Pharaohs Restaurant San Francisco What an experience it was. Nostalgic, mind and taste journey for the soul. Loved the place. The food was amazing, it definitely took me back to the streets of Cairo and the service was top notch as Malik made the experience personal and wefelt like we are part of his family. My wife was blown away over the food and how good it was. Thank you guys for a wonderful meal and all around experience. Looking forward to our next visit.
- Name : Pharaohs Restaurant San Francisco
- Worktime : 12–10PM
- Type : Egyptian restaurant
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- Prices : $$
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Pharaohs Restaurant San Francisco Address :
608 Geary St, San Francisco
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Best seller :
Had the koshari tonight, apparently it’s Egypt’s national dish so I figured I have to try it! Was pretty tasty, and I was quite surprised by how much food it is! I got the small size, which came out to about $7, and was worried if it would be enough for me- after finishing the whole bowl however, I am almost uncomfortably stuffed! Quick service as well. This is my second time here, the first time I ate the hawawshy (pita bread stuffed with meat) and that was really good!
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Visitors’ Comments :
comment 1 :
Delicious Egyptian food at reasonable prices. Many vegan/vegetarian friendly options. Ordered the Pharaohs Falafel Wrap which had falafels and garlic eggplants. It was fresh and crisp. The artwork added to the ambience. Stringent covid requirements. Had to show proof of full vaccination for dine in and wearing masks indoors except while eating was duly enforced.
comment 2 :
🌟 Prices are very reasonable
🌟 Ambience: Hole in the wall, similar to most regular authentic egyptian restaurants. Egyptian music satellite channel on TV. Handicapped access to toilet is through the next door hotel !!!
Now food quality: Precooked and heated food, soggy koshary with fried onion that is not crunchy. Lentil is not dark nor red and tomato sauce not spicy enough. Quantities of pasta and pees are a lot for a small size.
Dessert: Om Ali tastes good, right amount of coconut, raisins and pistachios, but not much filo. Almost like cold sahlab rather than Om Ali. Konafa had too much custard and very little actual konafa, also somewhat dry.
comment 3 :
It was first time eating here and I’m very happy with my experience. Eggplant was 5 star , warm and tasty) beef and lamb wrap was juicy and delicious. Their hummus quite different from what I ate before and I was little surprised. Overall service and packing of food great !
Comment 4 :
We are going to Egypt in November and have been so curious about the food that we have been seeing on youTube, so we decided to check out an Egyptian restaurant tonight while visiting in San Francisco. Bonus that it was just a 5-block walk from our hotel! We tried koshari, falafel, and a beef and lamb dinner plate that had rice, vegetables, pita and hummus. For dessert we tried walnut baklava, pistachio burma, and kunafa. I found it to be quite delish!