A hidden restaurant with great korean food. Always busy and service is on point. Their sushi attachment has one of the best sushi in town. The kimchi is amazing and hand made.
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Had a simple meal of wanton soup and fried egg rolls. Best wanton I've ever had anywhere. Egg rolls were good. The server, quite frankly, was disengaged, no smile after I tried 3 times eliciting one myself. Very curt. I watched this server at 3...More
The appetizers were great, the service good. My Mongolian beef was a little less lean that I prefer. In the back, there's an all you can eat sushi bar. Above is a bowling alley!
The basement location across from the Library belies a large menu of Korean-style dishes. There's a Korean grocery store across the hall too. Generous flavorful servings include kimche and pickled vegetable side dishes - all pleasingly presented. Fish tanks and karaoke as well!
This place is downstairs in the bowling alley, which is enough to scare plenty of people away- but that is part of the charm in the place! The food is tasty and seemingly authentic- just don't let the location scare you!
I love going here to get dinner with people. They have a huge variety of different foods including sushi. One of my favorite parts apart going here is the little plates that they bring out while preparing your food. You get about six different little...More
I travel a lot to Korea and have to say that Seoul Gate was very good. Place is a little run down but kept clean and service was excellent.
Not many people eating there in the day time and the portion of food is small. They used frozen seafood and vegetable.
I travelled from L.A where there are so many Korean restaurants around. But I would say, Seoul Gate's dishes are really tastier than the foods from L.A. I ordered the spicy pork bbq and youkgaejang.- both are so yummy!!! I emptied all the food served,...More