This spot is owned by the same people as The Slanted Door, and while there’s a full-service Out The Door across town, this one is much more of a grab-and-go scenario, with things like spring rolls, noodles, and pork buns. If you work near the Ferry Building, this is a good spot to come for lunch.
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