This is the kind of disparity I see on a near-daily basis when looking at posts I've shared on Facebook and Google+.
This is obviously just a random case study and not all variables are equal, but it's an example of what makes me chuckle every time I hear people talking about how Google+ is a "ghost town" that "no one uses" -- when what they really mean is that it's a service they haven't taken the time to explore and find a community within.
If this is a "ghost town," it sure is fun hanging out with all you fellow phantoms.
Show up early at this hole in the wall place else you'll get stuck in the line around the block. Even when busy though the time between ordering and plating is short so be ready to take on some deliciously spiced food. I had the bibimbap with Mongolian chicken and it was so massive, it would easily have fed two with a small side or dessert.
Had lunch on a lazy Friday with a couple coworkers. The staff was friendly and the chef came out to chat about the special of the day. Croque Mademoiselle was my dish of choice and man was it good, maybe a little too good. The only thing about the place I would change is for it to be open for dinner.
Tasty spot on the corner of the Ferry Building with seats outside to enjoy the fresh sea air in. I had the BBQ Chicken on a torpedo roll which was a good combination of smokey BBQ, slaw, and toppings. They had a delicious sounding pumpkin milkshake that I really wanted to try but just didn't have the space for. Next time.