Five Breakfast Restaurants in San Francisco to Drool OverPosted on: Friday, March 20th, 2015
At Nor-Cal Moving Services, we’re right at home in the beating heart of San Francisco where the sun shines and the neighborhoods are ripe with culture. Our San Francisco movers are experts at navigating the city, and our familiarity gives us an edge when our stomachs grumble in the morning. Check out our top five favorite breakfast restaurants in San Francisco and satisfy your own morning cravings!
Brenda’s French Soul Food
The name says it all. Chef Brenda, having grown up in New Orleans, brings her cooking to San Francisco to deliver some of the most flavorful breakfast dishes you can imagine. Dive into the renowned shrimp and grits, the crawfish beignet, or the cornmeal-fried oyster po’boys… whatever you choose, you can’t go wrong here.
More elegant home-cooking than fancy restaurant fare, Plow specializes in having a diverse menu where items often change daily. You can be sure all your ingredients come locally sourced when you eat here, and can be as simple as oatmeal with poached eggs, pecorino, and spring onions; and as hearty as caramelized pork shoulder with chili paste, ginger, eggs, and bok choy.
Mama’s on Washington Square
For fifty years Mama’s has been a staple of San Francisco breakfast cooking, offering the fluffiest of French toasts, crab cake eggs benedict, and homemade jams and fresh baked bread. Mama’s has the long standing history of cooking fine home breakfast comforts without ever sacrificing quality—and you can taste it!
Dottie’s True Blue Cafe
One of San Francisco’s favorite classic American breakfast restaurants, Dottie’s True Blue Café offers heaping, delicious morsels of American breakfasts with a little bit of a twist. Enjoy one of their many varieties of egg scrambles bursting with vegetables and chorizo, or indulge in simpler pleasures like blueberry cornmeal pancakes with a side of whiskey sausage.
Good Mong Kok Bakery
If you’re craving a little Asian flair to help get your day started, visit the Good Mong Kok Bakery where the inexpensive food comes in BIG portions. Get steaming, meaty BBQ pork buns on the go or eat your fill of freshly made chow mein. The Good Mong Kok Bakery is a favorite of Chinatown locals and neighborhood visitors alike!
Are you hungry yet? With so many great things about this gorgeous city, moving to San Francisco shouldn’t have to be postponed any longer. Let our expert San Francisco movers relocate you to your new home or office with minimum hassle and downtime. Call Nor-Cal Moving Services today or fill out our online form for a free moving quote!