Somehow this place survives. It's not bad my friend. THis is more of a brunch type place or maybe lunch.
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There was something unexplainable in my fruit cup. My colleague ordered the salmon and poached eggs dish. The salmon was tossed, and the fruit cup was left. If you decide to patronized this establishment, the establishment is decorated in rainbows and covered in spiderwebs.
Messed up our reservations to start with. We called in and made reservations for four but when we got there they had no record and said they only take reservations for 8. Nonetheless, it was crowded but we were seated in 20-30 minutes. Service was...More
We stopped here to visit a friend of mine who actually worked at the restaurant. We ate on the patio and had a few appetizers -including a rice ball with a marinara sauce and we had a pizza that had corn on it and finished...More
A mixture of Italian and Asian offerings fill out most of the menu, but you can get a burger (some were disappointed) and, I think, vegan or vegetarian dishes. We started by sharing a pizza. Three of us shered a bottle of house Chilean Cabernet....More
We liked Chow so much, that we ate there twice. The food tasted fresh. We tried a Thai chicken salad, and a halibut dinner, which was very delicate and delicious. We also had spaghetti and meatballs which were extremely rich and wonderful. The vegetarian lasagna...More
I have been coming to Chow for many years and it's one of my favorite places in SF. The staff is friendly and the food is consistently delicious. They also yummy desserts so save room for some pie or ginger cake! It's great place for...More
Solid diner menu with good appetizers, sandwiches and breakfast. Portions are big so bring an appetite or plan to split something.
We stopped here for lunch and had a late breakfast of "Eggs Benedict" that were perfectly prepared. The hollandaise sauce was well prepared and the eggs we cooked yet still with soft yolks. The true highlight of the meal was Kristi who manages the restaurant...More