Korean Restaurants in San Francisco, CA

Dine-In Sushi and Japanese Food for Two or Four at Hanami Brasserie (Up to 52% Off)

Hanami Brasserie

Inner Sunset

Hand-rolled sushi made from ocean-fresh seafood anchor menu of Japanese cuisine that includes a number of traditional styles of Ramen

$30 $15

$17 for $30 Worth of Japanese Food at Arashi Sushi House

Arashi Sushi House

Inner Richmond

Classic Japanese dishes including sashimi, pork-belly ramen, tempura, and miso soup

$30 $17

Japanese Food at Blue Fin Sushi (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Blue Fin Sushi

Outer Richmond

Try creative fusion rolls like the Hawaiian with macadamia nuts or the Mexicano topped with avocado sauce; hot entrees include foie gras

$30 $15

$15 for $30 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Cuisine for Dinner for Two at Sakesan Sushi & Bistro

Sakesan Sushi & Bistro

Sakesan Bistro

At this sushi-focused spot, munch on a variety of fresh rolls, including vegetarian options, or try a hot pot or donburi

$30 $15

Hot Pot and Chinese Food for Two or Four at Celestial Flame (40% Off)

Celestial Flame

Inner Richmond

Traditional hot pots with varying spice levels simmer away; Chinese menu also offers fried rice, general tso’s chicken, and other favorites

$20 $12

$15 for $25 Worth of Sushi and Japanese Food at Yuubi Japanese Restaurant

Yuubi Japanese Restaurant

Yuubi Japanese Restaurant

Steak teriyaki and sushi rolls packed with fresh seafood delight diners inside traditional Japanese eatery

$25 $15

Asian Fusion Barbecue for Two or More at Ke’s Seafood BBQ (40% Off)

Ke’s Seafood BBQ

San Francisco

This Asian fusion barbecue restaurant specializes in seafood including clams, oysters, and prawns, that guests cook on tabletop grills

$20 $12

Steaks, Seafood, and Drinks at Castagnola's (Up to 25% Off). Two Options Available.


Fisherman's Wharf

Pair drinks with seafood such as shellfish stew and steamed crabs and chophouse dishes such as new york strip and filet mignon steaks

$100 $75

Sushi at Ginza Sushi & Sake (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Ginza Sushi & Sake

The Haight

Haight sushi spot tempts diners with creative rolls such as the salmon-wrapped Kazan with house-special tobiko cream sauce

$25 $15

Sushi and Japanese Tapas for Two or More at OEC (Up to 40% Off)


South of Market

Experience chefs construct creative sushi rolls and adventurous Japanese small plates, including pork-belly sliders and grilled mushrooms.

$25 $15

$25 for $40 Worth of Seafood at Catch


The Castro

In a registered San Francisco landmark, chefs create locally inspired cuisine with local seafood and seasonal produce

$40 $25

$12 for $20 Worth of Sushi and Japanese and Chinese Food for Two or More at Tao Yin

Tao Yin

Mission District

Hand-rolled nigiri and sushi rolls compliment Japanese noodle dishes and Chinese dim sum

$20 $12

Upscale Dinner for Two or Four at Cafe Majestic (Up to 34% Off)

Cafe Majestic

Cathedral Hill

Upscale eatery located in the Hotel Majestic specializes in Italian and American dishes

$102 $69

$39 for $50 Worth of Hearty American Cuisine and Drinks for Two or More at Clement Street Bar & Grill

Clement Street Bar & Grill

San Francisco

Richmond District eatery serves hearty American cuisine such as dungeness crabcakes at tables swathed in white linen and roomy wooden booths

$50 $39

Brazilian Rodizio Dinner for Two or Four at Cleo's Brazilian Steak House (Up to 37% Off)

Cleo's Brazilian Steak House

Cleo's Steakhouse

All-you-can eat Brazilian meats carved at your table, plus a buffet of salads and sides

$30 $19

$12 for $20 Worth of Cajun Seafood at Hot Crab

Hot Crab


Fresh seafood stars in dishes such as fried cod and chips, Cajun-spiced shrimp, and king crab legs

$20 $12

Sushi and Drinks at Oishi Sushi (40% Off). Three Options Available.

Oishi Sushi

Serra Monte

Chefs fold fresh and deep fried fish into rolls, creating a lobster salad roll with mango and an eel roll crowned with a lemon peel

$20 $12

Sushi at Kamu Sushi (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Kamu Sushi

Downtown South San Francisco

This spot is known for its handcrafted sushi, dazzling presentations, and no-rush atmosphere

$40 $24

Cafe Food for Dinner at Lama Beans (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Lama Beans

Ocean View

Chefs grill free-range pork chops, roast free-range chicken, braise beef brisket in red wine, and pair opah or ahi tuna with a wasabi sauce

$30 $18

$24 for $40 Worth of Hibachi-Style Food and Drinks at Kobe Steak & Seafood

Kobe Steak & Seafood


Chefs dish out hibachi-style dinners with proteins such as chicken, salmon, new york steak, scallops, filet mignon, and shrimp

$40 $24

Dinner for Two or Four at Izzy's Steaks and Chops (Up to 31% Off)

