A nice and clean place with great tea and tacos. We had a sort time for lunch and this was a perfect location.
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Had a bibimbap - which was the least bibimbap food I have ever had! The food wasn't bad, just not what I expected. And maybe this is something that doesn't translate between Europe and America, but the dumplings were actually gyoza and not steamed buns...More
Everything we ate here had a lot of flavor! We had crispy chicken tacos ($3.15), grilled shrimp tacos ($3.45), and beef tacos ($3.45). We also had Korean salad and dumplings. We loved the food and service was great. We will definitely eat here again.
Very friendly staff. Limited seating for dine in. Good Korean fusion food at a decent price. Nice change for lunch.
I went there with a korean friend who recommended the place, it was my first time experimenting this cousine and I really enjoyed, it is delicious and it is healthy! Good price also!
The chef has done a spectacular job coming up with a new mix on Korean food that is savory, delicious and affordable. Whenever I go to Atlanta, I make sure to get a couple of lunches in at Blossom Tree. The service is quick, easy...More
Good for a quick bite. Kimchi was good as were the dumplings and crispy curry chicken. The beef, kimchi rice, and tofu were underwhelming.
Don't go expecting authentic Korean food, but definitely authentic Korean flavors. The staff was very friendly. The barley tea is complimentary and delicious. We shared a bibimbap and 3 tacos. Each came with 2 sides and we had plenty of food left over. My mother,...More
This restaurant near GSU is really good - Korean tacos, bimbibop, etc. and good sides like kimchi and corn salad. The only "problem" with it is it is so busy I can be hard to eat in!
For TripAdvisor's question, "Is this one of the best meals you've ever had in a restaurant?", I selected No but my response should not be taken negatively. The food is very good. I went there for the first time today after someone mentioned it to...More