At Ssisso in San Francisco, be prepared for a hot new take on Korean food. Combining traditional Korean cooking with the innovative flair of Korean street food, Ssisso offers clean presentation using the freshest ingredients, making a visit an exploration of new meets old. Noodles, hot pots and Korean-style BBQ means there’s something on the menu for everyone’s taste. Try starters like tofu fry or bulgogi salad, or a budaejjigae hot pot to share with the whole table.
Emphasizing the fresh ingredients of Northern California with the Korean love of all things spicy, dinners in the Bay Area will not want to miss a trip to Ssisso.
Always a great adventure when I come here! Janet and her staff are wonderful! The food is delicious and the portions are huge! Great for groups and parties! Definitely will be back soon!
Excellent! Food was delicious and service, on point!
went here for my birthday dinner with about 9 or so guests. food was good and inexpensive. drinks were good but no hard alcohol. everything made with sake (cocktails). service was decent but forgot some drinks often and didn't check in with us as much as you'd expect w/ a large group. the lighting is too bright. overall, it was fun, but could use some improvement.
Was seated for over 20 minutes with no service - finally had to flag down a server to ask if we could order food. The order did come out fairly quickly and was okay.
We decided to try this place for the first time. It was a great dining experience for all four of us. We each said we would definitely return.
The potions are very generous (two could easily split a single meal). Very tasty! Highly recommend this place if you're after Korean BBQ.
Honey shrimp and potsticker appetizers were delicious and a good size, very shareable for 4 people. The dolsot bibimbap was also very good, why would you get it in a regular bowl when you could get it in a dolsot?! I will be back, I am curious about the beer tower but I need to round up more people to share it with me first!
Quick service and tons of food. Their wings and kimchi fried rice are the best! And a new fave - shrimp salad with black miso dressing!
Great choice of food, but definitely loved the bibimbap.
This is one of the few Korean restaurants in the east part of the city. The galbi was a little too fatty, but the soontofu was amazing. They charge $1 extra for an egg whereas Korean restaurants in LA give it for free. Overall, the ambiance and service were great. I will definitely be coming back if I am craving Korean food again.
The food was remarkably awful and inedible don't go here!