We wanted to celebrate Dary's milestone 21st birthday over some nice cocktails and dinner so we headed over to The Sunset Tiki Bar in Westford. Stupid us, we never made reservations and the wait would be over an hour and a half during prime dinner time. Since we were starving, we opted not to wait and check out other places nearby.
After a few google searches for "sushi", we found Seoul Kitchen a few miles away serving, "creative sushi, traditional Korean and craft cocktails." The restaurant was pretty busy when we arrived. Diners enjoyed the warm summer weather on the patio while imbibing pints of imported beers.
We were quickly seated in the restaurant by the sushi bar but it took a while for our server to come get our drink orders. Drinks prices weren't bad, a glass of wine was around $7.00 and large imported beers at $6.95 for a Sapporo.
We started off with lots of appetizers. The avocado ball served with tortilla chips was my favorite. It was a ball formed with avocado stuffed with tuna and drizzled with spicy mayo sauce and tobiko.
|Seoul Kitchen Avocado Ball $16.00|
The appetizer combo came with Korean dumplings, crab Rangoon and "Southeast Asian" wings. It was just Ok.
|Seoul Kitchen Appetizer combo $14.00|
|Wagyu Beef Croquettes $9.00|
If you like a little kick to your food, the Jalapeno bomb is recommended. It's tempura and flash fried with jalapeno and tuna and drizzled with sweet eel sauce.
|Small Jalapeno Bomb $8.00|
Pan-seared Korean style scallion pancake seafood $13.000
|Seoul Kitchen Westford Bibimbap $18.00|
|Spicy Pork Bulgogi $19.00|
|Japechae shrimp $16.00|
|Chocolate molten cake $7.00|
|Mango Mousse cake $7.00|
The restaurant was pretty good. I'd definitely be back and skip on a few appetizers. I think this place would be great for a girl's night out.
Our total for all the appetizers, entrees and drinks came to about $150.00 total (tip not included). I think that is pretty reasonable averaging less than $50.00 per person for upscale modern Asian food,.