Jamaican food, Korean barbeque, and Local/organic Food
I know this is very scatter-brained, but I will be in San Francisco for a few days, so I want to get to taste the best of a lot of different things in a really short amount of time. What would you recommend for great Jamaican, Korean bbq, or local/organic restaurants that aren't too pricey?
Thanks everyone :)
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For Korean bbq that isn't too pricey try Han Il Kwan . It's located in the outer Richmond though. For good inexpensive Korean (not bbq) closer to Union Square, Dong Baek Restaurant is our go to (the fried chicken is really good).
Dong Baek Restaurant
631 O'Farrell St, San Francisco, CA 94109
I'll third Han Il Kwan. It's quantity over quality, but it is mighty tasty & they stuff you. I'd skip Brothers...way overrated, overpriced, and not very good at all imo. The only Korean restaurant in the city that I think has legitimately good BBQ is Korean Village/Wooden Charcoal (on 10th & Geary), but it's mad expensive.
I can't comment on Jamaican food in SF proper, but Back A Yard (Menlo Park) and Coconuts (Palo Alto) both get my vote. Coconuts is the upscale sister to Back A Yard, so if price is major consideration, you'll do fine at Back A Yard.
Back A Yard Caribbean American Grill
1189 Willow Rd, Menlo Park, CA 94025
642 Ramona Street, Palo Alto, CA 94301