Fresh steamed crabs are the main delicacy. There are plenty of choices in cuisines and the type of restaurants in San Francisco. You can choose from American, Asian, Italian, Chinese and Intercontinental cuisine. There are bars, outdoor venues, delicatessens and cheap eats to suit all tastes and budgets. Most restaurants have a casual and welcoming atmosphere and serve delicious food. For breakfast, there are number of coffee houses, fast food restaurants and establishments that serve a full breakfast. Most restaurants close at 10 pm barring a few. Poleng Lounge remains closed on Mondays but open until 1 am on weekdays and until 4am on weekends. Travellers rate Restaurant Gary Danko highly for a perfect exquisite meal with unparalleled service.
If you are looking for a restaurant with a view, there is nothing to beat The Cliff House Bistro. It faces the ocean, breakfast is good and you can enjoy spotting menagerie that is around the Seal Rocks. Henry Denton’s Starlight Room is another pleasant option. If you want moderately priced and innovative food, visit Flour+Water. They make these really thin pizzas over wood with lovely crusts. Salads, pastas and desserts are as delicious as homemade specialities. Visit Lori’s Diner or Crossroads Café for a dinner with family and friends who will be impressed with your choice. Brandy Ho brothers introduced Hunan cooking in San Francisco; it was a major hit with personalities from music and film industry.
Try Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Korean cuisines. They are especially authentic with many Asians having migrated here.