Late night Korean pop-up coming to the Mission this Friday

Former Serpentine sous chef Eric Ehler wrote in to tell us all about Seoul Patch, his new late night Korean pop-up restaurant coming to the Mission this Friday.

Ehler started Seoul Patch in September, and they’ve been operating a lunch pop-up out of Rocketfish in Potrero Hill. Starting this Friday, they’ll be cooking up late night eats at Asiento on 21st and Bryant (that mysterious corner bar with the galaxy mural façade), every other Friday from 10:30pm to 1am. Menu offerings include wings, Korean pancakes, tofu, pickles, and BBQ, and prices will range from $5 to $10.

Pretty exciting stuff given the current lack of Korean fare in the Mission, and a good excuse to migrate over to some of the less traveled corners of the neighborhood.

One Response to “Late night Korean pop-up coming to the Mission this Friday”

  1. Kat says:

    Bring us some jajamyung!