We had lunch here on Sunday and I'm not a great seafood person but have to say if you want to have seafood this is a great place. It is a bit of wait to get in on a weekend lunch but it is worth it.
Weekend lunch—- San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf⛵️ Seafood restaurant Fog Harbor Fish House, a typical seaside dining experience in San Francisco. The specialties are garlic grilled crab, fish steak, steak, lobster, crabmeat and clam soup... Yummy... On the second floor of restaurant PIER 39, you can enjoy the spectacular view of Alcatraz Island, PIER 39 sea lions and the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. The cozy lobby offers a warm fireplace and invincible sea views...
San Francisco SFC Fisherman's WharfDinner at Fog Harbor Fish House of Pier 39 ~ The ups and downs have gone up and down for most of the day, and the calf muscles are quite strong. I only have dinner at ten o'clock in the evening. I have no chance to meet the sea lions that come out to sun. The Dungeness crab, clam seafood soup, butter sea rainbow bread crab from the Internet celebrity shop, come to memorialize my five internal organs temple, delicious [色]The clam seafood soup here has ordinary pots and noodle packaging pots, everywhere. It’s because the bread crab is a bit expensive and it’s okay to tip. I am also used to Alipay and WeChat.
Feeling 1: Fresh, adequate, and delicious. Three people can't finish it. The price is cheaper than Sanya. Feeling 2: The order is embarrassing. The English on the menu is not common, and I don’t know what it is. Thanks to the waiter, the beautiful woman of Eastern European descent, who is very enthusiastic and patient, she also brought the album for comparison, but the time is still a long time. I turned the table three times after eating. Feeling 3: The restaurant’s environment is elegant, facing the Gulf, where diners are meeting at the United Nations, European, American, African, Indian, Mexican, etc., seemingly Chinese also speak English, and there are many and enthusiastic waiters, only 18[%] to 20[% ] The written tip requirement with explanations in five languages feels a bit high. Feeling 4: More humane, take the initiative to provide the little guy with crayons and drawing paper for her to finish painting. After the meal, the waiter took the initiative to ask whether to drive, and there was a two-hour free parking ticket. Feeling 5: The legendary Chinese, who accounted for one-third of the population in San Francisco, seems to have been assimilated, and Chinese is rarely heard. Maybe this is not a Chinese community.
This is on the second floor of Pier 39 Commercial Street, next to the crab house. The environment and view of the harbor are very good. Half a dozen oysters, a plate of mussels and fries, and a large plate of seafood stew, Sheng Huiren's famous coin is about 1,000 yuan. The taste is generally salty.
In San Francisco’s Pier 39 Fisherman’s Wharf, where restaurants gather, Fog Harbor Fish House occupies a very conspicuous street frontage. The restaurant located on the second floor can enjoy a very nice view of the bay, which is very suitable for resting when you are tired. All kinds of seafood are the signature here. Prawns, crabs, oysters, lobsters, clams, salmon... everything. Even if you don’t like seafood, there are steak and lamb chops to choose from. Cioppino seafood chowder tomato soup is the signature here, and many customers will come here to eat it. Seafood includes crabs, fish, shrimps, clams and scallops. The presentation is beautiful and the weight is full. The seafood tastes very good. The tomato soup is very delicious because it is mixed with the umami flavor of the seafood. The bread is great! Baked Oysters grilled oysters. Those who don't like to eat raw oysters can choose this kind of roasted oysters, you will love it. The oysters are covered with a layer of fragrant Parmesan cheese, which has just been roasted until melted; the oysters below are so delicious that they melt in the mouth. Clam Chowder, this clam chowder is known as the No. 1 in the San Francisco Bay Area. The soup base is thick and not too greasy, the clam meat is generous, moderately salty, and the mouth is smooth. But frankly speaking, my favorite clam chowder in the Bay Area is the Hog Island Oyster Co. Fog Harbor Fish House because it’s relatively large, so you don’t need to wait too long for non-meals. The service is very welcoming, and the kitchen will help you divide the dishes, if necessary. There is also a bar counter in the restaurant, which is suitable for family gatherings and also suitable for drinking with colleagues and friends after get off work.