Saw this on the Sosh app - and it piqued my interest. So decided to host for a table of 6.
Seoul Patch — a pop-up restaurant that serves San Francisco-style Korean food — hosts its final pop-up for a while. Expect the usual Asian-American fusion that has garnered a cult following for Seoul Patch: Iowa chili mazemen (ramen with less broth), Japakorean pancakes, and mochi chicharrones are scheduled to make an appearance.
The man behind the curtain is Chef Eric Ehler, a Korean-American chef who was adopted and raised in what he calls a white bread community. He moved from Iowa to San Francisco and worked his way up the ranks from line cook to sous chef at Serpentine.
Then, a fateful first trip to Korea instilled in him a desire to focus on Korean food. After learning about the random American foods that have been adopted and adapted by Koreans, Chef Ehler returned to San Francisco with Seoul Patch.
NOTE: There are no table reservations for this event, so we'll meet up in front of Serpentine at 6:30pm and then partake of the Korean fusion offerings.
Yelp review for Seoul Patch: http://www.yelp.com/biz/seoul-patch-san-francisco
Seoul Patch Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=601747276534360&set=a.252865118089246.58300.249499135092511&type=1&theater
- $1 nonrefundable RSVP to join our group. No shows and cancellations made within 24 hours of the event will be recorded as a demerit by our group. Individuals with demerits may be removed from the "Attending" list for future events.