Spicy bbq chicken & crispy chicken – Sorabol

Spicy bbq chicken & crispy chicken - Sorabol
With steamed broccoli and brown rice. $10.95
Sorabol, San Francisco CA

I will say that even though the Korean food at Sorabol is no where near the best, they are definitely consistent which is a huge plus in my book. You’re always certain what you’re gonna get and there aren’t any surprises. And you get a lot of food for a decent price – a rarity when it comes to downtown lunches in San Francisco.

Bbq chicken – Sorabol

Bbq chicken - Sorabol
With steamed broccoli and brown rice. $8.95
Sorabol, San Francisco CA

When I want a crap-load of protein at a great price, Sorabol is where it’s at! I’ve recently refrained from getting the brown rice and just getting extra broccoli. I love it! Yes, it’s kinda fatty and yes it’s on the salty side and maybe the proteins aren’t the best quality, but it hits the spot and definitely fills me up!

Spicy bbq pork bowl – Sorabol

Spicy bbq pork bowl - Sorabol
Thinly sliced pork (dwegi gui) smothered in spicy chili pepper paste. Served with steamed rice, chap chae (Korean style glass noodles) and vegetables. $6.95
Sorabol, San Bruno CA

This probably wasn’t the best thing to eat after getting a teeth cleaning at the dentist, but I was starving and craving this yummy pork. Sorabol definitely isn’t authentic Korean by any means, but it somehow hits the spot nonetheless.

Stained glass window, San Bruno Bart Station
Stained glass window, San Bruno Bart Station. As you descend onto the station platform on the escalator, look up and witness this colorful stained glass.