We stopped here for lunch after visiting Alcatraz, a family of 3 teenagers & 2 parents. We were told we would have a 15-20 minute wait but were given a pager and told admission to the Boudin museum was free. We entered the museum but a table came up very quickly, under 5 minutes.
Our server was pleasant and we ordered drinks and were brought a basket of bread while we waited for our main courses. These were generous portions. Two of the teens shared a pizza and the kitchen accommodated one of our party's requests for her dish. The fries were luke warm but the crab cake sandwich was good as was the club sandwich.
The queues for the women's restroom were very long, they went out the door but I think that they only have one set of restrooms for the museum, cafe downstairs & bistro.
After we had eaten we returned to the museum and spent quite a long time watching the bread making process which we found fascinating.
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