Chicken bulgogi – The Store on the Corner

Chicken bulgogi - The Store on the Corner
Korean bbq chicken with rice, kimchee and salad. $9.20
The Store on the Corner, San Francisco CA

I liked this bulgogi chicken because it was very flavorful and tender. I think it was all chicken thighs. I also like their kimchi!

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Bulgogi bibim stone bowl – BibimBar

Bulgogi bibim stone bowl - BibimBar
Marinated beef, japchae, lettuce, red cabbage, carrot, pickled radish, bean sprouts, grilled onion, finely sliced egg, and spicy sauce. $9.50
BibimBar, San Francisco CA

I learned my lesson last time and got the regular spicy sauce instead of the super spicy sauce this time around. I like this place even though it’s not the best Korean food. It’s a nice break from all the lunchtime sandwiches and salads in the FiDi.

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.

Hot and sweet chicken wings – Kokio Republic

Hot and sweet chicken wings - Kokio Republic
Mixed chicken (wings and boneless) with topped with sesame seeds, almond, and parsley. Served with kimchi fried rice balls with bacon, topped with Parmesan cheese, creamy sriracha, sour cream, and parsley flakes. Combo $13.75
Kokio Republic, San Francisco CA

I love these wings and fried kimchi balls because they just burst with flavor. But I can’t talk to anyone for the rest of the day because they are SO garlicky, lol! It’s also a great value since I really can’t eat these all in one sitting.

Spicy pork belly bibim stone bowl – BibimBar

Spicy pork belly bibim stone bowl - BibimBar
Japchae, lettuce, red cabbage, carrot, pickled radish, bean sprouts, grilled onion, finely sliced egg, and super spicy sauce. Served with soup. $9.50
BibimBar, San Francisco CA

This was really yummy and satisfying, but I completely underestimated the spiciness of their “super spicy” sauce. I ate it all, but my mouth was on fire for most of the duration. Next time I’ll opt for their medium spicy.