Menu is simple.
Pick meats and sides, share everything. The potato swirl was operating on another planet (a must try).
The interior is calm and relaxing with rope lights on the ceilings and fancy looking wood tables.
The patio will be a huge hit in the summer and as it gets warmer.
The garage doors will open to bring outside in and inside out.
The Asian craft beer list was impressive.
I managed to try almost every one with the assistance of the friends I was with (the weizen was my favorite).
All the meat is marinated overnight and it really shows.
The beef ribs practically fell off the bone and the pork belly was so tender.
Overall, Seoul Food adds so much to a burgeoning area of South End/The Gold District by doing something new and different. So many times places get too comfortable playing it safe and it just becomes boring.
Seoul Food stands out with its unique dishes, Asian craft beers (there are local crafts too), beer cocktails and Asian inspired cocktails. I have a feeling this place will really hit its stride once it gets warmer and the opening kinks worked out.
Kudos to Timothy Chun and team.