The popular Korean food truck will occupy its first brick-and-mortar location in the former Global Café space.
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The Korean food truck owners will open their first restaurant in Wheaton, according to Washingtonian.
Out with the Jollof rice, in with the bibimbap. An Arlington-based food truck, Seoul Food, will soon find a home at the corner of University Boulevard and Georgia Avenue in Wheaton, Washingtonian reported earlier this week. The restaurant space, which is attached to an Exxon station at the busy intersection in downtown Wheaton, was formerly home to Global Cafe African Grill. Owners Hyun Shil and Jon Goree estimate a March or April opening date, according to Washingtonian. Read the full story at the Washingtonian web site.