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Slanted Door (restaurant)

A modern Vietnamese restaurant in San Francisco, CA.

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A Quick Tip by woopak_the_thrill

  • Dec 29, 2009
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Great food, atmosphere, the service was pretty good and fitting to take a hot date. I am stumped with full restaurant reviews...
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From the Slanted Door website:

The Slanted Door is located in the northeast corner of the restored Ferry Building across The Embarcadero from the foot of Market Street.

The restaurant seats 150 people in the dining room, 20 at the bar and 44 people in our newly opened heated patio. Additionally there is a 34-seat cocktail lounge facing the bar. The area has numerous parking options as well as being a public transportation hub. Please note that the lot previously at Pier 1/2, north of the ferry building, is now permanently closed (click: parking/directions for more information).

The Slanted Door is a modern Vietnamese restaurant that showcases the abundance of produce as well as ecologically farmed meat, game and poultry found at farms around the San Francisco Bay Area.

The Phan family opened the original Slanted Door in 1995 on Valencia Street with a vision to blend Vietnamese cooking technique with local ingredients. We take this vision even further in a new environment, designed by Olle Lundberg, overlooking the San Francisco Bay.

The food; relaxed atmosphere; riesling-driven wine list; full bar with premium, artisanal spirits and fresh-squeezed, organic and/or biodynamic juices - as well as hard-to-find Chinese teas - all speak to the restaurant's originality and commitment to quality. Our to-go counter is called "Out the Door". It is located in the main hall of the Ferry Building, around the corner from the restaurant. Out the Door offers prepared ...

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