Seoul Garden Celebrates 10 Years of Authentic Yakiniku DiningFeatures Order of the Day
July 7, 2013
Story By: Michelle Lee | Photos by: Rachel Breit
Perhaps the only thing better than sizzling Korean barbecue is all-you-can-eat sizzling Korean barbecue.
Starting this month, Seoul Garden Yakiniku invites all to take part in celebrating its 10th anniversary with an all-you-can-eat feast of traditional yakiniku.
“We are extremely proud of the quality of our dishes, especially our meats,” says Yun Hee Im, owner of Seoul Garden Yakiniku. “Since we opened, we have been fortunate enough to receive a lot of support from diners who know good food and understand the value of customer service.”
For the past decade, Seoul Garden Yakiniku has become a popular destination for patrons ranging from local residents to businessmen and honeymooners.
“We have come to appreciate the power of word-of-mouth and the Internet,” says Im. “Most of our business is from those who have heard about our restaurant through friends or blogs.”
With the 10th anniversary milestone upon it, Seoul Garden anticipates the all-you-can-eat barbecue will allow customers to see and taste more of what the menu has to offer. The meal, which includes short rib, boneless chicken and black pork belly, comes with unlimited side dishes, Korean-style pancake, as well as a choice of soup. Prices are $16.95 for lunch and $22.95 for dinner.
With more than 100 menu items, Seoul Garden offers something for everyone. Popular choices include Steamed Butter Fish ($26.95), Steamed Kal Bi ($23.95), and Stone Pot Bi Bim Bap ($16.95). Additionally, customers may opt to try a variety of specials, such as Stone Pot Rice and Kal Bi ($17.95), which comes with a choice of Spicy Tofu Soup, Kimchi Soup or Korean Miso Soup. Meats are seasoned and marinated in advance to bring out the natural flavors.
Aside from its abundantly appetizing menu, Seoul Garden stands to impress its customers with its visually appealing layout. Equipped with sturdy wood fixtures and tables with traditional-style art hanging on the walls, the restaurant is a natural choice for any event. For those looking to host a large party, Seoul Garden has a number of private rooms available for reservation.
Free parking is available both in front and behind the restaurant, as well as valet parking at night.
Seoul Garden Yakiniku
1679 Kapiolani Blvd., Honolulu
Open for lunch Monday – Sunday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and dinner, 3 p.m. – 2 a.m.