The Hudson Valley is in luck as a popular and well-reviewed Dutchess County Korean restaurant has reopened across the river.

After five years on Main Street in Beacon, Seoul Kitchen closed down on March 31. On Dec. 13, Seoul Kitchen opened up at its new location at 71 Liberty Street in Newburgh, an up-and-coming area in the City of Newburgh and just a stone’s throw away from Washington’s Headquarters.

The Korean eatery wrote on their Facebook that the restaurant, “prides itself on creating homemade Korean dishes and kimchi, made with all natural ingredients.”

The most popular items are the Bibimbap, six vegetables over rice with red pepper paste; Soonduboo, spicy tofu; and Chapchae, sweet potato noodles.

The restaurant is getting rave reviews on Facebook, with 4.9 stars out of 5.

“Fantastic. We are so lucky to have a restaurant like this, David Cohen wrote on Facebook. “This is comfort food from another continent, so good!”

“We went for a great lunch, the food was tasty,” Cathy Reussener Konno added in her review. “We will be back, highly recommended! A great addition to Newburgh.”

Have you tried this place at its old location or new? Do you want to give it a try? Let us know on our Facebook page or the comments below.

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