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Seoul Korean BBQ Restaurant for the Holidays!

Friday, December 24th, 2010

seoul-korean-bbq-restaurant-silverdale-waIn the hilarious Holiday movie classic “The Christmas Story” Ralph and his family end up breaking with tradition and eating their Christmas Day dinner at a Chinese restaurant.

The new Seoul Korean BBQ Restaurant here in Silverdale gives area residents many ample reasons to break with holiday tradition, including generous portions, reasonable prices, and some really great food!

My oldest son Ben wanted to treat me to lunch the other day in celebration of my birthday. I had been meaning to try out this relatively new eating establishment for quite some time (sorry, Mike Pitts, I couldn’t wait any longer!). And since I was conveniently shopping at the nearby Ross store, my son’s invitation was perfectly timed.seoul-korean-bbq-restaurant-silverdale-wa

I ordered the Daeji Bul Go Ki (Sliced Pork marinated in a Hot & Spicy sauce. Ben got the Haemul Dolsol Bibim Bap (assorted vegetables, beef, and seafood, mixed with rice).

As is typical, our meal began with a dozen or so intriguing and enticing side dishes, including one of my long time faves, kimchi. It was great having so many delicious appetizers to choose from!

Our main dishes came along shortly thereafter, and did not disappoint in the least! Ben’s Bibim Bap was served in a hot stone bowl, making Mexican hot plate dishes seem like child’s play. My pork dish was hot & spicy, as expected.

Located at 10408 Silverdale Way NW (Suite A-117) in the Ross Plaza, Silverdale WA, the Seoul Korean BBQ Restaurant is another welcomed addition in the Kitsap County dining landscape. Their hours of operation are Monday, Wednesday through Saturday 11am to 10pm, and Sundays 11am to 9pm. They are closed Tuesdays.

Follow in the footsteps of Ralphie this holiday season and enjoy a break from the traditional turkey or ham. Trust me, your tummy will be so glad you did!


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