1816 Irving St, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9412237.763670 -122.477583
Mon-Sat 10:30am-11pm; Sun 10:30am-10:30pm
Neighborhoods: Central West, Central Sunset
Best Pho shop in SF – Service is good, food is excellent! Always fresh & fast. This local gem is very popular and there may be a to be seated on week ends. Also popular for lunch. Extensive menu of Vietnamese favorites, best known for their 5 spice chicken Pho
Not big on soup, but am a fan thanx 2 ppg – I was introduced to ppq by a friend of mine. he told me their soup was increddible. i wasnt to big on the thought of the food, but once i ate it i became a fan. my firnds and i try 2 make there every thursday night for dinner. great place
Decent Vietnamese, excellent value, good service – pleasantly surprised to find near authentic vietnamese in san francisco. pho was very good. you could taste the cinnamon and star anise. iced coffee with condensed milk was also very good. hostess was very helpful with our touristy questions. would definitely eat there again.
Best pho in the neighborhood – Service is fast and pleasant. I haven't tries their rice plates but their pho is tastes great and fresh. Their fried rolls, spring rolls, and papaya salad are tasty too.
excellent vietnamese gfood – I ahve been to PPQs both locations several times and would recommend them for the good food. they also have a small but nice wine menue.
The Best Imperial Rolls! – I've just been here once but I had a great experience. The imperial rolls are the best I've had in SF so far - very fresh and tasty. The vermicelli and pork was excellent too. And you can't beat the prices.
Great food, big portions, low price. – Order the #1, thats all there is to it. Big bowl of noodles that just has so much flavors, espcially the soup. The bowl of noodles is especically good on a cold day (its like that everyday in san francisco.) Prices are very reasonable, $6 for a huge bowl of beef noodles.
Sunset District favorite for cheap, tasty Vietnamese fare. – In Short
Much more casual than its famous Clement Street cousin, PPQ Dungeness Island, this low-key eatery offers a simple dining room with wood tables and a mirror along one wall. Neighborhood locals dig into more than 10 renditions of pho and hearty plates like five spices chicken over rice and roasted catfish baked in a clay pot. Menu highlights include bo tai chanh (Vietnamese carpaccio) and a papaya and beef salad that offers the perfect combination of sweet and savory.
My favorite vietnamese place... – Basically I either come here for #1 or the imperial rolls over vermicelli noodles. #1 is the extra large boll of pho (noodle soup) with flank steak, tripe, and beef balls. Its all about the broth, once you have a sip, its hard to stop.
Fresh Food – Fresh ingredients and tasty food. Great place to eat. Not a fancy atmosphere, but the food is worth a visit.
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