10:15am, iced coffee is old, the Tai Yaki is more like American pancake texture, not crispy. But it smelled delicious and it was a good price $2, so it was good to try them. 3 different kinds and all three were yum.
Their spam topped nori wrapped sushi is one of my favorites and I always look forward to getting one while visiting SF. they run out early however. Also good for a quick breakfast, Amercan style.
We only ended up here because we gave up on the ramen festival. The line here wasn't too long but it still took us what seemed an hour to place order and get our food. When I placed my order I was told they were...More
Try May's in Japan Center for a change of pace from the typical hotel breakfast. Had an omelet(with spinach and ground beef with portuguese sausage on the side and coffee. Great omelet, wished there was more sausage.
Perhaps they are famous for one thing only, but I had one of their noodle dishes and it was awful. Everything was overcooked - the noodles practically fall apart. The wonton tasted as if it was spoiled. Broth was so-so. For it's price point, there...More
We were looking for breakfast or lunch near our hotel and found May's. We each sat down to large tasty bowls of won top soup with pork, noodles, and fish cake. Very reasonably priced and friendly service.
We had some to kill before our flight so we decided to walk to Japantown for breakfast. A peace shrine caught our eye and after visiting it we walked into the adjacent mall. We immediately saw a bakery with lots of French looking pastries, but...More
Japantown Informal breakfast/snack place with spam, etc. Loved the taiyaki with red bean filling; they also have chocolate & chocolate banana