Saturday, April 12, 2014

San Francisco, CA - Slanted Door

Slanted Door is Charles Phan’s nationally-acclaimed Vietnamese restaurant that anchors the north-east corner of the historic Ferry Building Marketplace, home to San Francisco's largest Farmer's Market. This upscale Vietnamese Restaurant originally started in the Mission District and became such a local hit that it had to move downtown. Floor to ceiling windows give way to breathtaking views of the Bay Bridge and Treasure Island from most tables.

The 175-seat restaurant serves lunch and dinner seven days a week, has a full bar with signature cocktails, and offers outdoor seating. The menu ranges from Vietnamese street food to complex meat and seafood entrees.

Here's a look at what we devoured:

Barbecued willis ranch pork spareribs, scallion, cilantro, honey-hoisin sauce:

Cellophane noodles, green onion, dungeness crab, sesame:

Crispy branzino, tamarind, ginger, crispy leek, thai basil:

Grass-fed estancia shaking beef, cubed filet mignon, watercress, red onion, lime sauce:

Organic chicken claypot, caramel sauce, thai chili, fresh ginger:

Cotton candy:

Valrhona chocolate & peanut butter cream pie with peanut crumble:

Take time to enjoy the view on your way out!

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