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Old 03-28-2014, 10:30 AM
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Seoul Gardens began their run at the location of The Pines old restaurant, and moved from there several years ago out to Missouri Avenue.

Since we also stick with what we like, once we tried Seoul Gardens and liked it better than Mizekis or anyone else who purports to serve sushi - we stuck with them, although as previously stated, we are not the most regular customers, since we rarely come to town.

Not all Asian restaurants serve sushi of any kind except possibly a few dried up slices of store-bought california roll. Since Seoul Gardens was very good, albeit a little pricey, we took all friends/family visitors there, some of whom had actually lived in the Orient & knew what Japanese as well as Korean food is supposed to be and how it is served; all pronounced it authentic and delicious.

I guess my question now is: are they gone forever, or have they just moved again, and if so - where can they be found? I'm not the one who got out to read the sign on the door, but that one relayed the message that it was not redirection to a new location for the restaurant, but only to an agent of some sort for anyone wanting to lease the property.
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Old 03-28-2014, 10:38 AM
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Seoul Gardens began their run at the location of The Pines old restaurant, and moved from there several years ago out to Missouri Avenue.

Since we also stick with what we like, once we tried Seoul Gardens and liked it better than Mizekis or anyone else who purports to serve sushi - we stuck with them, although as previously stated, we are not the most regular customers, since we rarely come to town.

Not all Asian restaurants serve sushi of any kind except possibly a few dried up slices of store-bought california roll. Since Seoul Gardens was very good, albeit a little pricey, we took all friends/family visitors there, some of whom had actually lived in the Orient & knew what Japanese as well as Korean food is supposed to be and how it is served; all pronounced it authentic and delicious.

I guess my question now is: are they gone forever, or have they just moved again, and if so - where can they be found? I'm not the one who got out to read the sign on the door, but that one relayed the message that it was not redirection to a new location for the restaurant, but only to an agent of some sort for anyone wanting to lease the property.
I haven't heard of them re-opening, Shanny. The Oriental restaurant that I hear the most positive buzz from now is Cafe Korea, by Alarmco, on the old VFW Circle.
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Old 03-28-2014, 10:46 AM
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sorry Shanny, I'm not a big sushi guy. I've never even looked for it on a menu so I don't know any restaurants that have it... but rest assured if I see any from now on i'll let ya know
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