Seoul Korean Restaurant

Seoul Korean Restaurant

$ • Korean • Asian • BBQ

4.5
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Location and hours

334 20th St W, Saskatoon, SK S7M 0X2
Sunday - Monday
11:00 a.m. - 07:30 p.m.
Tuesday - Wednesday
Closed
Thursday - Saturday
11:00 a.m. - 07:30 p.m.

334 20th St W, Saskatoon, SK S7M 0X2 • More info

Opens Thursday 11:00 AM

  • Korean Fried Chicken

    • Original Fried Chicken

      Original Crispy fried chicken
      $23.00
    • Half + Half Fried Chicken

      Half original crispy Half sweet + spicy
      $25.00
    • Sweet + Spicy Fried Chicken

      Crispy fried chicken covered in our sweet and spicy sauce
      $25.00
    • Pickled Radishes

      crunchy pickled radishes that are perfect for pairing with KFC
      $2.00
    • Sweet + Spicy Sauce

      Extra sauce on the side
      $2.00
  • New Menu

    • Gukbap

      Pork soup with rice.
      $15.00
    • Kanpoonggi

      Deep-fried chicken is spicy garlic sauce.
      $20.00
    • Tangsooyuk

      Deep-fried sweet and sour chicken.
      $20.00
    • Dongas

      Pork cutlet.
      $15.00
    • Jajangmyeon

      Black bean sauce noodle.
      $10.00
    • Jampong

      Spicy seafood noodle.
      $13.00
    • Yachae Bokkeumbap

      Vegetable Fried Rice
      $10.00
  • Korean Pancake (Jeon)

    Jeon can be made from a multitude of ingredients, which can change each jeon's texture and flavour completely. Similar yet different from the Western pancake, they are meant to be savory appetizer before a meal or a light snack.

    • Gamja Jeon

      Potato pancake. Jeon made with ground potatoes. Served with a traditional dipping sauce called choganjang, made of soy sauce, and vinegar.
      $13.00
    • Kimchi Jeon

      Kimchi pancake. Jeon made with chopped kimchi. Served with choganjang.
      $13.00
    • Haemul Pajeon

      Seafood and green onions pancake. Jeon made with green onions and a variety of seafood including shrimp, squid, cuttlefish, and muscle. This particular jeon has an omelettey texture from the eggs. Served with choganjang.
      $15.00
  • Stew (Jjigae )

    Jjigae is almost always found on a table at a Korean meal. Categorized according to the principal ingredient such as kimchi, doenjang or seafood, each jjigae is made with a variety of vegetables and meat. Served boiling hot in a stonepot, it keeps the jigae hot for a much longer duration.

    • Doenjang Jjigae

      Soybean paste stew. Made with traditional fermented soybean paste called doenjang and it is one of the most popular variations of jjigae in Korea. Served with rice and side dishes.
      $8.00
    • Kimchi Jjigae

      Kimchi stew. Zesty jjigae made with well-riped kimchi, pork, tofu, and other vegetables. Another favorite among a typical Korean meal. Served with rice and side dishes.
      $8.00
    • Sundubu Jjigae

      Soft tofu stew. Spicy jjigae made with soft tofu and various seafood topped with an egg. Served with rice and side dishes.
      $10.00
    • Budae Jjigae (Serves 2-3)

      Spicy sausage stew. Spicy jjigae made with sausage, ham, pork, tofu, kimchi, and noodles. This jjigae is served in a hot pot with a burner to keep it boiling. Served with rice and side dishes.
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      $30.00
    • Budae Jjigae (Serves 4-5)

      Spicy sausage stew. Spicy jjigae made with sausage, ham, pork, tofu, kimchi, and noodles. This jjigae is served in a hot pot with a burner to keep it boiling. Served with rice and side dishes.
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      $40.00
  • Rice Dish (Bap)

    Literally meaning fried rice, bokeumbap can be made from a variety of ingredients, the most popular being the kimchi; Bibimbap is a signature and authentic Korean dish consisting of rice topped with various cooked vegetables, which are all to be mixed with the spicy Gochujang (chili paste).

