Seoul Recipe transforms Korean “fast food” into delicate and well-being-focused dishes by retaining the authentic flavors of Korean food. Using only 100% sesame oil, Pink Himalayan salt, and no added MSG nor preservatives, the food is made fresh in the kitchen daily. Seoul Recipe was founded in late 2017 with the aim to provide premium Korean catering services and gourmet food, offering a selection of exclusive Korean products including special Korean wine, Korean beef, and Korean desserts at food counters in Hong Kong’s biggest supermarkets. In September 2020, Seoul Recipe opened its first independent store located at Lower Staunton Street in the bustling Soho district. In addition to Korean gourmet retail products and dishes to-go, Seoul Recipe Soho offers food delivery services and catering solutions for private events and dinners.
While Seoul Recipe is known for their excellent Korean ingredients, there are certainly many parallels between Korean and American cuisines. Fried chicken, high-quality beef, and cheese are all things loved in both South Korea and the U.S. To celebrate Delicious USA 2021, Seoul Recipe is using superb U.S. Beef to create Korean barbecue favorites Galbi (grilled ribs) and Galbi-Jjim (braised short ribs).
Galbi with Vegetables
In the event of any discrepancy between the information on this website and the information provided by the restaurants, the latter prevails. Dish prices are subject to service charge wherever applicable.
Hours of operation
Sustainable Farming: Seafood The Delicious USA festival is back for its third year from July 1 to July 31, 2021! A range of diverse restaurants across Hong Kong will showcase creative dishes using the finest U.S. seafood. One of the most popular and famed American exports is American Lobster, also known as Maine Lobster. Maine Lobster is widely considered to…
Celebrate California Wine Month 2022 Enjoy great wines, music, workshops… and more! All in the California Wine Month throughout July 2022! The California Wine Month features events, promotions, and a special pop-up exhibition “Sips of Summer” showcasing the history of California wines from 1849 to the present. Visitors at the store will be able to go on guided tours for…