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SF Gate | 12.18.2013
Izakaya Hashiboro Kou review: Worthy of Fillmore Location
The towering space on hte corner of Geary and Fillmore has been a head-scratcher over the years. Within a stone's throw of the Fillmore auditorium and the Kabuki theaters, it's a prime spot that could, and should, be so much more...
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Daily Candy | 10.92013
Get Adventurous at Izakaya Kou
Your seafood know-how starts with Flipper and ends with Free Willy. Take your skills up a notch at Izakaya Kou. A Zen garden vibe (reclaimed wood walls, air plants galore) soothes your senses in preparation for the flavor onslaught to come: Korean-born chef Nick Yoon's (The Ritz Carlton, Namu at the W Hotel) contemporary Japanese cuisine caters to adventurous palates...
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Examiner | 10.5.2013
Have I got an Izakaya for Kou!
First off, I'm sure many of you are scratching your head with a "say what?" expression, so if you haven't had the pleasure of dining in an Izakaya, here's the breakdown...
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The Fillmore News Paper | 10.3.2013
New Izakaya at Fillmore and Geary
ASK NICK YOON, the chef and owner of Izakaya Hashibiro Kou, what speperates his new restaurant at Fillmore and Geary from all the other Japanese and Korean food this culinary city offers...
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Eater SF | 09.20.2013
Hashibiro Kou, Izakaya Style on Fillmore
The Japanese izakaya that's been brewing at Fillmore and Geary has finally opened its doors Named after an endangered Japanese stork, Hashibiro Kou has transformed the former Nan California Korean Kitchen into a warm wood-paneled space featuring...
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