Namu Gaji / San Francisco

499 Dolores St at 18th St. San Francisco 94110
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 10:30 - 16:00
Tue 17:30 - 22:00
Wed, Thu, Fri 11:30 - 15:00
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Critic Reviews @ Namu Gaji
Namu Gaji Launches Yakitori Tuesdays With Pink Zebra Chef Jesse Koide
Namu Gaji Launches Yakitori Tuesdays With Pink Zebra Chef Jesse Koide Grilled, skewered meats, every Tuesday for the foreseeable future Some skewers from the pop-up Namu co-owners Dennis and David Lee have quietly been churning out s ... continue Eater SF
Tips from the Net @ Namu Gaji
Derick S. en
This was my first time dining at Namu Gaji. I was with 3 other friends for Sunday brunch. We ordered at the counter and seated ourselves - there was no waiter/table service. I ordered the Okonomiyaji, a very large pancake topped with kim chi, veggies, fish flakes, and a delicious mayo. Overall, the dish was very rich and heavy, so I could only eat about half of it. The restaurant is very small. The ambiance is quaint and cozy. The decor is modern and contemporary. I would return to Namu Gaji to try some more dishes. GooglePlace - November 2017
Kaitlin Stevens en
Really good food, but pretty pricey. Not much on the happy hour menu unfortunately. The beer from magnolia brewery is fantastic and definitely worth getting. Even on a weekday it gets packed so worth getting a reservation. GooglePlace - November 2017
Herb David en
Very good food, good service, a bit noisy This is one of my favorite places to dinner in SF. I like how they make Korean food with California ingredients. My favorite is the cabbage. I've had it normal and vegetarian. Both very good. The stonepot is another super good dish. Again very good vegetarian or will meat. GooglePlace - October 2017
Leopold en
Amazing food and atmosphere. I would recommend making a reservation in advance as this place is absolutely packed. I really recommend the stone plate with a steak especially for people who like spicy food. GooglePlace - September 2017
Nina Kim en
I love Namu Gaji! The food is amazing. It's not traditional Korean, but a perfect fusion of Korean, American, and Japanese. The pickles are great and change with what's in season. I've been here many times for brunch and dinner - both are excellent. GooglePlace - August 2017