The food at Seoul Kitchen is simple, straightforward and yummy. Any one of the soups can work as a meal. Noodle and rice plates are also available—but you don't want to pass up the barbecue, the food that will make this little place famous. The combination of the chicken and flame-broiled beef rib (galbi) is superb. For those who like it hot, all you have to do is ask, and the kitchen will spice up whatever you order. Most everything is served with miso soup, rice and kimchi. Other Asian items such as yakisoba, tempura and ramen are also available.
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