The food is crazy expensive, but it tastes real good and the food is a creative take on Vietnamese food.
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The Slated Door, on the waterside of the building, is a very popular and top-rated restaurant. I haven't been, but I went with it for lunch. The lunch options were mostly reasonable (about $10) and had lots of fresh ingredients. I had the chicken porridge,...More
We called for a quick lunch whilst out and about, food was good but not great, the hong kong tea was great though, good choice on the menu with reasonable prices
The food here is top notch! The decor is understated but elegant casual. I love the Jicama and grapefruit salad and crab noodles.
We were about to catch the ferry back to Vallejo from visiting "The Rock" and stopped in to get a bite. They are called Out the Door for a reason because they sit right at the entrance. We tried the Steamed Pork bun based on...More
I was a little put off by the price of this sandwich ($12 I believe... May have been $11). Either way it was a lot for a sandwich. I ordered the Saigan Roast Pork. The sandwich was was large and they did not skimp on...More
I like the restaurant and have been there on several occasions but the take out was disappointing. At $13.50 for a take-out sandwich, it should be really good. In this case the meat was dry and stringy and the bread and other ingredients just average....More
You can enjoy good Asian food in short time. Many of the menus were not heavy. And there are many kinds of hot noodle, fresh salad, and bun (similar to GYOJA). But I don't wanna recommend you to dine at the restaurant. So, It is...More
We had lunch in the Ferry Building at 'Out the Door.' It was good and comparatively less expensive than the normal San Francisco 'treats.' We had a few of the steamed 'Buns.'