First visit and really enjoyed enjoyed the food, atmosphere and friendly staff. A good local Japanese restauant we’ll be visiting frequently.
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Had been to other Guu restaurants and was excited to try Kobachi. Went with some friend around 8:30pm on a Saturday night . The place was quiet when we arrived and rocking when we left-quite a fun atmosphere. We tried a variety of dishes-all were...More
There are so many Guu restaurants one can easily get confused! This is, I think, the third different Guu restaurant we've dined at. The offerings are quite similar but there are twists unique to that restaurant. On this visit, we tried the yummy karaage, some...More
Pleasantly surprised with Guu Kobachi. The lines were shorter than its more popular sister restaurant -- Guu with Garlic. We tried a plethora of small plates and bowls. The food was all delicious, prices were reasonable, and service was fantastic.
It was the first time I visited a Japanese pub style restaurant, and I loved it! It is nicely decorated, and full of friendly staff and customers. The food and drinks were great too.
Excellent small bites izakaya. Great service and vibe. Go early or make a reservation as this place gets busy.
So we had friends over from San Fran and they wanted to go to Guu Kobachi. I was hoping for a more authentic Japanese cuisine. I'm going to suggest this is more like Japanese fast food. We had lots of dishes to share. I guess...More
A group of us were there to celebrate birthdays. We were seated in the lager circular area in the front. Food is good but the portions are small so you end up ordering more than you thought. Overall, great staff, good food.
We made reservations here because it was recommended by The NY Times and we were delighted by the food, service atmosphere & price! As others have noted you can get a variety of creative items including a long list of various deep fried things-try the...More
Hole in the wall place on Denman. Wide selection of traditional and not so traditional Japanese dishes. Perfect spot for a fun evening with friends trying different foods. Get the house sake and then start ordering. There is a permanent menu but the best bet...More