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Toyose
Korean Restaurant$$
Today 6:00 pm – 3:00 am
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3814 Noriega St San Francisco, CA 94122
3814 Noriega StUSCASan Francisco94122
(415) 731-0232
$$Korean RestaurantToday 6:00 pm – 3:00 am
Monday 6:00 pm – 3:00 amTuesday 6:00 pm – 3:00 amWednesday 6:00 pm – 3:00 amThursday 6:00 pm – 3:00 amFriday 6:00 pm – 3:00 amSaturday 6:00 pm – 3:00 amSunday 6:00 pm – 3:00 am
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Small Korean restaurant located in a repurposed garage, offering late-night eats & soju cocktails.- Google
People talk about kimchi fried rice, spicy chicken wings, seafood pancake, converted garage and beef fried rice
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Felix Remennik
reviewed 7 months ago
This is pretty much what I think of when I hear someone say "Hole-in-the-wall." Toyose is actually in someone's garage, but they did a nice job of making it look presentable. Kim Chi Beef and the Sweet & Spicy Wings are a must-try. The serving size is big enough for two and the price is very reasonable. Service is as expected for a small place that gets pretty busy, but the waitresses are nice and responsive. It's a pretty good date night place for the food quality and the interesting quirk of its neat location.
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Ivan Yudhi
reviewed 8 months ago
One of my friends suggested this place once, and I never looked back. This is not a Korean BBQ, or Tofu House like most Korean restaurants are (although they do serve the menu to some extent). The place is quite small, so be prepare to wait during rush hours. You can also make reservations for a certain number of people. ' My favorite dish is the spam casserole, I'm not sure if it's the same as Budae Jigae (Korean Army Stew), but it sure looks like it. I will have to check the next time I go back. It's basically a boiling pot containing different varieties of food like, spam (duh), egg, ramen, sausages, vegetables , cooked with spicy soup base. It's the perfect food to share with friends during chilly San Francisco weather (which, like, almost all the time) Other dishes that I like - Pa Jun (Korean pancake), Kimchi fried rice, Chicken wings, and Fried chicken. The also have fruity flavored Soju that my friends really enjoy (I don't drink). Make sure you go with friends so you can try different variety of dishes.
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Howard Tung
reviewed 7 months ago
Great Korean snack food and open late! Kimchi fried rice and tofu kimchi pork are bomb.
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Ty Lim
reviewed 5 months ago
I'm going to keep this short and sweet because, quite simply, if you haven't eaten here, you're missing out! The food here is amaaazing!! We ordered the following: - seafood pancake (not the best I've ever had, but is pretty darn close. MUST ORDER!) - seafood stew with udon noodles (this is enough for 3 people if you're ordering other dishes and is equally delicious!) - spicy chicken wings (it's actually not spicy, but SUPER crispy and delicious!) The wait here can be a bit long, but they're open til 2am, so pick an off peak time and treat yourself to an awesome meal! :D
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Diana SK
reviewed 9 months ago
Delicious soju, delicious korean bar food! You definitely should call in a reservation and if you're driving, leave early cause parking in the area can be realllllly hit and miss. Look for the Garage-like restaurant. Be on time so you're not scolded for being late or for having one more person than you had originally made a reservation for cause it's super tiny. Worth it though, but try to go on a weekday if possible to avoid the weekend madness.
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Jessica Tru
reviewed 11 months ago
This is one of the best korean restaurant that i've eaten at, best kimchi fried rice ever. They give you a bowl of popcorn as you wait for your food, their soju is good too, you'll def get a buzz after. Careful, it's a creeper. Their spicy wings could be a little more spicier. Their cheese corn is ok. Everything that i've tried here is always tasty. One thing that I didn't like was the service that I received. The waitress was really rude and not helpful at all. Asked her for something and would end up waiting at least 20 minutes long, and this is when it wasn't too busy. They seem like they hate their jobs. Hopefully they improve their customer service.
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