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Vietnamese Restaurants in San Francisco, CA
1.Cordon Bleu Vietnamese Restaurant
1574 California St
Great menu of about a dozen spectacular dishes. Cheap. Gets crowded at dinner - limited seating. Large portions! Get the sauce on the side. Worth the wait.
2.Lotus Garden Vietnamese Cuisine
3216 Mission St
Wow, Kathy ads a special touch, great customer service, fresh and tasty food, we live in the neighborhood and go quite often. We loved it so much we decided to have our Wedding rehearsal family dinner there, she did a private party for us, family style, great deal too. The temporarily closed for remodeling after a terrible fire next door caused water damage, she should reopen later this year, maybe by December, worth the wait! Love you Lotus Garden and Kathy.
3.Pho Ha Pien
1900 Ocean Ave
Pho Ha Tien is one of those restaurants where I have found it is best to order take-out. The food is authentic and tasty, and the service is erratic and often unfriendly. If you can bypass the curt help, the cold, rice paper-wrapped shrimp rolls served with peanut sauce are a great start to your meal, as are the fried imperial rolls. The seafood noodle soup (or pho) is delicious with the fresh herbs served on the side, and their Vietnamese sandwiches are the best reason I have found to visit the restaurant. Also, you can order a tapioca drink (from the drink menu, not the dessert) or a Thai iced tea to go with your meal. Good luck!
4.Aux Delices Vietnamese Restaurant
2327 Polk St
I have been going here for years. It is consistenly good food with friendly service in a nice place. It is unique as it is a value with a nice ambiance. They are anice family who has been doing this for years. They have done little in the past to advertise and that is the only reason I can think of that it is not crowded on a regular basis.
This little hole in the hall has the best Vietnamese sandwich I ever had. Authentic. Soup is over the top. I drive an hour to come here and eat. My wife is Vietnamese and its the real deal. Highly recommended.
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6.The Slanted Door
1 Ferry Building Ste 3
Swanky place to have lunch or dinner at the ferry building. Make reservations or you will have to wait. Take out available outside.
891 Beach St
Whenever I'm in San Francisco I go there at least once. I went there for the first time 5 years ago and I keep coming back. It's always just fantastic. The food, the service, the ambiance, everything. I've always had a wonderful experience each time I went. The food is always amazing, they have some pretty cool cocktails and one of the best wine lists I've seen around. They always have a tasting menu of some kind and they're always the best deal, but everything on the menu is just fantastic. It's heavy on seafood, but non-seafood eaters can also find wonderful items on the menu. They can't do anything wrong for me. I'm in love with this place. Ask for Hoang as your waiter and you'll be in good hands!
8.Le Colonial Restaurant
20 Cosmo Pl
Love this place! They have branches in New York, and Chicago. If you love Vietnamese fusion food, this is a must try. They have an excellent bar and the service is great.
8 6th St
nice service, quick cooking, delicious food, and a small tab for a large meal.
10.Ppq Vietnamese Cuisine
1816 Irving St
I've just been here once but I had a great experience. The imperial rolls are the best I've had in SF so far - very fresh and tasty. The vermicelli and pork was excellent too. And you can't beat the prices.
2109 Clement St
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1406 Polk St
I've never had the pho here because the buhn (or bun, however you spell it) is the best I have ever had. It's a vermicelli noodle dish with a sweet/sour sauce, topped with bbq pork or imperial rolls. Here, they grill the meat perfectly, and they sprinkle it with deep fried shallots, green onions, peanuts, and vegetables to create an unbelievable meal with amazing tastes and textures.\r \r I've ordered the same thing at least 5 times, and my only disappointment was when I made an order for take-out, and they gave me the wrong dish! It was a rice dish with the same bbq pork, but nothing can compare to that #26 buhn.
