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“SEOUL“ is a Korean Restaurant located in popular Sea Point, Cape Town. The restaurant is named after the Capital and largest metropolis of South Korea.

We offer traditional and contemporary Korean cuisines including Soups, Stews, Seafood, Shabu Shabu, Korean BBQ, Noodles and Vegetarian Dishes.

 

Korea has a very rich food history and tradition. Similar to most other Asian countries, short gain rice, also known as 'sticky rice' makes up most of the Korean staple diet. Rice is present in every Korean meal, together with kimchi, a typical Korean food served with rice, by itself or with soups.

Korean kimchi is made using cabbage. However, other types of vegetables can be used such as cucumber, radish or bean sprouts, fermented with chilly garlic and other spices. Kimchi is extremely good for the health because it is rich in vitamins and Lactobacilli.

 

A typical Korean meal consists of a bowl of rice, bowl of soup, several side dishes and the main dish which is often shared by everyone at the table. Korean cuisine involves the use lots of garlic, lots of red chillies, spices such as ginger, doenjang (fermented soy paste), soy sauce and gochujang (red chilli paste). The cooking oil normally used by Koreans is sesame oil. Korean cuisine includes recipes with meat, fish, vegetables, noodles and tofu.

We look forward to welcoming you to Seoul Restaurant!

 


Map

Directions

From the N1 and N2 drive into Cape Town and turn right into Somerset Road at the 3rd set traffic lights. Continue on this road, that becomes Main Road in Green Point, all the way to Sea Point. The road will fork in Sea Point, take the road swerving to the right, Regent Road. Continue on Regent Road. We are at number 72.

Latitude

-33.92022
-33° 55' 12.79''

Longitude

18.38413
18° 23' 2.87''
Address
72 Regent Road
Sea Point
Cape Town

 

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Food Served
KoreanAsianSeafoodThai
Average Price$
Payment accepted
Trading Hours
Monday - Saturday
Lunch: 12:00 - 14:00
Dinner: 18:00 - 22:30

Sunday: Closed
Facilities
Take Out
Child Friendly
TV/Sports
Load Shedding
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