    • Kimchi Bokkeumbap

      Kimchi fried rice. Fried rice made with chopped kimchi in a piping hot stone pot. served with side dishes.
      $10.00
    • Bibimbab

      Mixed rice. Rice topped with various cooked vegetables such as zucchini, mushrooms, beansprouts, carrots, spinach, and ground beef. This is all to be mixed thoroughly with gochujang and a spicy chili paste. Served with side dishes and gochujang on the side.
      $10.00
    • Dolsot Bibimbab

      Stone pot bibimbap. A popular variation of bibimbap, it is served in a piping hot stone pot, which not only keeps the bibimbap hot for the entire meal, and but also turns the rice at the bottom crispy. Served with side dishes and gochujang on the side.
      $12.00
  • Stew (Jeongol / Tang)

    Jeongol and tang are similar to jjigae and the Western stew. It originated from soldiers cooking in their iron hamlets due to the lack of cooking utensils given the circumstance. In the Joseon era, jeongol was served to the upper-class citizens contrary to the jjigae.

    • Tukbaegi Bulgogi

      Bulgogi stew in a stone pot. Bulgogi (marinated beef) cooked with vegetables and clear sweet potato noodles. Served in a stone pot with rice and side dishes.
      $15.00
    • Tukbaegi Gamjatang

      Pork neckbone stew in a stone pot. A spicy tang made with pork neckbone and vegetables. Served in a stone pot with rice and side dishes.
      $15.00
    • Galbitang

      Beef short rib soup. A clear and hearty soup made from slowly simmering short ribs for a long time. Also consists of clear noodles and egg strips. Served in a stone pot with rice, rib sauce, and side dishes.
      $15.00
    • Yukgaejang

      Spicy beef stew. Spicy soup made with shredded beef, bean sprouts, brackens, and other vegetables. Served in a stone pot with rice and side dishes.
      $15.00
    • Bulgogi Jeongol (Serves 2-3)

      Bulgogi stew. Jeongol made with bulgogi (marinated beef), various vegetables, and clear noodles. This jeongol is served in a hot pot with a burner to keep it boiling. Served with rice and side dishes.
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      $30.00
    • Bulgogi Jeongol (Serves 4-5)

      Bulgogi stew. Jeongol made with bulgogi (marinated beef), various vegetables, and clear noodles. This jeongol is served in a hot pot with a burner to keep it boiling. Served with rice and side dishes.
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      $40.00
    • Beoseot Jeongol (Serves 2-3)

      Mushroom stew. Jeongol made with a variety of mushrooms, bulgogi (marinated beef) and vegetables. This jeongol is served in a hot pot with a burner to keep it boiling. Served with rice and side dishes.
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      $30.00
    • Beoseot Jeongol (Serves 4-5)

      Mushroom stew. Jeongol made with a variety of mushrooms, bulgogi (marinated beef), and vegetables. This jeongol is served in a hot pot with a burner to keep it boiling. Served with rice and side dishes.
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      $40.00
    • Gamjatang (Serves 2-3)

      Pork neckbone stew. A spicy tang made with pork neckbone and vegetables. This tang is served in a hot pot with a burner to keep it boiling. Served with rice and side dishes.
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      $30.00
    • Gamjatang (Serves 4-5)

      Pork neckbone stew. A spicy tang made with pork neckbone and vegetables. This tang is served in a hot pot with a burner to keep it boiling. Served with rice and side dishes.
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      $40.00
  • Korean BBQ and Stirfry (Galbi / Gogi)

    Galbi translates to "ribs"in English and it generally refers to the marinated beef or pork ribs. Gogi translates to "Meat" and is a general umbrella term for all meat dish in Korean. Most of these dishes are to be cooked on the table top grill for a unique dining experience. The stirfry dishes are served on a sizzling stone plate to keep the dish hot for a longer period of time.

