San Francisco, CA 94118
- Sun 5pm-11pm, Mon-Sat 11am-11pm
- MasterCard, Visa, cash, ATM/Debit
- Takeout, Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly, Vegetarian Friendly, Business Dining
- Dinner, Lunch
- Not Accepted
SF Weekly's Description
The sign outside this modest Inner Richmond restaurant says Korean B.B.Q. Restaurant, but in addition to the expected simple grilled meats such as galbi and bulgogi, Muguboka offers a lengthy menu of soups, stews, and handmade noodles. Interesting offerings include black goat stew, sauteed octopus, and a delicious seafood and green onion pancake that is often brought to the table as a gift. The banchan (small dishes including kimchi, pickled vegetables, and other tasty bites) that comes with all meals features unusual items such as smooth-textured Korean sausage and lightly cooked julienned potato.
Tips from foursquare
Three entrees equals free soondubu
This place has by far the best selection of kimchee dishes. The appetizers are like main dishes, everything is delicious. If vegetarian/vegan look elsewhere... Meat coma galore!
I love their gopchang boke-um more than I can describe. So yummy - and it'll make you sweat!
Lunch specials are good deal!
Come here for the side dishes.
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