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Phone: (336) 292-0689

Primary Phone: (336) 292-0689

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Seoul Garden‎

Seoul Market

Seoul Garden Korean BBQ

Korean Restaurants, Asian Restaurants, Restaurant Delivery Service, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Free

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Good For Groups: Yes

Good for Kids: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: Korean, Asian, Delivery

Alcohol: Beer, Wine

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average


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Roy F.


Too many bowl foods

Grilled beep and pork served in hot bowls over rice is not the norm for Korean food my wife is Korean and several friends own restaurants and her sister too. I have eaten Korean food for 40 plus years this stuff is not the way it should be Served.



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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 to get the attention of one of the waitresses, and she told us that we needed a reservation to eat there and should leave (half of the tables in the place were empty). We immediately walked out and then called about getting a reservation - the person on the phone told us that we didn't need a reservation and the table was available now. My wife asked for the manager and tried to ask him why we were initially turned away from this restaurant - the manager pretended like he could not understand my wife's English. Approximately 20 minutes later, we had our friend (who speaks Korean) call back and ask what was going on. Turns out, they do not like mixed couples eating at their establishment (I am white and my wife is asian). Apparently this ""offends"" their Korean patrons. So, if you are a mixed couple, you may wish to eat somewhere else.

Saleen Man


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Greensboro Authentic Korean Restaurant

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.




We ordered bol gogi with veggies and rice, fried pork dumplings and kim chi pancakes with barley tea and it was all absolutely delicious!!!! We are so happy there is a good Korean restaurant in Greensboro. We will most definitely go there again. Plus theres a little Korean food market right next door.=)

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