    • Samgyeopsal

      Pork belly. The most popular cut of pork among Koreans, samgyeopsal is similar to uncured bacon, and consisting of thick slices of fatty pork. Grilled right at the table on the built-in grill. Served with rice, side dishes, dipping sauce, and lettuce for a wrap.
      $15.00
    • Dwaeji Galbi

      Pork ribs. Pork ribs marinated in a sweet ganjang (soy sauce)-based sauce. Grilled right at the table on the built-in grill. Served with rice, side dishes, rib sauce, and lettuce for a wrap.
      $15.00
    • So Galbi

      Beef ribs. Beef shortribs lightly marinated in a ganjang (soy sauce) based sauce. Grilled right at the table on the built-in grill. Served with rice, side dishes, rib sauce, and lettuce for a wrap.
      $20.00
    • Jeyuk Bokkeum

      Stirfried pork. Spicy stir-fried pork with onions, cabbage, green onions, and served on a sizzling stone plate. Served with rice and side dishes.
      $20.00
    • Bulgogi

      Stirfried beef. Stirfried beef, vegetables marinated in ganjang based sauce, and served on a sizzling stone plate. Served with rice and side dishes.
      $20.00
    • Dakgalbi (Serves 2)

      Stir-fried chicken. Stirfried chicken, vegetables, and rice cakes marinated in Korean chili paste-based sauce. Serves two. This dish is grilled right at the table-top grill. Served with rice and side dishes.
      $30.00
  • Miscellaneous

    • Japchae

      Strfried sweet potato noodles. Sweet potato noodles stirfried in sesame oil and Korean soy sauce along with various vegetables.
      $20.00
    • Tteokbokki

      Spicy rice cake. Popular Korean snack dish made from soft and chewy rice cakes prepared with sweet and spicy chili sauce. Made with flat fishcakes and various vegetables.
      $15.00
    • Patbingsu

      Shaved ice dessert. Korean dessert menu which originally started off as simple ice shavings mixed with sweet red (adzuki) beans. Now, the flavored shaved ice is topped with ice cream, strawberries, kiwis, and other fruit cocktails all to be mixed together to create the popular dessert item.
      $5.00
    • Kimchi Small

      Fermented cabbage. An indispensable Korean side dish made from Korean cabbage and which is then fermented to perfection.
      $8.00
    • Kimchi Large

      Fermented cabbage. An indispensable Korean side dish made from Korean cabbage and which is then fermented to perfection.
      $15.00
    • Sujeonggwa

      Cinnamon drink. Traditional Korean beverages made from fresh Cinnamon sticks and ginger for deep flavor. The extract is mixed with shaved ice to create a cold slush of Cinnamon goodness.
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      $2.50
  • Side Dishes

    • Side of Rice

      A side of steamed white rice.
      $1.00
    • Side of Mashed Potatoes

      A side of light, whipped potatoes.
      $1.00
    • Side of Beansprouts

      A side of crunchy, healthy beansprouts to go with your food.
      $1.00
    • Side of Kimchi

      A side of spicy pickled cabbage.
      $1.00
    • Side of Yellow Radish

      Pickled daikon radish is said to aid digestion.
      $1.00
    • Extra Hot Sauce

      $1.00
    • Extra Sesame Sauce

      $1.00
    • Extra Ssamjang (Samgyupsal) Sauce

      $1.00
    • Extra Onion (Pork Ribs) Sauce

      $1.00
    • Extra Fried Egg

      $1.00
  • Beverages

    • Orange Juice (450 ml)

      Add a healthier bottle of juice to go with your food.
      $3.00
    • Apple Juice (450 ml)

      Add a healthier bottle of juice to go with your food.
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      $3.00
    • Can of Coke (355 ml)

      $2.00
    • Can of Diet Coke (355 ml)

      $2.00
    • Can of Coke Zero (355 ml)

      $2.00
    • Can of Fanta (355 ml)

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      $2.00
    • Can of Iced Tea (355 ml)

      $2.00
    • Can of Ginger Ale (355 ml)

      $2.00
    • Can of Root Beer (355 ml)

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      $2.00