of Korean cooking. Wash it down with one of the equally fiery Korean spirits.
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User Reviews for Seoul Restaurant
Tasty. Cheap. No Frills!
Had spicy seafood tofu hot pot and spicy chicken hot plate. Went on quiet night, only 2 other tables. Service was friendly, efficient. Food was good, standard korean fare. But well...
- posted on 12.27.11
- by jaseeee