Fisherman's Wharf

$$$$Perfect For:BrunchCasual Weeknight DinnerBig GroupsOutdoor/Patio Situation
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One reason to break that lifelong pledge to avoid Fisherman’s Wharf forever and always: dinner at Surisan. Even though this Korean American spot is in the thick of tourist central, somehow it doesn’t feel like it. Probably because you’re too distracted by heaps of not-too-sticky chicken wings, perfect kimchi fried rice with bacon, solid Korean BBQ plates, and, if you come for brunch, galbi jjim benedicts and loco moco. This place is from the same folks who brought you Kitchen Story and very good trademarked thick-cut candied bacon, and we’re grateful for them. Lunch or dinner on their group-friendly front patio or inside the casual dining room always leads to a “no-complaints-here” meal. 

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