This place has great pho, with a meaty broth that could thaw out Austin Powers before the world needs him again, as well as great salt and pepper crab. It’s right next to San Tung, and if the wait there is longer than you can handle, Yummy Yummy is an excellent place to use as an alternative, especially if the fog starts to roll in while you’re waiting.
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At Ebisu, in the Sunset, go with the fresh fish of the day off the board, or try the poke roll or 49er roll.
Izakaya Sozai in the Sunset makes some of the best ramen in the city, in addition to their small menu of skewers and vegetable dishes.
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Cordon Bleu is a Vietnamese lunch counter in Lower Nob Hill where you can eat a lot of food for cheap. Make sure you get the five spice chicken.
The Slanted Door
Some restaurants that have been around a long time feel like ageless classics. The Slanted Door feels more like an aged classic.
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San Tung is a Chinese restaurant in the Sunset with great chicken wings, but the entire menu is worth trying out.
House of Pancakes
House of Pancakes makes some of the best Chinese food in the whole Sunset. Order as many of the beef and lamb pancakes as you can.
Scoma’s in Fisherman’s Wharf is an old-school seafood spot with some of the best Dungeness crab in the city.
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