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- 94%Family Travelers
- 62%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 61%Budget Travelers
- 61%Local Culture
- 61%Business Travelers
Member Reviews (15)
- Park ChowMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6Mar 10, 2014
Gayle and I traveled to the City last Friday to see the Georgia O'Keeffe Exhibit at the De Young. Our appointed time was Noon and when we emerged, we were hungry and into taking a nice walk to go find Lunch. There's lots of choices in this shadow of UCSF, but after ambling by both Pacific Catch and Park Chow, Gayle made her decision quickly, and we chose a nice indoor/outdoor table.
Once we were seated, service was initially slow, but once we were finally waited on, our level of customer care improved. I ordered a tuna melt with fries and a beer, while Gayle chose the fish tacos and a glass of house wine. What both of us found odd about Gayle's dish was that the fish was breaded, and when added to the tortilla made for double carbs and kind of an odd combination texture, albeit a tasty one. I think I make a better choice as the tuna mix (with guac) was delicious, the bun fresh, the fries warm and crisp, and the dark beer complimenting it all. Our table was also a very nice place to talk, people watch, and enjoy our date.
- Park ChowOct 20, 2013
Ohhh their Eggs Benedict is so good. And their roasted potatoes. And their french toast with marscapone. And their mimosas. And their chai lattes. And did I mention their Eggs Benedict?
Sit outside (they've got heat lamps) or inside (by the fireplace) for a delicious meal, then work it off in Golden Gate park just down the street.
- Park ChowMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsOct 18, 2013
Tasty food in a great location in the 9th and Irving neighborhood, Chow has an eclectic Asian-cum-Italian menu with locally-sourced ingredients and a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere. Their beer and wine menu is reasonably comprehensive, and Chow is accordingly great for a meal or sunset drink after an afternoon wandering in Golden Gate Park.
- Park ChowMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Oct 15, 2013
Just plain great fusion American Californian food. And not all that expensive either.
It's in a great walkable neighborhood near Golden Gate Park and UCSF.
- Park ChowMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Sep 14, 2013
You'll find healthy and organic "comfort food" at Park Chow, whether you're enjoying a relaxing brunch upstairs under the skylights, or an intimate dinner downstairs by the fireplace. Families love the diverse menu, which ensures that even the pickiest eater will find an option that works for them. Coloring and people watching will help keep the kids entertained while the patient and understanding staff work their magic. Seating is generally available for breakfast, but it's best to call ahead for brunch and dinner on weekends.Recommended for:Family Travelers
- Park ChowSep 24, 2012
Hands down, THE BEST breakfast potatoes I've ever had. I had them at least two years ago and I still get hankerings for them. So, so good - fluffy, crispy, flavorful..... ahhhh
The eggs benedict were pretty good, and the chai was amazing. Definitely going here again the next time I head to San Francisco. :9
- Park ChowMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Jul 05, 2012
Park Chow serves up some mighty delicious breakfast during the week, and super tasty brunch on the weekends. Of course, the place gets pretty packed on the weekend, but they have a same day table reservation system. You can save yourself a wait by calling in ahead, and they'll let you know when your table will be ready - love this system.
I'm usually in the mood for more savory dishes in the morning, but after having their French toast and Marion's Pancakes, I couldn't imagine ordering anything else. If you're not a hearty eater like me, you can just order sides of them. It's the perfect amount of food, and only $10 total for both.
I've also ordered their carnitas scramble, but wasn't really a fan of them. It's all about the French toast and Marion's pancakes!
This location is really big, and I love the warm and cozy feel of the place. It's woodsy and rustic, making it a great place to spend a lazy Sunday - and you can just walk over to Golden Gate Park afterward!
- Park ChowJul 04, 2012
Park Chow is the go-to spot for, well, anyone. Located directly across from Golden Gate Park, Park Chow is a fantastic spot for a bite to eat, a meet up with friends, or even for people watching. With ample seating inside (it looks deceptively small from the street), small and large parties alike are easily accommodated. Their fare is varied and offers many options for those with discriminating taste, restricted eating, or just plain picky. Plenty of beers on draft and other alcoholic options, but the Blood Orange Mimosas are a must! If there is a wait--they do offer call-ahead reservations--there is a magic shop just next door.