Places offering Korean food in San Francisco are included Matko, Seokyo, VBowls, and JIJIME. If you love Korean foods you should try these options.
First on the list is Matko. It is new place offerings customizable Korean style lunch boxes known as dosirak. At Matko customer enjoys soba noodles, mixed greens, or purple rice.
Then top it off with a choice of small side dishes like seasoned cucumber, kimchi, or sweet corn. There are many proteins available, like beef bulgogi, spicy pork or soy chicken. Hence it gets positive attention from users.
Next up is a new Korean and Japanese spot in Noe Valley offering tapas called Seokyo. The menu comprises dishes like kimchi gyoza, okra tempura, and grilled corn with cheese.
Other notable items are hamachi carpaccio, grilled squid with garlic, tuna tataki, seafood pancakes, and oysters on the half shell, kalbi short ribs and more. It get four-star rating out of 60 reviews on Yelp, Seokyo has been getting positive attention.
VBowls is a Korean and Asian fusion spot, offering poke and features customizable bowls. So you can start by choosing from organic mixed greens, white rice, or brown rice. Then top it off by selecting a protien like salmon, unagi, tofu or tuna. You can go for toppings like seaweed salad, avocado, or cucumber and the spicy mayo and kimchi to add finishing touch.
JIJIMI a new Korean and Asian fusion spot in the Outer Richmond offering everything from small plates to rice bowls, potstickers and more. The spot provides the vast menu, and excellent service. The interior was cool, and love the string lights on the bar.