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By Adele Wong | November 3rd, 2015
  • Fast Food
  • Central, HK Island, SoHo
  • Address: UG/F, 66 Hollywood Road, Central
  • Website: http://www.seoul-bros.com/
  • Open Hours: Monday-Saturday, Lunch, Dinner
  • Capacity: 25
  • Open Since : October, 2015
  • Phone: 2793-5703
  • Rating: 5
  • Cuisine: Asian, Korean, Korean Fried Chicken
  • Ambience: Casual, Trendy

Korean Fast Food: The Koreans are seriously taking over this city, and fast food is part of the plan. Seoul Bros on Hollywood Road, for instance, puts a creative Korean spin on street foods and traditional staples.

Look & Feel: Casual, comfortable, with plenty of windows and bar stools for seats. You order at the counter and get your food delivered on cute wooden trays.

Seoul Bros
Seoul Bros

On the Menu: Banh mis and quesadillas are taken for a ride, stuffed with Korean Fried Chicken, tofu and other unconventional choices. Bibimbap is served in a paper bowl with scrambled eggs and ham on top.

Service: Order at the counter, and don’t expect any more service than that.

Jeng: We love the food here, from the crispy-sweet chicken banh mi ($48) to the strange and wonderful Hawaiian spam bibimbap ($48). Oh, and the prices make this joint one of the most attractive lunch options in SoHo.

Not So Jeng: We kind of wish we didn’t need to toss all of our tableware and utensils in the trash after our meal, but that’s one of the costs of fast food — even hipster fast food.

FYI: Need to kick it up a notch? Gochu jang is on hand: just ask the staff.

This writeup was based on an independent tasting. The Loop doesn’t guarantee/sell restaurant review coverage. See our editorial policy here.

  • By Adele Wong | November 3rd, 2015
    • Fast Food
    • Central, HK Island, SoHo
    • Address: UG/F,66 Hollywood Road,Central
    • Website: http://www.seoul-bros.com/
    • Open Hours: Monday-Saturday, Lunch, Dinner
    • Capacity: 25
    • Open Since: October 28th, 2023
    • Phone: 2793-5703
    • Rating: 5
    • Cuisine: Asian, Korean, Korean Fried Chicken
    • Ambience: Casual, Trendy

    Korean Fast Food: The Koreans are seriously taking over this city, and fast food is part of the plan. Seoul Bros on Hollywood Road, for instance, puts a creative Korean spin on street foods and traditional staples.

    Look & Feel: Casual, comfortable, with plenty of windows and bar stools for seats. You order at the counter and get your food delivered on cute wooden trays.

    Seoul Bros
    Seoul Bros

    On the Menu: Banh mis and quesadillas are taken for a ride, stuffed with Korean Fried Chicken, tofu and other unconventional choices. Bibimbap is served in a paper bowl with scrambled eggs and ham on top.

    Service: Order at the counter, and don’t expect any more service than that.

    Jeng: We love the food here, from the crispy-sweet chicken banh mi ($48) to the strange and wonderful Hawaiian spam bibimbap ($48). Oh, and the prices make this joint one of the most attractive lunch options in SoHo.

    Not So Jeng: We kind of wish we didn’t need to toss all of our tableware and utensils in the trash after our meal, but that’s one of the costs of fast food — even hipster fast food.

    FYI: Need to kick it up a notch? Gochu jang is on hand: just ask the staff.

    This writeup was based on an independent tasting. The Loop doesn’t guarantee/sell restaurant review coverage. See our editorial policy here.