3317 Steiner St
I've visited Three Seasons on many occasions. I've returned not only for the food and drink but also the atmosphere and the great staff. Let's start with the Spring Rolls. There is something for everyone. My favorite is the Summer Spring roll. While one other reviewer claimed the sauces were ""terrible"" I find the sauces a perfect compliment and set up for the main courses. That is where the real flavor lies. Now, the courses...Satays ""Cha Ca"" is a perfect delicate white fish. Soups...Dungeness Crab Meat...is great. Small Plates offer a favorite of mine the Saigon Crepe...very nice. Large Plates....I always get the Catfish in a Clay Pot...unbelievable. I hated fried catfish growing up in the South. But this interpretation is amazing...spicy and very flavorful. Don't feel intimidated if you've never tried this food. The staff is very cordial and are more then willing to help you with any recommendations.
I visited My Canh today and was very pleased with its delicious food and fast service. They were so nice! I was eighty cents short when the check came, and the waitress didn't sweat it. I will definitely be going back again, not only to repay my debt, but also to sample more of their wonderful food. Features a large selection of vegetarian dishes as well.
717 Ellis St
I've had pho all over the bay area (sf, sj, oakland, fremont; basically you name it and i've eaten pho there) and hands down, this place serves the BEST pho (it's not called a #1 but rather a #19). i actually found this place on accident. i go to school in the tenderloin area and so i've had numerous opportunities to eat pho around here and this place destroys the competition. AND THAT'S SAYING SOMETHING BECAUSE THE AREA IS CALLED "LITTLE SAIGON." i used to eat at pho 2000 (about a block away) UNTIL i found them ky. for less than $7, you get the largest bowl of pho (well, ignoring the pho garden challenge). you owe it to yourself to check this place out and give it a try. i eat here once a week! the soup is really hot and really flavorful!!!!!!!!!!!!
16.Little Paris Coffee Shop
939 Stockton St
If you are in China Town, don't forget to stop by this place, they have the best sandwiches and Pho, the prices are very seasonable !! The store is very clean compared to other Chinese restaurants around the area.
505 Washington St
I can't believe other people don't know about Sai's. It's on the north end of the Financial District at Sansome and Washington. And it's just really great, inexpensive food. Nothing fancy about it, but it's a great lunch spot.
18.Rose Vietnamese Restaurant
791 Ofarrell St
Of all the Vietnamese restaurants in this neighborhood, Rose's is my favorite. Excellent pho, friendly service, and the clean.
19.Kim Thanh Restaurant
607 Geary St
i actually really don't want to tell anyone about this place....so it won't get too crowded..! but i do want them to continue doing well. their crab dish is to die for. shrimp with garlic sauce and steam is fresh and delicious! the best seadfood place in the city!
20.Pho Hoa Ky Restaurant
4012 Geary Blvd
The place is now called ""New Hoa Ky"" but still serves the same kind of Chinese/Vietnamese food. For $6.30-6.75, you get a large bowl of pho, ample amounts of thin rice noodles and either chicken, beef or seafood. I liked the 5 spice chicken pho. The chicken was served on the side and consisted of slices of crispy chicken. You add the condiments which came on another plate of bean sprouts, Thai basil, jalapeno pepper slices, lemons, all for you to your broth. The fried imperial rolls were good, accompanied by dry rice noodle and lettuce for you to wrap the egg roll in and dip into the sauce. A very nice, informal and quick meal. There are many other items to try on the menu, including rice plates, porridge, fried rice and fried noodles or appetizers.
21.Quan Pho Inc Inc.
1031 Ocean Ave
The menu was a mix of Vietnamese and American food. Tasted better then I thought it would , but the service lagged.
520 Gough St
23.New Saigon City Restaurant
434 Larkin St
24.Mong Thu Cafe
248 Hyde St
631 Larkin St
1114 Bryant St
27.Ha Nam Ninh
701 Larkin St
28.Pho Saigon Noodle Grill
337 Jones St
45 Turk St
237 Ellis St
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