Izzys Steaks and Chops

Izzys Steaks and Chops, now in Oakland

Dinner menu features new york sirloin steaks, slow-roasted prime rib, and filet mignon medallions au poivre with pepper cream sauce

$98.40 $69

$30 for $50 Worth of Steakhouse and Seafood Cuisine for Two at The Van's "Restaurant On The Hill"

The Van's "Restaurant On The Hill"


100 year-old steakhouse serves mesquite-broiled steaks, prime rib of beef, lobster, and daily fish dishes overlooking the San Francisco Bay

$50 $30

Homestyle Food at Hayward Ranch (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Hayward Ranch

Downtown Hayward

Down-home fare served for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including USDA Choice beef steaks in the evening

$20 $12

Chinese Cuisine for Two or Four or More People at Great Wall Chinese Restaurant (45% Off)

Great Wall Chinese Restaurant

Fairview Park

Vegetarian dishes and seafood plates cooked in spicy szechuan sauces such as sweet ‘n’ sour “pork, mapo tofu, and shrimp in black bean sauce

$20 $11

Sushi and Hibachi for Two or More at Kobe Japan Livermore (Up to 52% Off)

Kobe Japan Livermore


Chefs grill lobster tail and Kobe beef at tables with a heaping helping of spectacle and culinary acrobatics

$25 $12

Street-Style Chinese Food, Beer-and-Platter Combo, or Karaoke at Dragon Gate Bar and Grille (Up to 62% Off)

Dragon Gate Bar and Grille

Produce and Waterfront

Chef inspired by the Taiwanese street food prepares stir-frys and handmade dumplings in a restaurant with beer and private karaoke rooms

$37 $22

Grilled Seafood and Chicken for Two or Four at Boneheads Grill (Up to 38% Off)

Boneheads Grill


Fresh local ingredients mix with seafood entrees and chicken smothered in piri-piri pepper sauce

$20 $13

Sushi and Japanese Food at Fish on Fire (Up to 42% Off). Two Options Available.

Fish on Fire

Downtown Danville

Nigiri, sashimi, and 30 specialty maki rolls, served alongside Japanese favorites like chicken teriyaki, shrimp tempura, and bento boxes

$30 $18

Japanese Food at Ozora Sushi & Steak (Up to 42% Off). Two Options Available.

Ozora Sushi & Steak


Teppanyaki dishes filled with stir-fried vegetables, meat, and seafood; more than 60 artfully designed sushi rolls

$50 $29

$15 for $25 or $29 for $50 Worth of Sushi, Japanese Cuisine, and Sake at Sushi Blvd

Sushi Blvd


Guests clink glasses of sake over dinners of tuna, salmon, and shrimp sushi rolls, salted edamame, yakitori chicken, and pot stickers

