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To Hyang
Korean Restaurant
Today 5–10PM
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3815 Geary Blvd San Francisco, CA 94118
3815 Geary BoulevardUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94118
Korean RestaurantToday 5–10PM
Tuesday 5–10PMWednesday 5–10PMThursday 5–10PMFriday 5–10PMSaturday 5–10PMSunday 5–9PMMonday Closed
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No-frills Korean restaurant that doesn't shy away from spice & where even the soy sauce is homemade.- Google
"I highly recommend the Saam Gyub Saal Bokkum with Kimchi (caution, it is spicy."
"The jap chae was up there as well."
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Carl Payne
2 years ago
As seen on Anthony Bourdain's Layover, To Hyang is a small, family owned Korean restaurant with terrific, home grown ingredients and authentic flavor. I highly recommend the Saam Gyub Saal Bokkum with Kimchi (caution, it is spicy). Really everything I have had here is good. Its a tiny restaurant so it can fill up quickly. Staff is friendly and service is quick. Some of the best authentic Korean in town.
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Miyamoto Lena
a year ago
I ordered a beef soup with the wheat noodles since I was looking for something that wasn't too spicy. The waitress warned that it would be very bland. She was right, it was really bland. Unfortunately, it wasn't just bland but it lacked flavor and I was not satisfied. The side dishes were okay but I've tasted better elsewhere.
A Google User
4 years ago
Really delicious Korean food. Get the Kalbi Chim and the pork ribs with red sauce. Very good too. Best Kalbi Chim I've ever had.
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Eugene Ie
a year ago
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Ty Lim
2 years ago
I was first introduced to this place when they first opened by a friend of mine, and I've been a fan ever since. This is about as close to Korean home-cooking as I've found in the city and it's absolutely delicious. I'd highly recommend the steamed ribs while you're there. A word of advice though, the levels of spiciness can be pretty intimidating. I normally can handle spicy foods just fine, but when I ordered something spicy from here, I was almost in tears. Overall, wonderful food and service! This place is a must visit!
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Andy Wong
2 years ago
Typical Korean. Don't come with high expectations simply because it was featured on TV. It was good but nothing was mind blowing. The steamed marinated pork ribs with sauce (daegi kalbi chim) was the winner of the night. The jap chae was up there as well. We asked for an extra tofu that came part of the ban chan and they told us they charge .75 cents. Just an FYI. I would definitely come back for the ribs.
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Jeff Yuen
a year ago
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Paul Saxman
2 years ago