Discover Restaurants offering the best Korean food in Concord, California, United States. Concord (/ˈkɒŋkɔːrd/ KONG-kord) is the largest city in Contra Costa County, California. At the 2010 census, the city had a population of 122,067 making it the 8th largest city in the San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in 1869 as the community of Todos Santos by Salvio Pacheco, the name was changed to Concord within months. The city is a major regional suburban East Bay center within the San Francisco Bay Area, and is 29 miles (47 kilometres) east of San Francisco.
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4 based on 20 reviews
Our initial impression was not good. The noise level from the overhead speakers made conversation virtually impossible. It took SEVERAL requests of the manager before the sound was reduced. Then, although we had a reservation for 10, we were advised that we couldn't be seated till 70% of our party was present, so they expected the six of of (only 60%) to stand around & wait till the 7th arrived. The shtick is: order as much food as you can eat in 2 hours; no limit other than four dishes at a time from the menu of 35 items. Not a good place for a vegetarian. Although the food was certainly plentiful, the meats were VERY fatty. The marinades were good. To their credit, they had a full house on a Thursday night. (Lots of BIG people.) My wife & I will not be back.
I was in Concord for work, decided to go to the Korean restaurant seoul jeung, only to find it gone and Ohgane in its place. What a step up in quality! I actually showed up opening day. The food excellent, the service awesome. This is a great place for dinner, I will be back.
4 based on 10 reviews
The Korean food at Seoul Jung in Concord, CA is excellent and much less expensive than flying to Korea to get it. The lunch options are many, but the lunch box offers a large, wonderful assortment of different foods, perhaps more than the average person can eat at one sitting. Typical side dishes (including great kimchi, soup, sprouts, and several others) accompany a compartmentalized box. For $8.95 you choose one from column A and one from column B, with rice and salad included in the box. Of course there are many other lunch possibilities, as well as the standard menu. There is also an AYCE (All You Can Eat) option for real Korean BBQ, which you cook at your table. For eaters with appetites, this is a good dinner choice. Good food at the right prices. Highly recommended.
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