Saturday, April 15, 2017

Delicious homemade bar menu - 맛있는 홈메이드 메뉴!!

Come and try bar menu! 
1 caramelized pork belly
2 home made meatball with homemade teriyaki sauce 
3 seafood pancake
4 dumplings with sweet spicy homemade sauce

Korean soju cocktails - 소주 칵테일!!!

수향 - 7051 영에 있읍니다. 오셔서
레몬 소주
자몽 소주
요쿠르트 소주
를 즐기세요~~

We are at 7051 Yonge street, please come by and try these delicious soju cocktails
lemon soju
grapefruits soju
Yogurt soju
melona popsicle soju
screw bar popsicle soju
milkiss soju

Soohyang BAR MENU!

We introduce "bar menu"

New business hour for both Tea time and Bar time

We will be serving both Korean traditional tea and Korean traditional alcohol in Soohyang starting from Tuesday, April 18th.

We will serve limited tea selection during bar time, but you can order most of snacks and bar foods, soju cocktails and makgeolli.

Please come by!

Thursday, March 2, 2017


Soohyang will be showing a new side in April. We have been only serving traditional Korean tea but now we will be introducing traditional Korean alcohol as well.
Please give us any advice you might have before then. For the menu, we're thinking of making various Korean fusion dishes.
Opening hours will be split between tea time and bar time. We will let you know soon including Soohyang new name. :)

안녕하세요. 수향이 4월부터 새롭게 단장합니다. 여지껏 전통차만 다뤘지만 앞으론 전통술도 함께 소개하려합니다.
메뉴는 한국음식을 이용한 퓨전으로 생각하고 있어요. 그 전에 들려주셔서 여러가지 조언주세요.
시간은 차집 시간과 술집시간으로 나눠지게되는데 차츰 새로운 SMS 이름과 함께 알려드리겠읍니다. 감사합니다.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

VALENTINES' DAY - Open for business on Monday, FEB 13TH

It's still cold outside on February!!  Come by Soohyang at Yonge and Steeles for warm tea.
Spending a quite night isn't too bad right before Valentines' day, right?

We are opening from 2pm and will be closing at 10pm on Monday, February 13th.

Monday, December 26, 2016

First NEW YEAR LUNCH MENU - Traditional Korean new year menu - TTEOKGUK

Lunch menu for the new year week(January 1st ~ January 6th)

Tteokguk 떡국
Teeokguk (rice cake soup) is a delicious, filling soup made of disc-shaped rice cakes in a clear broth. Koreans always eat it on Seollal (Korean New Year’s Day), the first day of the Lunar calendar and one of the most important holidays in Korea. Traditionally, according to Korean age reckoning, everyone’s age went up one year on Seollal, and the process wasn’t totally complete until you had a bowl of tteokguk.

This small ball of tteokguk will be served 전통찻집 수향 - Korean healthy traditional tea room