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My friends and I decided to come here on a Friday night. It was packed but the wait wasn't too long. We were second in line with 4 people. After we sat, we decided we wanted to get the whole fried chicken and the whole saucy korean fried chicken.We also got the cheesy corn and the bulgogi soup. I ate both chickens and enjoyed the saucy chicken a lot more than the regular fried chicken. The soup and cheese corn B were delicious and I definitely recommend the cheese corn. When we received the bon chon in the beginning, I was surprised that this place didn't have kim chi with their bon chon. They also play korean music with videos on the back wall of the restaurant which was interesting.
The service was lacking. However, it was a Friday night and it was fully packed.
I'll probably come again to try out their soju because almost all the other tables had it too.

- Jason L. (San Francisco, CA)
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I wander around alone a lot at 3 in the morning. I don't recommend that to most folks, since you are most likely more friendly than I am. What I do recommend is getting into Cocobang late night for the sweet and spicy chicken, cheese corn, kimchi fried rice and bulgogi. But don't be out flaunting this food on the street if you take it to go unless you are trying to get robbed. Those late night urchins will kill a mofo for that cheese corn.

- Dru P. (San Francisco, CA)
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My wife and I happened to walk by this when we were visiting on a business trip. We enjoyed a great meal of Bul-Go-Gi and Spicy Chicken. We shared a big OB beer. The food was great. Simple and fresh with good portions. The Spicy Chicken was excellent. Very spicy, but still very flavorful. The Bulgogi was excellent. Ron Swanson would approve of the meat portions. Service was good. The staff was friendly and professional.
It is a very small space and people tend to camp out at the tables (my wife and I came in, ate, drank, and departed without another table changing out).
Our total bill was $40 with tip included.
Very satisfied with this place! I'd go back without and hesitation.

- Chuck V. (Port Angeles, WA)
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Are you drunk in the tenderloin? trying to look for a place to eat and found that the wait at Ryoko's is just too long? then walk on over to Cocobang!! nice spot for drunk snack foods. had korean fried chicken with the sweet and spicy sauce on the side, french fries, and yogurt soju. i knocked it down a star just because the fries were mediocre and i happen to think i'm a fry connoisseur.

- Tina L. (Huntington Beach, CA)
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Awesome late-night Korean food!
Went here with my cousin and friend and were seated within 10 minutes. The place is small and I agree that is isn't ideal for large groups but they will accommodate your group even so. A party of 10 came after us - good thing we got there before them. lol.
Ordered the Bibimbap and it was freakin' delicious. I'm used to seeing it in the hot stone bowl that fries up the rice and egg even more but it's all good - still really good.
They gave us about 4 side dishes before our food came out (which came out REALLY fast) and we ate til our hearts content.
I read a review that said "be premared to hear your neighboring table's conversation" LOL yes, this is completely true. We heard everything they were saying even if we were trying to have a conversation by ourselves!
All in all, good place for late-night eats since they close at 4am. Will definitely come here again.

- Kat O. (Chesapeake, VA)
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Delicious strawberry soju! I came here after work and there was a 10 minute wait. I'm sure our wait time is nothing compared to peak hours. Cocobang itself is tiny! Be prepared to hear your neighboring table's conversations! Unlike other Korean street food spots in the City (ie Tonight Soju Bar) you get the mini Korean dishes like kimchi, sprouts, tofu, daikon fruit. We only ordered the kimchi pancake and fried chicken. Both hit the spot while downing it with soju.
Service was speedy and friendly!
Will definitely be back.

- Adlyn S. (South San Francisco, CA)
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LOVE CocoBang! My friend and I stumbled upon this place after two hours of searching for something to eat. The food was AWESOME, atmosphere was great and the Strawberry Soju drink was Yumo! We will definitely go back!

- Katie L. (Irvine, CA)
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FAVORITE KOREAN RESTAURANT in the city.
Garlic fried chicken - Everyone I brought to this place loved their chicken!
And I love their garlic fries!
I love how they play kpop music videos, and my friends and I literally got free drinks for dancing Gangnam style.
Parking around the area kinda sucks, but that shouldn't stop anyone :)

- V B. (San Francisco, CA)
 
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