Sobban Opening Soon in Old Kitsch’n 155 Space

Eater Atlanta reports that the Heirloom Market BBQ founders are posting fast and furiously on their new Sobban Facebook page about the new restaurant opening up in the old Kitsch’n 155 space…

Tentatively on the menu are dishes like Korean kimchi pancakes with Southern seafood; crispy pork belly bo ssam with local lettuce and pickled vegetables; mini-bingsu, or shaved ice topped with fruits and nuts; hot teas, Korean-style beers, and other beverages; and kal guk soo, or knife-cut noodles about which the team says, “if you like ramen, you will love this dish.” Sobban means “a small wooden table reserved for humble meals.” There’s more on Facebook.

Photo courtesy of Sobban’s Facebook page

3 thoughts on “Sobban Opening Soon in Old Kitsch’n 155 Space”

  1. Kal guk soo sounds like the perfect cooler-weather lunch. We’ll look forward to it this fall.

  2. aha! Been watching the changes to the building and knew something new was on it’s way in there. Happy to know it’s the owners of Heirloom Market coming to this side of town 🙂

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