Korean Gardens features a menu of Korean and Japanese cuisine for lunch and dinner.
We love Korean Garden's food! It is some of the best sushi you will ever eat and the Korean food like the noodles are phenomenal too. Service is just not good. I think the owners have changed over the last few months but service has not changed. It used to be that service was non-existant unless the owner was there, then the girls would suddenly get to work, and the owner was great, always making sure things were OK, but the last few times service has gone back to being non-existant so I'm not sure if the owner really did change or if he just hasn't been there lately so the service is gone again. Worth a try if you're looking for a good meal and good sushi, but expect to be there a while and to have to flag down a server several times if you need anything.
After reading some of the negative reviews we were hesitant to visit the Korean Gardens restaurant. In fact, we first tried to find a Korean restaurant downtown instead based on those reviews. Luckily that restaurant was no longer in business and a hunger for Korean food drove us to the Korean Garden.
Contrary to what others have experienced, the waitresses were prompt, yet patient, as we navigated the menu looking for dishes similar to those we were familiar with from other Korean restaurants. Once ordered, food began arriving quickly. The food tasted great, and the size of the dishes was average for this type of cuisine. All through the meal the service remained superb. It's a rare restaurant where the staff will go out of their way to make a two year old, our son n this case, feel at home.
The food tends to be consistent, but the service is often sluggish. Atmosphere inside is a bit outdated feeling but at least most of the seating isn't too crammed together, so it can be cozy. There's a sushi bar there with some interesting looking platters that I'm unfortunately unable to eat. Korean Gardens is fairly average.