Off The Menu: Dancing Bull Korean BBQ Takes Over Hanuri

imageHanuri on 6th ave and Geary blvd now is home to a new Korean eatery that could possibly bring great eats to the 6th ave circuit.

Focused on bulgogi only and the grills it uses, the Dancing Bull offers a minimal but also extensive menu of fine beef combinations and reintroducing the people to the founding foods that South Korea has come to know and love.

Partners Jason Kim and Tony Chong
opened Dancing Bull in late August, and it’s been packed ever since. With a background cell phone billing (of all things), they wanted to try
something new and teamed up with chef Jun Lee, who has
25 years of experience in restaurants like Morimoto in Napa.

The menu
offers multiple versions of the Korean classic. Bulgogi-focused dishes like bulgogi japchae (sweet
potato noodles
) and bulgogi dukbokki (stir-fried rice cakes), and don’t forget about the all-you-can-eat bulgogi, which comes with
your choice of beef or pork and bone broth soup and assorted vegetables —
all cooked on that one copper grill — for $20.50 per person. For
another $3.50, you can add fried rice or noodles to cook on the grill
after you’re done with your meat. #dead.

We can safely say hell YES to this new food institution… We mean, how could you not?

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to 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11:30 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 12 a.m., and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m.


Written by Anthony Rogers, photos sourced from Yelp and Dancing Bull’s Instagram — Need more foodie knowledge? Get our newsletter weekly for the best in “curated SF.”

Off The Menu: Dancing Bull Korean BBQ Takes Over Hanuri

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