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  • Suji's
  • Published on: October 17, 2010
  • Last modified: November 10, 2015
  • Ambience
    Editor: 70%
  • Food
    Editor: 80%
  • Service
    Editor: 75%
  • Value
    Editor: 60%

Review Summary:

The "Queen of Brunch," Suji's is credited for starting Korea's brunch trend. The Eggs Benedict is divine and so are the pancakes. Even though brunch is their specialty, Suji's has some homestyle American meals. The meatloaf is pricey, but the buzz has been good. The Cobb Salad is smothered in bacon and eggs. And the deli sandwiches are a must-have. Try the Reuben. Try two. You would not be disappointed. The only issues are with the cocktail bar and quality control in the kitchen. Tonics can be flat, and some cocktails come out far different than their traditional recipes. These are minor issues that can easily be worked out and are just inconsistencies. Suji's is still a great place for brunch and a pastrami on rye. NOTE: Suji's also have delis, but they are outside the scope of this review.

Location: Itaewon
Cuisine: American, Brunch
Reservations: Accepted
Suggested Items: Eggs Benedict, Reuben, Pastrami Sandwich, Pancakes

Other Amenities: English menus, English spoken, rooftop dining (in season)

Phone: 02-797-3698


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