Published December 03, 2012
Korean Street Food Across from Zynga
And now, today’s market report...
Stock in Zynga: seen better days.
Stock in Zynga HQ’s neighborhood: looking up.
Stock in ramen futures: a strong, strong buy.
The reason: Gung Ho
, a handsome new Korean spot from the guys behind those tasty Seoul Patch
pop-ups, now open for lunch in SoMa.
So, Seoul Patch. You might’ve encountered their ramyeon (Korean ramen) at the likes of Dear Mom. This is
a permanent version of that
. A lofty spot, with low white sofas, a communal table and, most importantly,
a bar. (Oh, and a counter that looks right into Zynga’s HQ, if you’re into the whole corporate espionage
If you only want to stay a short while, peruse the day’s available dishes (they’re showcased in a glass
display case). We’re thinking you’ll want the Korean fried-chicken sandwich
, mostly because it’s made with
If you want to stay a longer while, opt for a bowl of bibimbap (Korea’s signature
rice/meat/sunny-side-up-egg dish) and a large bottle of Hite beer. There’s also a small but expanding
selection of soju and sake that’ll come in especially handy once happy hour and dinner start tomorrow
For when you want to stay a really long while.
680 8th st
(at Townsend St)
San Francisco, CA 94103