Great food, fast service. Eric's is the secret of Noe valley. The Best Chinese food I have ever tasted. Their general Tsao's chicken is delicious and I get food from here at least once a week and so does everybody else I know who dines (or carry out) here. Reasonable prices and it takes them ~10 minutes to get your order ready.
Love It!. My family and I went to Eric's for Mother's Day. My brother suggested it to us as he loves the restaurant. It was my first time there and I loved it. We had the chicken chow mein, eggplant, mongolian beef, sweet and sour pork, hot and sour soup, and the sizzling rice soup. Everything had a wonderful flavor to it. We had six in our group so it was a little cramped but the food and the service made up for it!
I don't get it...it's not good.. It just goes to show that people have different palates. For the life of me, I can't understand the popularity of this place. That it's Americanized Chinese food is fine with me, but the taste is horrible and the food is laden in grease. Our waiter couldn't understand why declined to take the leftovers of the four half-eaten entrees we ordered. The service was fine; I think the place is a bit tight on the space between tables; and the prices were fine. I just think the food is terrible. This was my third and last visit. I tried to give them the benefit of the doubt since it seems so wildly popular. Why it's popular, I'm sure I don't know.
Best Chinese in SF. This is by far some of the best Chinese food in SF. Everything from the appetizers to the four entrees we got, all perfect. The price was unreal to, $65 for 4 people. Real chinese food in SF, and it only took me 3 years to find it!!
Eric's best chinese food. I live in Sacramento and have made many trips to Erik's. Ever since I asked a friend who lived in the city about a good chinese food place and he said "Erik's and try the mu-shu chicked", I did and have kept going back for about seven years now. The hot and sour soup is delicious and I would also recommend the sesame seed chicken. The service is warm and the locals are mellow, (my bro lived three houses down) parking might be tough but what part of the city isn't?
not 100% authentic, but DELICIOUS. YES, they use flour tortillas for the mu-shu recipes, and the food is fresher, less greasy, and more flavorful than "authentic" Chinese restaurants...so what? Some of the dishes are unique and out of this world (Shanghai Tofu, Avocado Rolls), some are just mediocre (broccoli/tofu), but the service is FAST & attentive (maybe a bit too rushed) and I (and all my dining companions) have LOVED this place. Parking in the neighborhood can be tough, though.
Tasty Chinese. This is one of the best meals I have had in SF. The apps and entrees were excellent. We had a great chicken dish, steak dish and veggie dish. We had a tofu/brocc dish I will skip next time. I would not recommend large parties and the ambience is average. Go just for the food and you will be pleased. Great value.
Terrible food. The food is too salty! It was so bad we ate very little of our food. The waiter seemed bewildered when I told him I didn't want to take the leftovers home. I like the non-traditional menu. It's a welcome departure from the standard menu selections at most Chinese restaurants. The decor and ambiance is also pleasant and even quaint; but the food stinks!
Fantastic neo-Chinese Food. OK, it's not traditional Chinese. Do I care? It rocks. Try the Shanghai chicken, Sesame beef, or Spicy Smoked pork. Take out in 10 minutes. Lunch specials can't be beat! Tons of food for $5.
Wonderful Food!. I always go to this restaurant. The food isn't greasy like other chinese restaurants I've been to. The staff is very friendly & the food comes shortly after you order it.
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