Sign your name on the outdoor whiteboard and wait for them to call you. We were there on a Monday night and had to wait less than 10 minutes. I had the scallop special and it was very good.
This is an oyster shop that is very famous in San Francisco. Castro Street is a gay neighborhood, and it can be considered as an attraction. After shopping, I will stop by. The store has a very small facade, except for the bar, there are only 4 tables for 4 people. As it was past lunch time, I went to the table without waiting. There are not many types of dishes, and all the signature dishes are here. The best one is oysters. There are 3 varieties in a dozen and 4 of each variety, all delicious. Mussels and crabs are also good, the wine is ordered by a glass, and 4 people pay 230 dollars in the end.
They came here for seafood. Their Jumbo Crab is tender and thick. It's just right when it's fried. Other seafood is pretty good too. After eating a lot of shells, it is delicious
The anchor oyster bar, which opened in 1977, is located in the famous gay neighborhood of San Francisco. The restaurant specializes in seafood dishes. The garlic bread is also amazing. The restaurant is slightly smaller, and you need to be present to sign and be prepared to wait for more than 45 minutes.
Anchor Oyster Bar, shy, on the way to go to the g bar community with my friends, I decided to eat raw oysters for a supplement, haha, the oysters are very fresh and fresh, and there are many handsome guys around eating hahaha