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Golden Gate Fortune Cookies Co

56 Ross Aly, San Francisco, CA 94108-1204
+1 415-781-3956
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“ross alley” (27 reviews)
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56 Ross Aly, San Francisco, CA 94108-1204
Chinatown
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+1 415-781-3956
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This factory is tucked in an alley off of a main street in Chinatown, but just look for the lines of tourists, and you won't miss it. The extent of sightseeing is the ability to see old Chinese ladies hand-forming fortune cookies by taking the...More

Thank TYPSUKR
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

After reading the positive reviews about the fortune cookie place, I was so excited to visit and made my family promise we could do so on our last day in San Francisco. We arrived just as they were opening so we were the first people...More

1  Thank Michele D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

"Go with the flow will make your transition even much easier" LEARN CHINESE - Running. Lucky Numbers: 27, 35, 31, 23, 24, 51. Wonder how the make them, stop at this small factory / shop and watch. Will take you 5 mins to go in...More

Thank agustin_farias
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Tiny little shop tucked in an alleyway. Could miss it if not paying attention. Several elderly women working on old-school machines that work magic. This work requires manual dexterity. It was fascinating to watch this art. Samples given. Lots of different kinds of cookies available...More

Thank ViajeroJBW
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

So many cookies and so many flavors all around! You get to taste the cookies and actually watch them make it! You can also write your own fortune and they'll put it in a cookie for you (for a small fee). My best friend and...More

Thank Christine M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Yes, it is in an alley. It was a nice walking adventure to find this place and it was an excellent find! The flat cookies were given away to visitors to entice purchase of their products. It was really cool to be able to watch...More

1  Thank MyrnaLynDAbang
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Growing up in the Bay Area, we would always go to Pier 39, Fisherman's Wharf and of course Chinatown for field trips and weekend fun. A part of that was stopping by the factory to get a bag. I have always loved getting the flat...More

Thank PLB1908
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

This spot is a little off the beaten path but great! Watching the ladies fold the warm cookies and put the fortune inside was pretty cool. We were handed a sample of a flat cookie before the fortune was put into it. Very tasty! Only...More

Thank Mary Ann C
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

Store was hard to find. I had to walk down an alley. Cookies were fresh and good. 5.00 for the bag I got. Would definitely visit again when in town.

Thank Karen W
Reviewed 8 August 2017

It's worth the stop you will see Fortune Cookies made. They also sell them . It's part of the tours in China Town. Well worth it. I purchase a bag of fortune cookies - they were very fresh! Great stop for Kids.

Thank Jo A
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Midory G
25 February 2017|
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Response from Darren L | Reviewed this property |
I don't know for sure, but would guess normal business hours. Google Maps says 8am-6pm, 7 days a week. No tour, but you can see them pressing the cookies when you step inside. Very small place.
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