6/19/2013 05:30:00 PM

Iconic Summer Dish: The Real Korean Tacos by Namu Gaji

Photo by Doug Zimmerman
LA's Koji truck may have kicked off a national Korean taco craze, but San Francisco's Namu Gaji is recognized for an original take on the idea. The Real Korean Tacos, as they're called, use dried sheets of nori instead of tortillas as the vehicle for BBQ Kalbi short ribs and kimchee salsa. They are available at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market and have also become a staple at summer fests like Outside Lands. Now that the restaurant has logged a couple of seasons in the Mission after moving from the original Richmond District spot, they're a fixture at Dolores Park picnics and parties too.


Post a Comment