You already know there are literally hundreds of Korean restaurants dotting Duluth. I’ve been to over 75 of them so far. This one’s on the far edge, on the corner of Pleasant Hill and Peachtree Industrial. It’s a true family operation: daughter is front of house, mom cooks, aunt serves. It sits in the plaza where Bank of America is, right before you hit Howell Ferry Road. I’m the worst with directions so just map it.
I’m so excited about this place because they have my favorite soup: yukgaejang. Not many places have this. In fact, I only know of maybe 6 of them. It’s a spicy beef soup with lots of shredded beef and
decorations veggies such as bean sprouts, gosari, scallions, leeks, taro stems, and noodles. The bright red color comes from the hot chili oil sauce made with gochugaru (chili powder). It’s a hearty soup and the version here is pretty good.
I like this place. I’m hoping it really makes it. The location is a bit secluded and the only thing good about it is that there’s a White Windmill in the same plaza. If you’re new to Korean cuisine, give this place a chance and get their bibimbap (rice bowl), galbi (grilled short ribs) and soondubu (soft tofu soup) — all introductory food. You won’t be sorry.
3585 Peachtree Industrial Blvd.,
Duluth, GA 30096