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INNER SUNSET RESTAURANTS - by Cuisine
Inner Sunset restaurants are organized in an alphabetical list - by cuisine type.
AMERICAN & CONTINENTAL
- Park Chow
1238 9th Avenue (between Irving & Lincoln)
All-day menus with a front patio and upstairs deck. This Inner Sunset venue is the sister restaurant to Chow in the Castro and in Lafayette.
- Peasant Pies
1039 Irving Street (at 12th) (415) 731-1978
Southern French style pies with fillings like Moroccan lentil, chicken potato, and vanilla flan.
627 Irving Street (between 7th & 8th)
Diners select prepared, healthful foods from different stations – greens, sides, meats, dressings and desserts.
92 Judah (at 6th)
Ethnically diverse menu with creations inspired by Filipino, Indian, Cuban and other cuisines. This Inner Sunset restaurant also serves weekend brunch.
- Yellow Submarine
503 Irving Street (between 6th & 7th)
Sub sandwiches: pepper steak, steak and cheese, pastrami, veggie, and other varieties. .
- San Tung Chinese
1031 Irving Street (between 11th & 12th) (415) 242-0828
Chinese food with dumplings, dry fried chicken, stir frys and soups.
COFFEE, TEA & BAKERIES
- Arizmendi Bakery Cooperative
1331 9th Avenue (between Irving & Judah)
A worker-owned co-op in the Inner Sunset - with baguettes, olive bread, cheese rolls, pizza, shortbread and other baked goods.
- The Beanery
1307 9th Avenue (between Irving & Judah)
A popular Inner Sunset coffee place with a selection of regular and organic coffee and tea, and small tables for seating.
- Secret Garden Tea House
721 Lincoln Way (between 8th & 9th)
Floral-themed tea room with a variety of tea services and light fare. More Tea Room Picks in San Francisco.
BREAKFAST & DINERS
- Art’s Cafe
747 Irving Street (between 8th & 9th)
A favorite Inner Sunset hole-in-the-wall breakfast joint with traditional American breakfasts, eggs, hash browns, and also Korean BBQ.
624 Irving Street (between 7th & 8th)
Crepes made with ingredients like Nutella, egg dishes, sandwiches and salads.
822 Irving Street (between 9th & 10th)
Burgers, salads and breakfast fare like omelettes.
- Howard’s Cafe
1309 9th Avenue (between Irving & Judah)
Inexpensive and traditional American breakfast comfort foods.
- Irving Street Cafe
716 Irving Street (between 8th & 9th)
Breakfast and burger place with items like corned beef hash, egg dishes, breakfast burritos and tuna melts.
1376 9th Ave. (between Irving & Judah)
Local diner with breakfasts and American fare such as burgers.
- New Eritrea
907 Irving Street (between 10th & 11th) (415) 681-1288
Eritrean specialties, injera bread, meat dishes, veggie dishes, and unusual cocktails to sample.
1220 9th Avenue (between Irving & Lincoln)
Indian food from tandoori to curry to korma.
- Naan ‘n Curry
642 Irving Street (between 7th & 8th)
Inexpensive, self-service Indian food. This Inner Sunset restaurant is part of a small chain.
JAPANESE & SUSHI
1283 9th Avenue (between Irving & Lincoln)
Sushi, teriyaki, fried oysters and other Japanese dishes.
1290 9th Avenue (between Irving & Lincoln)
(415) 753-6045 Japanese noodle house also serving sushi. Sister restaurant of Ebisu.
408 Irving Street (between 5th & 6th) (415) 731-7077 Sushi and fusion menu with traditional sushi and also specialty rolls with a twist. Also has small plates to share, sake menu and desserts.
MEXICAN RESTAURANTS & TAQUERIAS
- La Fonda
712 Irving Street (between 14th & 15th)
Inexpensive taqueria and burrito place, with a few places to sit, but mostly take-out.
POLYNESIAN & HAWAIIAN
- Kaleo Cafe
1340 Irving Street (between 14th & 15th)
Hawaiian-themed ambiance with coffee, beverages and lite fare like sandwiches and desserts.
INNER SUNSET SEAFOOD
- PJ’s Oyster Bed
737 Irving Street (between 8th & 9th)
Oysters, gumbo, smoked Louisiana baby back rips, and other New Orleans style menu items.
- Marnee Thai
1243 9th Avenue (between Lincoln & Irving)
A favorite Inner Sunset Thai place with several local “best of” awards.
- Café Gratitude
1336 9th Avenue (between Irving & Judah)
All organic vegan and raw food, and a restaurant committed to sustainable and local farming. This Inner Sunset restaurant also has a venue in Berkeley - East Bay.
420 Judah Street (between 9th & 10th)
Vietnamese food with dishes like sesame beef and coconut rice. Dragonfly doesn’t serve pho but does have other soup.
- Yummy Yummy
1015 Irving Street (between 11th & 12th)
Vietnamese menu includes pho, curries, imperial rolls.