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“Love the BBQ”
Review of Seoul Garden

Seoul Garden
Ranked #273 of 1,327 Restaurants in The Hague
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $23 - $45
Cuisines: Korean
Dining options: Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed November 3, 2013

By far the best Korean in town, (there are only 2).
Been here several times now, and always barbeque with both friends and girlfriend. You will have to wash your clothes after you have been here, but it is totally worth it! The BBQ is much fun with friends and you can keep going for several hours if you dont trow it all up at once. The meat is marinated well and the taste is so damm good!

Everytime we are amazed about the bill, so modest. Beer,housewine and cola etc. is like 1.50 euro and the BBQ menu is from 14 to 18.

Make a reservation, it's small and nearly always full.

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Reviewed November 2, 2013

We went to this restaurant based on the good reviews and we are very happy to have gone there!! The food was delicious and we felt like in south korea! Totally recommend!! :-)

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Reviewed June 8, 2013

We've eaten here several times on boys' nights out - the food is very tasty, we enjoy 'playing' at cooking our own food on the Korean barbecues, and we're always astonished at how modest the bill is.

The owner is very friendly, and always makes us feel welcome. Only a small place so worth making a reservation, especially on a Friday or Saturday. Avoid if you don't like the strong smell of garlic, and perhaps not the place for a romantic candle-lit dinner as it's not an especially attractive venue, but if you'd like to give Korean food a try, highly recommended.

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Thank Andrew S
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Reviewed February 16, 2013 via mobile

Visit this restaurant by recommandation of my friends. Best korean in town they said. I was really surprised by the taste of korean BBQ. Thin sliced beef with soya sauce and honey, garlic on the BBQ gives the food a very delicate taste. (nr.1 on the menu)

I would recommand nr. 1 and nr.2 on the first page of the menu. If you order these you will get a small korean soup included, and rice, kimchi and lettuce for your meat to wrap in after you roasted the meat by yourself. Futhermore the restaurant is quite small, would recommand to call the restaurant before you like to eat here. You won't have allot of free space when you are seating but the food makes the visit worthy.

Very proud of this small restaurant in the Hague, due the owner is a traditional Korean from Korea and his daughter and wife are helping in the kitchen and service.
Therefore you are ensured that you can experience real korean food!

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Thank yumei123
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Reviewed March 13, 2012

The restaurant can be found in an alley, doesn't sound very attractive but there are more restaurants there. Inside this family run restaurant with a true 70ties decoration staff are all korean and speak little dutch, some speak some english.

The menu has lots of traditional dishes and most of them you prepare them yourself on a portable stove. The meat (bulgogi) is del marinated and can be baked very quickly, with a leave of lettuce and some rice it's a very tasteful meal. The side dishes are also not to be forgotten, of course there is Kimchi.

The downside is the ventilation, not at it's best. So don't wear your best clothes. Also it's a place just to eat. Arrive, order a drink and the food, eat, pay and get out! This is also "stimulated" by staff, since it can be very busy.

What always is a good sign is that the restaurant is being overrun with koreans, the food is authentic korean. Service can get a bit messy at times but also has it's charm.

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