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Milwaukee's East Side is home to Seoul Korean restaurant

Korean Beef BBQ
Korean Beef BBQ
C. Logarakis

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  • Observer 5 years ago

    Sad that this is what Milwaukeeans have as their best Korean restaurant.
    Pack up the kids Mabel and head to Chi-town. For this cuisine, it's your only realistic option. Seoul is very good, as you said, as an introduction to Korean dining but search out Korean BBQ 90 miles south. It's quite the cuisine. I'm in love with Woo Chon on California Avenue @ Lincoln, just south of Peterson. You don't even have to drive into town saving you traffic jams and aggravation. Still, there is nothing wrong with Seoul.

  • rjm 5 years ago

    Seoul can be very hit-or-miss. I'm not too fond of their version of Kalbi (short ribs), but like their Bulgoki and Bibimbap (especially the version in stoneware, with crispy and sticky rice at the bottom). I find their dumplings to be thin and meek, but do try the Seafood Pancake (haemul pajun) next time you're there: their version is really good. Also, if there are items you want that are not on the menu, ask; the kitchen may be able to make them. A lot of Koreans go there and order off the menu.

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