We were looking for a place to eat lunch before our friend’s wedding and settled on Suda Restaurant, a Korean spot downtown. It’s located close by to the Safeway.
These signs made me laugh. Guess this is for the uninformed Korean passerby?
Couple pictures outside a few popular dishes.
We dropped in on a Saturday afternoon (around 12:15pm) but it wasn’t too busy. Seems there’s quite a few regulars. It’s run by a cute Korean couple. Our server was great and came by several times to refill waters.
The menu is split into appetizers, tempura, noodle soup, noodle, hot plate, ssamjeongsig, Korean pancake, rice dishes, lunch box (11:00am to 2:00pm only), rolls and dessert. The rolls are pretty random but apparently, the chef is certified in Korean and Japanese cuisine.
Spicy pork was solid.
The tempura was excellent; lightly fried and crunchy.
The rolls were surprisingly better than expected. The avocado was fresh and creamy and came with a good portion of crab.
The fried egg roll was also unexpectedly good. Clearly homemade and delicious.
Salad was simple, pretty standard fare.
The noodles themselves had a good bite and the bulgogi was flavourful although I found the sauce a tad too sweet.
Cute Korean spot in Vernon. Definitely check them out if you’re in town.
3415 – 30 Avenue