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New Korean restaurant Ybor Seoul is now open

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 New Korean restaurant Ybor Seoul is now open

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click to enlarge Kyla Fields Location Details Ybor Seoul 1531 E 7th Ave., Ybor City Ybor City 1 article You may soon walk down 7th Avenue and pass someone chowing down on a Korean corn dog, but you won't need to ask them where they got it either because there’s only one restaurant in the historic district that sells them.Sandwiched between 7-Eleven and King Corona Cigars in the heart of Ybor City is newly-opened Korean restaurant Ybor Seoul.The casual eatery, located at 1531 E 7th Ave, quietly opened its doors last weekend on Saturday, Aug.

26.The new concept’s menu specializes in popular Korean fare—from street food-inspired bites like cheese and sausage-filled corn dogs and grilled skewers to everyday eats like kimbap (rice, veggies, protein and rice wrapped in seaweed), spicy rice cakes, dumplings, chicken wings and a variety of hearty soups.To wash it all down, you can indulge in milk and fruit teas, smoothies or coffee topped with your choice of boba or flavored jelly.The Korean restaurant offers both dine-in and take-out service, but probably won't be on any delivery apps like Uber Eats and Grubhub, according to one of its employees.Ybor Seoul is not a typical, full-service restaurant with waiters.

Instead, customers order on Wawa-style touch screens before the food is brought out by an employee. Its dining room boasts about 20 seats, a standing bar for on-the-go bar hoppers and two TVs playing non-stop K-pop music videos.Ybor Seoul is now open from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 11 a.m.-midnight Fridays and Saturdays.Currently, there is no website or social media pages for the new Korean restaurant, so you’ll have to call (813)-248-0788 or stop into the Ybor City concept for more information on its street food-inspired menu.An employee tells Creative Loafing Tampa Bay that a website, Instagram and Facebook page for Ybor Seoul are on the way.

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