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Toyose
Korean Restaurant$$
Today 6:00 pm – 2:00 am
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3814 Noriega St San Francisco, CA 94122
3814 Noriega StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94122
(415) 731-0232toyose.org
$$Korean RestaurantToday 6:00 pm – 2:00 am
Monday 6:00 pm – 2:00 amTuesday 6:00 pm – 2:00 amWednesday 6:00 pm – 2:00 amThursday 6:00 pm – 2:00 amFriday 6:00 pm – 2:00 amSaturday 6:00 pm – 2:00 amSunday 6:00 pm – 2:00 am
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Small Korean restaurant located in a repurposed garage, offering late-night eats & soju cocktails.- Google
"...Korean Fried Chicken Wings, Seafood Pancakes and Fresh Fruit Soju..."
"Kimchi fried rice and tofu kimchi pork are bomb."
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Ced Chan
3 months ago
Pretty decent food but high prices. I've had a pretty bad experience with them not announcing that my table was ready and was told that they called my name when I asked about it an hour after signing up. I sure didn't hear them announce that my table was ready so they apparently skipped us and took the next 3 groups. I was wondering why all the groups who showed up after us were seated before us. But onto the food, it's subpar, used to be better before I've tried authentic Korean food.
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Will Kivinski
9 months ago
This place is totally rad an in a unique Garage Space in the Outer Sunset near Ocean Beach. They have particularly good Korean Fried Chicken Wings, Seafood Pancakes and Fresh Fruit Soju (we really liked the Kiwi, Watermelon and Strawberry.) They also have great Yogurt Sojus. It's open late, so there's no excuse if you have a late night wings craving! Also, if you need your waiter, ring a bell and you've got their attention. You'll need them when you keep on ordering more Soju.
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Jenny Fong
a year ago
One could probably walk right past Toyose without realizing the garage is a restaurant. Talk about camouflage. Confusing as the front entrance may be, the Korean food is not as hard to understand. The rice plates, chicken wings, meat platters, and army stew soups easily complements the orders of flavored soju with friends. Toyose is a great night endeavor with a group of 4 or more. Toyose has a great system where service is on call with the press of a button, literally. Overall, Toyose is a fun atmosphere to hang out in which makes time pass by easily and before you know it, the sun is rising. Perfect for a morning walk on the beach!
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Denise Dang
a year ago
Toyose is San Francisco's lesser equivalent to Oakland's infamous Porno Bar (aka Dan Sung Sa). With typical Korean bar foods, this place makes a great hangout/happy hour/late night place for small groups, especially with the small booths. The cocktail sojus are delicious, though very light in alcohol. Fried chicken is a must order. Their stew pots are very delicious and filling too. Expect to wait, even on a Monday night at 9pm. Well worth the wait, though!
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Connie Oh
7 months ago
Go right when they open to avoid the wait, which otherwise can easily be one hour. The food and soju are great. It's pretty cute inside, too. But parking in the neighborhood can be a bear.
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Mike Wyatt
10 months ago
I've been walking by this place for ages! Finally went in and checked it out with a friend. Cozy setting with comfy booths, polite staff that did a good job accommodating my pickier-than-normal sidekick. If you're not familiar with Korean food (as I wasn't) you'll find the menu descriptions to be relatively minimal. Looking at the items on the menu, I chose one (Seafood bits with veggies and Udon in a spicy sauce) and had little idea of what I'd be getting. In the end, it turned out pretty good. Tried my partners steamed sea bass, and thought it was excellent. We split a "Pitcher" of beer, which came in a jumbo-sized plastic bottle. All in all? Pretty interesting, and better than I expected! Though next time, I plan to chat up the locals at Flanahan's Pub across the street and ask them what to order....
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Sherry Li
3 months ago
Uh, who doesn't like Korean fried chicken, kimchi fried rice, and seafood pancake?? Yum, yum, and YUM.
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Jason Lee
a year ago
This place is one of my favorite korean restaurants in SF. However, this place is extremely small and the people come in herds. People will wait in line like all good SF restaurants. I've tried many things on the menu but my favorite is the seafood casserole with soju. Additionally, I like the seafood pancake. But like most korean restaurants this place serves good ban chan and good selection to choose from. If I hear from people out of town that want some Korean I definitely would suggest this place if the time permits it.
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