2027 Chestnut St, San Francisco, CA 94123
- Mon - Sun
11:00 am - 9:30 pm
General InfoPacific Catch maintains a location in beautiful San Francisco, Ca. The restaurant features a Pacific-style cuisine with a casual Fish House setting. Although Casual, Pacific Catch is a popular location for special events and promotions due to the quality menu and flavors the food brings to your table. Come see us soon!
Bike Parking: Yes
Cuisines: Asian, Caterers, Mexican, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Latin American, Seafood
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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You must get the Ahi Tuna bowl here. I try to get this at least once every two weeks. You can add brown rice if you dont want white rice. Sweet potato fries and dipping sauce are also amazing.
Never have I had a restaurant so willing to accomodate me. I couldn't make up my mind between the wasabi bowl or the fish tacos so they gave me both, half a bowl and one fish taco. It was outstanding and the prices aren't to be believed, they are dirt cheap and the food is wonderful. I wish I had them at home, I'd be there every week. The wait staff is more than friendly, I even got a hug on my way out. Not to be missed when in San Francisco!
I'm an avid Pacific Catch visitor. I have actually gotten takeout here more than eaten at the restaurant because it's so tiny and always packed. Their rice bowls and grilled artichokes are delicious. It's worth the trek across town to get takeout here.
i eat here at least once a month and everything i've ever had has been delicious! my favorites though: ahi poke wasabi bowl, sweet potato fries, grilled artichokes. tiny space so you may have to wait if you want to dine-in but it's totally worth it!
I had the unagi rice bowl or dinner and started having weird stomach grummblings a few hours later. The next morning I woke up and basically spent the entire day running back and forth from my bed to the bathroom. Luckily, I'm a relatively healthy person and got over it in 24 hours but imagine what it could have done to a kid. I'm never going back - I don't care how good the food is or how popular the place is. It's not worth it.
Just moved to the neighborhood and checked this place out because of all the favorable reviews. I was not disappointed. I'll return again and again! To say the sweet potato fries will rock your world is the understatement of the year. They are crispy, non-greasy, full of sweet potato flavor, and perfectly salted. I'm salivating just thinking about them. I had a shrimp taco, a mahi mahi taco, the fries, and a lemongrass iced tea and my bill was less than $13. Everything was cooked fresh to order on the grill behind the counter. I didn't have any kind of wait to sit down, but then again I was there at lunchtime during the week. It'll be interesting to see how busy it gets at night or on the weekend, but take-out is available so no worries - if the wait is too long I'll just take the food home. Highly recommend this place.
The fish was really good, and the sandwich tasted delicous! the portions were good too, i was able to save some for the next day. the sweet potato fries are a plus!
The sashimi rice bowls are the best take out dish ever. The sandwiches are also great. It's tough to get a table and the place is definitely too small but well worth the wait. Affordable too.
I think this is one of my favorite restruants in the City (and Marin). It's small so seating is tight, but the food is always great!!! And the staff is nice. The one in Marin is much larger, but almost feels like a large chain. Stick to the one in the Marina.
Thank You Citysearch members for steering us to this outstanding eatery. My wife and I live in landlocked Denver. In the age of overnight air freight, terrific seafood is readily available in our neck of the woods. Still, wherever we travel we make it a point to savor commodities the locals might take for granted. We are value-oriented Chow Hounds who seek-out the freshest of ingredients prepared simply and deliciously without pretense. With that in mind, Pacific Catch might be our greatest dining discovery. It's like a comfortable neighborhood Steak & Egg Kitchen that just happens to prepare pristine sushi-grade seafood with an Asian twist behind the counter; instead of omlettes and flapjacks. The quality and quantity of food we received might easily have commanded triple he price elsewhere. DO NOT miss the sweet potato fries. We dream of them still. Chili-heads should order them with the spicy salt mixture. There are a handful of cozy tables in the storefront window, but there's nothing more compelling than a well-oiled kitchen crew in full swing a mere four feet from your seat at the bar. Even the dishwasher is just steps away from the grill behind that bustling counter. Service is welcoming, bright, efficient, and seems genuinely aware that they are important components in a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. When things settled down just a bit after the dinner rush, the new manager spent some quality time with our party, picking our brains about how on Earth a couple of San Francisco newcomers happened upon such a place. Again, props to Citysearch reviewers. Whoever created this restaurant is a freakin' genius. If you're a foodie who loves to brag about what terrific meal you had, and further astound your buds with how little you paid, this is your kind of place. We will certainly return EVERY time we vist S.F.
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