Soedulnyuk is popular. When I was entering this restaurant a party of 30 left. It wasn’t hard to get in, but once in, it was something of a Hotel California of food. The restaurant was slammed the day I arrived. You could see the worry and anxiety on the faces of staff, their body language radiated the effort it took to keep up with the crowd. This success has come at a price to customers though. The signs for “all you can eat” showed a price increase, to $11.99 and $16.99 respectively, and the wait before anyone would take orders was very long.

Yuk Gae Jang; sorry for the fuzzy photo.

Food was long in coming after the order. I was worried I might have to drop reviewing the restaurant altogether because of the waits when finally, food arrived, along with banchan.

The soup was good; beef and leek complemented each other well. The bowl was as big as my head. Banchan were plentiful. This is an easy, safe meal for me to eat these days, very little worry about the ravages of diabetes. Once finished though, there was that long interminable wait until the check was picked up.

Verdict: Good food. Overwhelmed by their success, so don’t expect much attention from staff. Recommended, assuming they fix their staff issues.

2790 Lawrenceville Suwanee Road, Suite 165
Suwanee, GA 30024
(678) 394-5190

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