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Inside Gung Ho, Now In Mini Dinner Service Mode

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Photo: Yelp/Phil C.

A pop-up fairy tale come true, Eric Ehler's Seoul Patch has evolved into a permanent design district restaurant with a fun name: Gung Ho. Ehler just teased his first "mini-dinner service" last night, and as you can see above, the decor contains the beloved reclaimed wood and Edison bulbs. There is also some snazzy looking graphic art adding a punch on the walls.

Ehler's menu always includes ramen and bibimbap. There's been a pork belly muffin sighting, and there are egg custard tarts and Bicycle Coffee available in the morning. Also, according to Yelp, there are Cap'n Crunch cookies, which call to mind Momofuku Milk Bar's creations in New York. If you pop into Gung Ho, do share your early reports in the comments or over the EaterWire.

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Gung Ho

680 8th Street, San Francisco, CA