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Stumbled upon this place after getting off the tour bus, spotted the lunch deal and decided to try it. The food was fantastic, it was $8.95 for main, rice and soup. We had sweet and Sour chicken and orange chicken and both were brilliant! The...More
We happened upon this place as the menu was full of fresh items. We were not disappointed, the food was excellent. We scored a great bar height table close to the window as was able to watch all the happenings on Haight street as we...More
The food is nice but the service is extremely slow because the same person who receives the payments serves the food (?!?!). The place is very casual. One of my favorite areas in San Francisco full of hippie stores.
heard about their good food from my friends, finally had a chance to try. I love the mac and fried chicken. I will go try sth different next time. when I return from shopping they serve chinese szechuan hot and sour soup, salt and pepper...More
I must admit I was a little disappointed as the experience didn't live up to the reviews. I had what sounded like an interesting omelet for $15, an uninspiring side for $7, with tax and tip almost $30 for a breakfast anywhere else but San...More
We ended up in the Haight/Ashbury area unexpectedly. We looked up good food in the area and Peopleʻs Cafe came up. Luckily we split the meal as the macaroni and cheese chicken sandwich was huge as was the plate of sweet potato fries. We enjoyed...More
If you are in San Francisco, going to Haight Ashbury is a must. There are so many cool shops and quaint cafe's and bistro's you can spend the day there with no problem. If you are looking for breakfast be prepared to wait pretty much...More
Nice location, I love the set up ( small and intimate), and the prices are reasonable. Did a groupon through living social and it was perfect.
Cons: our server had an attitude from her introduction, she was upset after I provide the groupon paper before...More
The area surrounding the intersection of Haight and Ashbury streets, “The Haight” still exudes vibes of the 1960s counterculture as a haven for vintage clothes, music, pop posters and body piercing shops. While the Summer of Love ended decades ago, Haight-Ashbury has turned into a melting pot of hippies, hipsters, and professionals. Walking through its streets can still feel like stepping back in time.
A must-see neighborhood for most music fans, it’s easy to see why these streets attracted the likes of the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin. You’ll likely be content in The Haight day or night, just be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.