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Namu Gaji was fantastic and I would definitely recommend going. The chef was able to accommodate for my gluten allergy for both the ramen and Korean Fried Chicken. The ramen was pretty good but the real superstar was the Chicken (it's only served on Wednesdays).
Overall, great ambience and price for the qualityGooglePlace - June 2017
Michele Ugolotti Serventi
The looks of the restaurant certainly attract the eye. The prices are not too high if you don't see the portions. The lamb skewers were two ridiculously mini patties, a fifth of a small grilled avocado and a bruleéd yolk for $19: too salty and quite chewy.
The "bibimbap" was ok, but nothing out of this world, and $5 for an extra invisible layer of veil-cut meat I think it's honestly too much.
Service certainly needs to be improved.GooglePlace - May 2017
Food was a bit over priced for what you got. In terms of taste it wasn't here or there, a bit too salty for my liking. Staff was friendly, diffinetly a place you would come for drinks but no really forcing food. GooglePlace - May 2017
Not great unless you are fan of super salty food. Its one of those hip modern joints where the decor is more appealing than the food. Save your money and go to a regular Korean restaurant and have decent affordable ethnic food. GooglePlace - April 2017
Went for happy hour Sunday afternoon. Cozy space, good vibes. Took them a while to seat everyone. Magnoila rice ale and the fries were on point. Also tried my friend's soju Bloody Mary and it was yummy; also a generous portion (a pint!). She couldn't finish it. Main entrees ordered by other patrons looked/smelled delicious. Will have to come for dinner sometime.GooglePlace - March 2017
Sit by the window and people watch!Foursquare - January 2016
The sesame pudding dessert is ridiculously goodFoursquare - February 2015
Hogs island oysters w uniFoursquare - August 2014
Kimchi and steak rice in a stone pot. The huge plate of mushrooms. Reasonably priced modern Korean food with big portions.Foursquare - July 2014
These used-to-be-off-menu-but're-now-on-the-lunch-menu-because-they're-so-amazing hand-cut organic potato fries are covered in kimchee relish, green onion, Kewpie mayo, teriyaki, and bulgogi beef.Foursquare - April 2014
On weekends, come here for brunch instead of waiting an hour elsewhere. French toast, egg sandwich, etc. or anything off their normal menu.Foursquare - January 2014
With nick.... He left his phone at homeFoursquare - September 2013
must haves are the kfc and the okonomiyaki. make sure to check the menu before you go since there are daily quirksFoursquare - September 2013
Get the okonomiyaki to share. Comes out sizzling in a stone dish. Add egg for sure!Foursquare - June 2013
Travel + Leisure
This family-run Korean spot draws crowds with its market vegetable stone pot, handmade noodles, and shave ice. The lines forming out the door rival its neighbor Bi-Rite Creamery.Foursquare - November 2012
Big fan of the very authentic okonomiyaki (Japanese savory pancake) and the Bibimbap (stonepot). Definitely put an egg on it!Foursquare - November 2012
very cool concept, stellar food , good vibe, right off Dolores Park in the MissionFoursquare - November 2012
They serve one of the most delicious bibimbap you'll find outside of Korea! Look for "stone" on their menu.Foursquare - October 2012
Delicious Gamja fries, likened to a Korean-style "poutine" with short rib, kimchee, mayo.Foursquare - September 2012