Went there today, waited 75 mins for a seat. Fantastic experience. Staff are chilled and excellent. Make sure you research the ‘off menu’ items before arriving. Highly recommend the Sicilian Sushi, for example. Check out the sfchronicle for the off menu items.
I really don't know where to come with so many praises, this is the worst store I have experienced in sf. The food is really very general. The most famous raw oysters are not as delicious as the port's chart house. The crab is far worse than fog harbor fish house. The environment in the store is also bad. It is a bar, which can accommodate up to 20 people. Prices are definitely more than 20 per person, we ordered 3 small dish for 85 dollars for the two of us.
The two of us waited in line for an hour, and then waited for another 15 minutes to clean the bar. None of the five workers were willing to come up to serve. Instead of making us, they ordered the food first and then came in and took it. Health on yelp is also a lot of squeaking, not wearing gloves to cook empty-handed, and also cash collection, cleaning the bar, very disgusting.
There was no receipt at the time of check-out. Only one old man came to tell us that he was 85 dollars. He didn't hear the price. He asked the old man and patted the table. I doubted him most.
Swan Oyster Depot is a small seafood restaurant. The shop is relatively small and has a few locations. It is said that there are long queues every day. The food looks very delicious and delicious, but I still prefer the domestic taste compared to the cooking technique.
Another internet celebrity. Swan Oyster Depot is an old family-run store with a nostalgic decoration. Although the store is very small, you have to walk sideways to sit down, but you still can’t hide the freshest seafood in the city. There is always a long line here. The radio in the store always broadcasts baseball games, and the staff cheers together when they are excited, and they also give away a large oyster. The atmosphere is great. You must try the 3 foods here: sourdough bread with crab roe, sea urchin and raw oysters. This shop cleverly combines seafood and Japanese art of raw eating together, creating an unstoppable spark. Oysters, sashimi, crabs and sea urchins! It is rated as a "seafood paradise" by people, and it is really a restaurant with as beautiful food as its name. Looking at the oysters that are bigger than those sold in other stores, did you take another deep sip of water?
This is a western seafood restaurant located on Polk Street near Japantown. The restaurant is small and there are not many seats, so I always see people waiting in line. The seafood provided here is a bit like Chinese food stalls. They are not too particular, but the price is not expensive, the quantity is relatively large, and it is very affordable, so it attracts so many diners.
The oldest fresh food bar in San Francisco, the store is very small and has only one row of seats. It has to be ranked every day and often sold out in the afternoon. It serves a variety of seafood including oysters, shrimps, crabs, all kinds of sea fish and so on. Most of them are eaten raw, without any hot dishes. Be cautious if you have a bad stomach.
Very recommended restaurant, delicious, but you need to have time and patience, long lines. I like oysters very much, assorted salads, and forgotten its name, seafood similar to sashimi. Sourdough bread is also delicious. Worthy of the old store