Experience the taste of Korean cuisine at Sung Korean Bistro. Its white and dark-brown wood interior with red d�cor elements creates the ambience of a traditional upscale Asian restaurant. For a more authentic experience, guests can choose to be seated at low tables on zaisu, Asian chairs with no legs.
Its menu features vegetable soup with egg and sweet potato noodles and steamed tofu and vegetable dumplings, as well as steamed soybeans, deep-fried squid and other appetizers. Patrons can further savor main entr�es such as brown soybean paste stew with beef, tofu and vegetables, bibimbab or a variety of bulgogi. Visitors can complete the meal with Sung Korean Bistro�s desserts that range from green tea or vanilla ice cream to cheesecake and sweetened red beans with ice cream and fruit.
Had a very pleasant experience. Food and service were both very good. If possible, would recommend the bbq tables, as it adds to both the enjoyment and authenticity of the meal. Do allow plenty of time to dine if at the bbq, the meats will come out sequentially in order for the grill beds to be switched out.
One of our absolute favorite restaurants in Cincinnati, Sung offers a wide variety of Korean dishes paired superbly with some of other Asian style yummy stuff. An absolute delight in regards to the palate, it also brings a superb ambiance with a very nice and eclectic taste in the background music choice. Greatly recommended.
We enjoy having dinner at Sung before walking one block to the Shakespeare theater.
The bowls are always good and this time I tried the baby back ribs-so good, tender and sauce was fabulous. The pineapple parfait was nothing more than super sweet canned pineapple with Redi-whip topped with toasted coconut-not worth $8. My friend had the green tea ice cream and said it was a nice, not-to-sweet note to end the meal on.
I have to say that the service was great but we did think that the price of the food was a little high. The squid was a little too chewy, also.
Whenever we are downtown we eat here, love the food and the friendly staff
Really good food. Impeccable service. Will go again!
The food at sung is great, we got 3-4 appetizers as our meal. The stone bowls are great too though. Our server wasn't very attentive and seemed fairly untrained in table service etiquette, I've served in fine dining before so I have a good perspective on that aspect of things. It's possible he was new.
Would go again but would request an alt. server.
One of the best Korean restaurants in Cincinnati!
I took a friend who had never eaten Korean before (I've eaten it too many times to count!), so I recommended dishes for him that were more familiar to Americans. We were not disappointed! The food was excellent as was the service and the atmosphere. We will return.
Love their bi bim bap stone bowl! And the service is great as well.
I love the Bibimbab dishes at Sung. I'm very pleased that the menu has been redone recently and that there are a lot more vegetarian options.
My husband and I went there for lunch with two of our adult children. The food and the service were very good. This is a nice sitdown restaurant with prices comparable to Brio's and Palomino's.
The staff and food are superb. It's clearly the best Korean restaurant in the greater Cincinnati area!!!
Great place to have dinner before catching a show at the Skakespeare Theatre. Very convenient and great food.
Good food, clean environment, nice ambience.
Only negative is prices could be more competitive.
The food as always it was very good.
Portions were plenty and it was brought out to the table fairly quick
The seafood pancakes and bibimbap were amazing! I'm a huge fan of Bloody Mary's and highly recommend the Kimchi Bloody Mary. The food was wonderful and service was great!
Exceptional food, service and ambiance. Recommend it highly.
The staff and owner were incredible kind and attentive. The food was amazing! Our large party got a variety of meals and everyone loved what they ordered. A wide variety for meat lovers and vegetarians.
My husband and I really enjoy this restaurant and lucky that it's right around the corner from a local theater. We shared a wonderful traditional Korean roll - Gimbab and Dolsat Bibimbab - a sizzling bowl with rice, veggies, chili paste - mine with tofu and his with chicken. Definitely recommend