Now that spinach has been deemed a performance-enhancing vegetable, Popeye's future shortstop career hinges on his transition to kimchi. Get a sailor's worth of energizing Korean cuisine with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of authentic Korean fare at Korean Restaurant Sobahn in Overland Park.
Featured on NBC Action News, Korean Restaurant Sobahn crafts authentic Korean cuisine that recalls the ancestral homeland of the owner-and-manager. The menu, updated regularly to reflect Korea's changing culinary trends, boasts savory options ranging from meats and seafood to stews. Within a hot stone bowl of dolsot bibimbap, rice nestles snugly betwixt hearty beef and vegetables, and the entire creation rests under a jaunty fried egg given to the restaurant at a baseball stadium's fan appreciation day ($12.99). Tear into thinly sliced beef bulgogi ($12.99) or the jaeyuk bokkeum's pork soaked in a spicy marinade ($12.99). Every entree can accompany a collection of banchan, a set of about five complimentary side dishes that enhance the flavor of the table's meals. While the banchan has been known to shift daily, like a greased sunrise, past dishes include zucchini, seasoned seaweed, tempura fish cakes, and spicy kimchi, which is made fresh daily.
Korean Restaurant Sobahn's dining room showcases vibrantly painted walls, delicate plants, and a collection of Korean knickknacks. All meals arrive in sleek ivory-toned dishes that cradle their spicy freight like overly starched cargo shorts, while diners repose around warm wooden furniture built by the owner's family member.
7800 Shawnee Mission Pkwy.
Overland Park, Kansas 66202