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Reporting Good Korean BBQ last night

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Reporting Good Korean BBQ last night

Lori SF | Mar 25, 2004 12:02 PM

Four of us went to Wooden Charcoal Barbecue House last night. The first good sign was that is was mainly large groups of Koreans and it smelled really good.
We ordered the dinner for four: BBQ rib eye, substituted the chicken for pork, spicy noodles, vegetable tempura, a battered egg prawns, oysters, fish dish, came with about 10-12 of the small plates of Kimchi, Napa cabbage, vinegar cucumbers, fried tofu, etc.. Added cold noodle dish (did not need it). Also, two sakes and beer, total $134.00.

The portions were large; everything was tasty except the egg batter dish I did not like. I highly recommend this place; this was my first time trying a Korean restaurant in San Francisco use to eat at many good dives in LA. I prefer the charcoal vs. gas method for Korean BBQ. It is best to go with four or more, good service and good value, lot’s of food. The other thing I noticed is that they stay open late; I believe one-two nights 2 AM and one night 4 AM.

Wooden BBQ House
4611 Geary near 10th Ave
415.751.6336

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