This neighborhood restaurant in the Inner Sunset offers an eclectic selection of pan-Asian cuisine that easily accommodates small or large appetites. Menu selections range from Korean bowls and pad Thai noodles to spicy Szechwan dishes, with large servings that are intended to be shared. Most are available with a choice of beef, chicken, prawns, or tofu. Some dishes can be quite spicy, so advise the waiter of any preferences. If the kids aren't interested in sharing a dish, they may prefer to choose from one of the dozen or so small plates, such as crispy veggie spring rolls, honey glazed pork short ribs, or pot stickers. These all work as finger food, or can be eaten with the colorful chopsticks stocked at each table. The interior is kid-friendly with bench seating along the walls that work for small or large groups. Ample space between tables makes it easy to accommodate a stroller, and light background jazz music helps mute the chatter from neighboring tables. Even better, the fast, friendly service makes waiting for a table a rarity.
If your day is centered around nearby Golden Gate Park, this is an excellent lunch option with a multitude of specials at good prices.
Located between Irving and Judah Streets. A small parking lot is accessible from 8th Avenue, but you are more likely to find a space just 2 blocks away in Golden Gate Park. Or take Muni metro N-Judah, or Muni bus 16AX, 16BX. Muni: N Judah, 44 O'Shaughnessy, 6 Parnassus
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