Suji's was founded in 2005 by Suji Park and was originally intended to be an eatery for expats wanting a taste of home. Inspired by the corner delis of New York City, Suji's was (and continues to be) a respite from bibimbap and kimchi. With an extensive menu of delectable deli meats and a number of American brunch items, it didn't take long for Suji's to expand, opening a number of other branches, including two in Tokyo, Japan. But that was only the beginning.
Since then, Suji's has developed into an international brand, mass producing their quality deli meats from factories just outside Seoul and supplying Costco Korea with chicken for their famous chicken bakes, salads, and pot pies. As the brand continues to grow, cold-cut-craving expats like myself will be able to purchase premium meats like pastrami and corned beef without having to commute across the city to do so.
For menus, maps, and operating hours, visit Suji's website here.
**Please not that this post was sponsored by Suji's but the opinions are, of course, my own.