$50 $29

Select Local Merchants

  • Namu Gaji
    Namu Gaji: A User’s Guide New Korean American Cuisine | Farm to Table | Korean Soju | Wood-Laced Interior To Eat Brunch: okonomiyaki, a crispy savory pancake with kimchi and cabbage bonito Dinner: mia ayam, handmade noodles with chicken, broth, and sweet soy To share: dumplings with shiitake mushroom, dashi, butter, and nori To Drink Unpasteurized Asahi, a Japanese lager Chum churum, a light, easy-drinking sweet-potato soju from Korea Dewazakura “tobiroku,” a crisp and dry sparkling sake The Ingredients: The three brothers behind Namu Gaji source most of their Chinese herbs and produce from their own East Bay Namu farm, as well as local artisan producers such as La Tercera and Heirloom Organics. Where to Sit: Pull up a stool at the long, solid-wood-slab community table, or grab a seat at the window-facing bar. While You’re Waiting Marvel at the winding sculpture over the community table, a fitting centerpiece considering that namu gaji is Korean for "wooden branch." Peek in on Chef Dennis Lee tweaking the daily changing menu in the open kitchen. Inside Tips Take-out is only available during lunch. For dietary restrictions beyond vegetarianism and gluten-aversions, call 24 hours in advance so the kitchen can accommodate you. Leave extra time for parking if you’re coming for dinner, or use one of the valet services along Valencia Street. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Check out the paintings and sculptures at Creativity Explored (3245 16th Street), a gallery dedicated to working with artists with developmental disabilities. After: Keep the evening going with drinks at The 500 Club (500 Guerrero Street), an eclectic neighborhood dive that keeps the locals coming back with bacon bloodys, a popular jukebox, and karaoke.
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  • Cocobang
    Cocobang: A User’s Guide Korean BBQ and Soups | Soju Cocktails | Late-Night Hours | Popular Fire Chicken Sample Menu Appetizer: dried cuttlefish with peanuts Soup: spicy tofu Entree: fire spicy chicken, served on a sizzling plate alongside rice cake The Layout: a narrow, cozy room where a projection screen plays Korean films overhead. Behind the Bar: imported draft beers, wine, and cocktails made with soju—a Korean vodka distilled from rice—and fresh ingredients, such as strawberry, lemon, peach, yogurt, mango, and apple. When to Go: whenever a late-night craving for fried chicken or a hot pot hits; the restaurant stays open until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, and until 2 a.m. every other night of the week. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Stock up on dinner conversation material by studying the work of iconic photographers at San Francisco Art Exchange (458 Geary St). After: Grab a nightcap, or a propeller beanie, at Topsy’s Fun House (260 Kearny Street), a circus-themed cocktail bar known for its creative libations. If You Can’t Make It, Try This: the crispy garlic chicken at Aria Korean American Snack Bar (932 Larkin Street).
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  • Urban Picnic
    Urban Picnic: A User’s Guide Healthy Vietnamese Food | Casual Cuisine | Fresh-Pressed Juices | Produce Delivered Daily | Eco-Friendly Practices Sample Menu Salad: kale and quinoa salad with blueberries, tomatoes, carrots, almonds, and nori Soup: cage-free chicken pho with organic lemongrass broth Side: spicy tofu Drink: beet this—fresh-pressed juice made with beets, apples, lime, and mint About The Ingredients: Chefs have produce delivered fresh each day, and they make dressings and sauces from scratch with absolutely zero trans fat. In most cases, they keep the veggies and fruit raw and unprocessed. How They Respect the Earth: By using entirely compostable and recyclable packaging. Inside Tip: Head to the 18th Street location on Sundays, when the Kearny Street restaurant is closed. Press: Pop Sugar adapted the recipe for the restaurant’s kale and quinoa salad. Vocab Lesson Pho: Vietnamese soup consisting of broth and rice noodles, often topped with meat or another protein and served with garnishes such as basil, sprouts, lime, and jalapeños.
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  • Stone Korean Kitchen
    Season your day with some Korean-style spice — go to Stone Korean Kitchen for dinner and save the leftovers for next day's lunch. Vegans will appreciate the animal-free fare at Stone Korean Kitchen. This restaurant's fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal. The whole family can enjoy a meal at this restaurant with its kid-friendly fare. Your large group can all sit together at Stone Korean Kitchen. Open air seating is ready for diners at Stone Korean Kitchen when the weather is warm. Bring your furry friend to the restaurant — Stone Korean Kitchen allows dogs to dine, too. Reservations are offered, so call ahead to lock down your table. Throw on your favorite T-shirt and head out the door — dining at Stone Korean Kitchen is all about comfort. Catering from Stone Korean Kitchen will take your party to the next level. Sometimes you need food fast, and this restaurant totally gets it, offering both takeout and delivery. Parallel-parking experts can find room on the street, though patrons also have access to the restaurant's adjoining lot. Travel by bike to Stone Korean Kitchen and store your bike at a nearby rack. Stone Korean Kitchen s fare is so good, you ll want to sample everything on the menu (and with its middle-of-the-road prices, you can!). Major credit cards are accepted, so you can save yourself a trip to the ATM. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all on Stone Korean Kitchen's menu — you can stop by whenever the moment's right for you. For delicious food with a Korean flare, head on over to Stone Korean Kitchen and browse the creative menu.
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  • Um Ma Son Korean Restaurant
    Um Ma Son Korean Restaurant: A User’s Guide Authentic Korean | Family Owned | Bibimbap | Late-Night Spot Sample Menu Complimentary banchan Hae mul pa jun: Korean-style seafood pancake with green onion Dol sot bi bim bap: beef, vegetables, and a fried egg over rice in a sizzling stone pot When to Go: Um Ma Son is open for dinner, supper, and fourth meal seven nights a week (5:30 p.m–midnight). Inside tip: The restaurant doesn’t serve hard liquor, but it does offer a small selection of beer, including Korean imports like OB. Vocab Lesson Banchan: small side dishes served with Korean cuisine, traditionally composed of a variety of kimchi, marinated vegetables, and meat dishes. Japchae: Korean sweet-potato glass noodles stir-fried in sesame oil with vegetables and flavored with soy sauce and sugar. The dish is served hot or cold, sometimes with beef.
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  • Han Il Kwan Korean Restaurant
    Four Things to Know About Han Il Kwon Korean Restaurant Korean food has been on an upward swing for a few years, and so has Han Il Kwon. A neighborhood favorite, the restaurant serves plenty of traditional Korean barbecue, rice bowls, and noodle dishes. Read on to learn what else makes it a standout. An entree is almost never just an entree here. Sure, you may have ordered the bibimbap or the short ribs, but don’t be surprised when the waiter shows up with 11 plates. Many main dishes here come with a variety of banchan, small sides and mix-ins that range from kimchi to pickled veggies and mung-bean pancakes. Modesty schmodesty. If you don’t speak Korean, you may not have known that Han Il Kwon loosely translates to “No. 1 Korean Restaurant.” It’s a place to take out-of-towners. Or, more accurately, out-of-towners seek it out. It’s not uncommon to see packed tour buses parked in front during lunch a few times a week. Just call ahead if you happen to be short on time. Some of the magic happens outside the kitchen. Some of the fun finds here are the hot pots, in which you choose your ingredients and cook them in boiling broth at your own table. There’s also a selection of meats that you can barbecue on an inset tabletop grill.
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