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Yet Tuh
Korean Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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3042 Oakcliff Rd Doraville, GA 30340
3042 Oakcliff RdUSGADoraville30340
(770) 454-9292
Korean RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Restaurant serving classic Korean meals, from banchan to bibimbop, in a straightforward setting.- Google
People talk about barley rice, banchan, korean, pancake and kimchi
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Kevin Cheng
reviewed a year ago
In a quest for galbi and kind of wanting to try something new, I found Yet Tuh. Thanks to mapping technology in 2012, there was a pin drop on the map at the corner of Oakcliff and Buford. Without it, I’m not sure I would have ever found this restaurant. I pulled off of Oakcliff and onto a path that wrapped down and around the back of this building. Drove by a Korean restaurant in the same plaza that had zero English on the sign except for “Korean Restaurant.” Using my strong logic skills, I deduced that it probably wasn’t Yet Tuh since the Korean letters were too long. Kept driving farther and found Yet Tuh tucked in the back corner (with English on the storefront!). I later found out from a friend that the first restaurant I drove by was Dong Neh Bang Neh. I’m always a little scared to try restaurants where there might be a significant language barrier and/or I can’t read the menu, but with English on the storefront, I was more at ease. Sure, everyone in the restaurant was Korean, but the menu had English descriptions and ordering was a breeze. We played it safe and went with bibimbap and the aforementioned galbi. The barley ice water and banchan came out very quickly. The banchan appeared and tasted fresh. The bibimbap also came out quickly with both warm rice and a cold bottle of the red sauce on the side. Definitely one of the better bibimbaps I’ve had around town. I know it’s ridiculous to pay $7 or $8 for an array of vegetables, rice and a little bit of meat, but I love bibimbap and it helped that this one was delicious. The galbi took longer, but still came out in a reasonable amount of time (also with a bowl of warm rice on the side). Sizzling, fatty, flavorful. Looking around at what true Koreans were eating, I couldn’t identify any particular dishes, but there seemed to be quite a few “hot pot” and soupy style dishes being shared by families. A few portable burners were the centerpieces of some other patrons’ tables. Might have to try some of those next time and skip the boring (but still good) bibimbap and galbi. The restaurant isn’t very large on the inside, but it’s comfortable and has a nice casual, homey feel. The bathroom was clean enough, but one weird thing is that the bathroom doors for both men and women don’t fully fill the frame. There’s a significant gap between the floor and the bottom of the door on both bathrooms. The TV high in the center of the room played some Korean soap while we dined. Couldn’t understand a word of the show, but the characters played some poker, realized something was stolen from some lab, fought in the same lab later as it burned down, witnessed some guy’s arm catch on fire...fascinating stuff. Overall, Yet Tuh was a good experience and I’ll definitely be back to try other things on the menu (probably accompanied by a Korean).
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