San Francisco doesn’t have too many places to hang out outdoors - which is understandable (thanks, fog). But there's another great addition in the form of Um.ma. This Korean restaurant in the Inner Sunset has a huge back patio with big tables you’ll want to sit at when the sun is shining. The food alone is worth the trip though. We especially like the mandu guk soup that’s full of rich pork and shrimp dumplings, and the mackerel with crispy skin and perfectly charred meat.
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