Top 3 Korean food in South San Francisco, California, United States

October 4, 2019 Janean Rudisill

Best Korean restaurants nearby. Discover the best Korean food in South San Francisco. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Korean restaurants near you.. South San Francisco is a city in San Mateo County, California, United States, located on the San Francisco Peninsula in the San Francisco Bay Area. The population was 63,632 at the 2010 census.
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1. Mom's Tofu House

217 Grand Ave, South San Francisco, CA 94080-3708 Asian, Korean Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Seating, Table Service
Overall Ratings

4 based on 31 reviews

Mom's Tofu House

Reviewed By Arnold C

Mom's has a full and wide range of Korean delicacies other than just tofu dishes. TheSelections include, beef, chicken and other standard dishes. The buffet side dish bar is very good and plentiful.

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2. Bonchon Chicken - San Francisco, CA

2278 Westborough Blvd Ste 208, South San Francisco, CA 94080 Asian, Korean Lunch, Dinner +1 650-636-4192
Bonchon Chicken - San Francisco, CA

Bonchon's Korean fried chicken is located in San Francisco, CA. Experience authenticity with Bonchon's signature Korean food in a restaurant location near you.

Reviewed By Infodiva415

I am such a fan of BonChon and Korean fried chicken. I love the fresh, organic chicken used. I love the choice of sides with an order of wings or drumsticks. I always get the kimchi coleslaw with my order. I order the spicy chicken with spicy mayo dipping sauce. Yes this place is expensive but the flavor and food quality is worth the price.

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3. Barnzu

711 Geary St, South San Francisco, CA 94109-7301 Asian, Korean Reservations +1 415-525-4985

Reviewed By Amit_and_Alex

This understated yet stylish restaurant has great service, a lively atmosphere and excellent korean food.We tried the fried chicken and the bibimbap. Although the fried chicken was a bit too spicy for me, the bibimbop was perfect.

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