Brooklyn >Food & Dining > Soju
145 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY | Directions 1120140.690628 -73.995211
Neighborhoods: Brooklyn Heights
Banana custard on my mine :) – So my boyfriend & I finally went to Soju after walking by it almost everyday. Boy were we sure glad we did. He ate the happy family I ate the shrimp (the server's suggestion). The drinks were too easy to drink, the food was amazing and the service was friendly. Best part was the banana custard with coconut. I could eat 10 of them!
Yummy food & service – Went in on a whim last tuesday. The cute long brown haired waitress was helpful and recommended that I try the sojuitos. Having never tried soju before I was impressed. I then tried homemade dumplings & the waitress brought me several homemade sauces (try the sweet one). For dinner I ate lettuce wraps that came with different grilled meats and condiments for me to customize. My friend ate soup that was so fresh the broth was poured onto the soup in front of us. After stuffing ourselves with the best meal in months our server suggested dessert. We shared a bannana, coconut custard thingy & were in heaven. Everything from the drinks to the food to the service was phenomenal.The people knew how to treat their guests and the ambience was calming (candle light). Before leaving the server gave us takeout menus. Did I mention she was hot?
Pan-Asian fare on Brooklyn's Atlantic Avenue. – In Short
This Brooklyn Heights restaurant serves its own takes on classic Americanized Asian dishes such as the Pu Pu Platter, Happy Family and General Tso's Distant Cousin. Noodle soups, kim chi, and vegetarian entrees are also available. A warm red tone dominates the interior, with sit-down tables and bar seating, and upbeat, lounge-y music plays to a local crowd. Specialty cocktails made with the Asian liquor Soju are on the menu, plus several Asian beers.
Outstanding Restaurant and Bar – The place is hip, the food was a balanced fusion of Korean, Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese ingredients, and they had flights of Soju and Sake. The specialty drinks were great too. I had the homemade Kimchi and sauces and I was in heaven with all the new flavors I was experiencing. I felt like I was in a cool place in Asia.
Soju soooo Good! – Soju is a wonderful addition to the neighborhood. The food is soooo tasty! I have eaten there a few times and have not been disappointed. The service is friendly, comfortable atmosphere. Once you have been there you will go back again and again. The owners Joe and chef Diane make you feel at home. This place has a wonderful warm neighborhood feel and the food is amazing!
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