A lengthy menu and the steady patronage of a Korean-speaking clientele mark this spot near Northwest Plaza as an excellent choice for standards such as bulgogi and more exotic selections like yuk hoe, the Korean equivalent of steak tartare. All entrées come with the complimentary Korean appetizers called banchan. Unlike its sister in Creve Coeur, however, you won’t be able to cook your own meat at this Seoul Garden; blame the fire department for that. The all-you-can-eat option remains popular, although your whole table must sign on to qualify. Beer and wine only. Opens at 11 a.m. Monday through Saturday and noon on Sunday.

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Price: $$$
Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, cash

Parking: Lot Available


Reservations: Accepted, Recommended


Attire: Casual attire

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