With a significant percentage of the state’s Korean-American population, about 41% in 2010 per the Gwinnett Daily Post
, it should be no surprise that Gwinnett County’s Korean food scene is, bar none, one of the most diverse and exciting in all of Georgia. With options for authentic traditional Korean fare, the ever-popular Korean BBQ, comfort and snack foods, and innovative Korean fusion, you can satisfy any craving for the bright, spicy, and warming flavors of this wonderful cuisine all throughout Gwinnett County. And, in addition to our existing neighborhoods
which give you full access to all the great food in Gwinnett County, we’d like to explore the special location of one upcoming townhome neighborhood from The Providence Group: Millcroft in Sugar Hill
Must-Try Korean Restaurants in Gwinnett
First, you can’t talk about Korean food in Gwinnett without talking about the incredible restaurants you’ll find here. Harue Korean Chicken Snack Bar
is a great first entry, with a variety of small plates to explore and curated combos to provide a satisfying visit every time. Their specialty? Unbelievable Korean fried chicken, of course. For an even warmer experience, 678 Korean BBQ
will give you the famed KBBQ atmosphere you’re craving; serving fresh meats and featuring hot grills set into the tables. And, for something sweet - or just a nice light lunch - Tree Story is a highly-rated bakery and cafe
with Korean baked goods, sweets, coffee, and sandwiches. This is just a taste of the Korean restaurants you’ll find all over Gwinnett, and even the most traditional Korean fare is easy to come by all throughout the area.
Cooking Korean Cuisine at Home in Millcroft
You’ll be able to warm your home with the flavors of Korean food any time in Millcroft
, thanks to this townhome neighborhood’s prime location near Suwanee’s HMart grocery store
. This international supermarket has everything you need to conduct your own culinary exploration into Korean cooking, including ingredients, specialty cookware, and made-to-order foods to supplement your home menu. Bringing back bags full of just the right ingredients for your authentic recipes will be as easy as a trip down the street.
A Gwinnett Foodie’s Dream Tour
And that’s not all - for the easiest tour through all the best Korean food stops near your new home, don’t miss the Seoul of the South Food Tour
. The tour visits some of the best Korean restaurants in the area, with plenty of information in between from your guide, Gwinnett resident Sarah Park. It’s a wonderful once-yearly treat for visitors and residents in spring or early summer - and space can be limited! 2022 tickets and dates are forthcoming, visit Explore Gwinnett to learn more
Coming Home to a Life of Exploration