Some of you might know I love Korean food. If I ever had to choose my Henkersmahlzeit (last meal), it would be Korean.
My favorite Korean restaurant is Seoul Restaurant at Hohemarkstraße 194 in 61440 Oberursel. It serves very good food, is in walking distance, and I find the service excellent. Being Korean style service, the lunch menu usually gets served within ten minutes. Or even less.
Some of the Mittagstisch (lunch specials) prices have gone up from euro 10 to euro 12, but you do get a lot for your money.
My favorite dishes are red and spicy:
Kimsambok (listed as gebr. Kimchi Schweinefleisch),
Yugkejang (listed as: scharf Rindstreifensuppe) and
Kimchijikae (Kimchi Suppe)
The lunch menu was initially only in Korean, but now they’ve added German (which needs improvement), and Chinese.
This photo shows Kimsambok in the foreground and a Fried Rice Omelette with seafood (listed as gebr. Meeresfrüchte), which is the big yellowish dish on the left. All lunches come with side dishes. The photo was taken a while back, since then even the plates have changed.
Koreans generally do not tip the service staff, but I always do. I used to be a waitress in my younger days, and so I do appreciate their hard work. And they do smile, when they see me.