Namu Gaji

Namu RiceI haven’t posted much about Fat Tuesday group food excursions of late. (I’ve been making longer trips hither and yon.)

Taking a break from the usual errands, chores and routines of the week, we pulled ourselves together and made a trip up to SF to visit Namu Gaji.

Namu Gaji serves contemporary Korean-ish food in a super cool space next to Dolores Park, Mission Dolores, Bi-Rite Market and Creamery, Tartine Bakery, Pizzeria Delfina, and a whole bunch of other cool places.  (If you’re into food and in SF, this is a bad street for a diet.)   Namu Menu for Lunch

Staying true to the group value of trying everything, we ordered one of everything on the lunch menu. I fretted needlessly about the amount we were ordering.
The Namu Table for LunchLunch is served as take out in pressed board boxes.  On a nice day, Dolores Park is a great place to take the food. In today’s case, it looked like rain, so we stayed in and enjoyed the salvaged wood table running down the middle of the room.Gamja Fries NamuNamu Okonomiyaki PancakeNamu Miso Caesar Salad Namu CK SandoEverything was super tasty.  I especially recommend the Gamja Fries, the Kimchee Fried Rice, and the Okonomiyaki.

We finished everything and walked down the street to Tartine for treats for home.

Even though it was Wednesday, it’s the Fat Tuesday Group way.

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2 Responses to Namu Gaji

  1. Yum! I sure do miss living in the Bay area! The food is just so yummy…

  2. superagent69 says:

    Great photos…very appetizing. Everything looks fresh and tasty.

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