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We were a table of 8 for a dinner. We ordered some mandus, noodles, pork, veal, kimchi... and everything was great. Moreover the service was very familiar and friendly, and they invited us to a dessert. Super recommended price-quality place.
We were a party of four yesterday sending my kid off to university and ordered two different complete dinners, (Menu de Degustació) : appetizers, starters, two kinds of dumplings, noodles, rice, lots of vegetables, seafood, beef, pork, dessert and everything was delicious, hot, light on...More
Have eaten here several times and it never disappoints. Not the most luxurious surroundings but the staff are very attentive and the food is delicious. Best to make a reservation in advance as usual busy and if you book a day before they give 10%...More
Yesterday we were in @seoulrestaurantcorea and it was great experience. We felt at home. Kim the owner very kind, nice and with a very correct Catalan told us the dishes that we were savoring and that is always appreciated when you enter new kitchens. Very...More
I ate here on the 17th June, at dinner. I wanted my dad to try Korean food, and coming here was the right choice! The restaurant is very nice, and the workers are friendly! I met the owner of the restaurant while we were there,...More
We came here without booking for our anniversary dinner after realising we both fancied some asian food! After a browse on trip advisor we found this and we’re so glad we tried it.
Restaurante Seoul is a lovely little restaurant with very kind and attentive...More
You know the feeling when you want to try everything you see on the menu? Well, that's exactly the feeling my husband and I had when we came to Seoul on his birthday. We decided not to make any choices and ordered a set menu....More
Having lived in Korea for many years and enjoy the cuisine, we try to visit a Korean restaurant when we're on holiday. The restaurant is located a 10-minute walk from the Sagrada Familia, and was quite empty when we got there. Still, we had to...More
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