Seoulite’s Owners Rebuild With Authentic Korean Food
By FRAN SCHUMER
The eight small dishes and condiments served at the beginning of each meal at Seoulite’s are so full of interesting textures and flavors that they are reason enough to eat at this Korean restaurant in Berkeley Heights, one of the few in the area.
“What fun,” my dining companion said, dipping her chopsticks into the mix of alternately sweet, sour and sometimes arrestingly spicy dishes. In the latter category were the house-made kimchi and pickled cucumbers; more ethereal were the lightly sweetened chunks of white potatoes and the equally delicate bean sprouts that were blanched and then lightly glazed with sesame oil.