Seoul Gom Tang

Korean
$ $
3801 Telegraph Ave (W. Macarthur Blvd.)
Oakland, CA 94609
(510) 597-9989
Monday
9:00am - 11:00pm
Tuesday
9:00am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
9:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday
9:00am - 11:00pm
Friday
9:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday
7:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday
7:00am - 11:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • The dumplings are heavenly.
  • The gom tang is the best Ive had in the Bay Area!
  • Very delicious
  • Good naengmyeon - authentic Korean cooking
  • Super authentic!
  • Soups are so tasty! Side dishes are limited. They offer spicy cucumbers, kimchi and pickled radish
  • A wide variety of cuts for gom tang! Ox tail is a good first choice!
  • Feels like a home-cooked meal, and the staff is so kind! The seafood pancake is a great option, and I like the dol sot bi bim bap vegetarian.
  • The stewed bone stew is the dish to get!
  • New favorite neighborhood Korean restaurant. The seafood pancake is the best here!! I also love the ox knee soup.
  • delicious, authentic food all across the board. the bone broth soups were fantastic.
  • Dumplings go well with their super fast wifi.
  • Great traditional gomtong! Try the oxtail or beef if you are new. Customize your soup with the different spices and green onion on the side. Might as well have an order of seafood pancake!
  • It used to be better. I loved Kimchee Beansprout soup but either the owner or chef must have changed and it tastes like instant noodle soup now. Other dishes didn't seemed to have changed tho.
  • My current favorite in KoNo. Home style cooking that's delicious and not overspiced. The dol sat bibimbap is classic and absolutely packed -- I rarely finish the whole thing.
  • Definitely get the (mixed)
  • Summertime means Naeng Myun (only available after May and after Noon $9.95). They don't offer any ban chan except kimchi but its pretty good. Decor/atmosphere is lacking but overall a good value.
  • Try the bibim naengmyeon, coated in a crimson sweet-and-spicy chili paste and topped with strips of zucchini and beef
  • Bibim Naengmyeon is on the list of 21 best noodle bowls by San Francisco Magazine
  • For those who can't read Korean: there are signs that say they don't serve cold noodles in the winter months. If your heart is set on it, come back in May

Nearby places

2370 Telegraph Ave (24th St)
4226 Piedmont Ave (at Entrada Ave)
1555 40th St (at Horton St)