Seoul Garden

Restaurants, Korean Midtown West
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Seoul Garden
Photograph: Jolie Ruben
Soon dubu jigae at Seoul Garden Those who like a bit of drama with their soup should try the soon dubu (listed on the menu as "Combination Soon Tofu") at second-floor K-town stalwart Seoul Garden. The blistering tofu stew arrives in a screaming-hot, bubbl

This Korean restaurant, located on the second floor, serves casseroles, tableside barbecue and other well-executed standards.


Venue name: Seoul Garden
Address: 34 W 32nd St
New York
Cross street: between Broadway and Fifth Ave
Opening hours: Mon–Thu, Sun 11:30am–midnight; Fri, Sat 11am–2am
Transport: Subway: B, D, F, N, Q, R to 34th St–Herald Sq
Price: Average main course: $15. AmEx, MC, V
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A really good default in K-town. We ordered the Korean BBQ so it does tend to be pricey but the meat was of good quality. I've had better meat at Miss Korea but it was enough to satisfy! 

Patricia M

I came here on a Saturday night at 7:40 for a table for 2, and there was no wait. This is quite remarkable for Ktown on a Saturday night. This restaurant is very, very spacious, so whether you come in a large group of 20 or small group of 2, whether you intend to do BBQ or just a regular dinner, there will definitely be space!

You can order a la carte, or if you're lazy, just choose a combo. We ordered the #102 BBQ combo for two ($59.95). It included beef, galbi, and chicken as well as a tofu soup of our choice. Additionally, we also decided to get a kimchi pancake ($15.95).

Out of the three meats, my favorite was easily the galbi. It was perfectly marinated and so tender and juicy! The chicken, which I was the least excited about, was surprisingly very well marinated, juicy, and tender as well. The restaurant will provide you with lettuce, rice cake wrap, radish, seasoned veggies, and sauces to wrap the meat in. You can of course add any of the items from the banchan, like the mushrooms or kimchi, into your wrap as well.

The extra spicy tofu soup on the other hand was actually REALLY spicy. Thank god for the side of rice to keep me alive.

Simon C
Staff Writer

On the recommendation of a friend, I visited this place. Slightly hidden away, you enter the inconspicuous building and go to the second floor, don't be put off, it's well worth it. The food is great and fantastic value for money, attracting a diverse crowd from solo diners to groups of people out socialising. Put it on your to do list!

George J

This is my favorite comfort food spot.  The SoonDuBu and Kai Bi combo is the best stew / beef combo in the city!!