Perry’s on the Embarcadero

Address: 155 Steuart Street (between Howard St & Mission St), San Francisco, CA 94105 (in Hotel Griffon
Phone: (415) 495-6500
Website: http://www.perryssf.com
Hours: M-W Breakfast 7:30-10:00AM, Lunch 11:00AM-4:00PM, Dinner 4:00-10:00PM
Th-F Breakfast 7:30-10:00AM, Lunch 11:00AM-4:00PM, Dinner 4:00-11:00PM;
Sat Brunch 8:30AM-2:30PM, Dinner 4:00-11:00PM
Sun Brunch 8:30AM-2:30PM, Dinner 4:00-10:00PM

Jen (my sister) brought her wedding attendants here for brunch on Saturday at 11AM. We took the first parking spot we saw, so it was about a 2-block walk, but if you circle around a bit, you will most likely find a spot close by. It is metered street parking.

At the time we went, there weren’t too many people there, so we got seated right away. They have ample time to decide what to order, but not too long. The breadsticks were interesting. They were really literally sticks! Crispy sticks. The dishes didn’t take that long to come out, and while we waited we sipped our waters. They give you a wine bottle of water (seems to be the latest trend), but if they notice you are low, they will fill up your glass for you.

All the dishes that we ordered (not sure if it’s true to all dishes) came with toast and a little fruit cup. I ordered Willy Halnan’s Corned Beef Hash with Poached Eggs. Yummy!! The best I’ve had. I want some right now. Jen and two other girls ordered Two Eggs Any Style with Chicken Apple Sausage. They got the eggs over easy. One said it was a bit runny for her liking. And another ordered Monterey Skillet, which is Egg Whites with Sauteed Spinach, Shiitake Mushrooms, and Tomatoes. I didn’t taste it, but it looked really good. For me, it was just the right portion and I was filled (although no one believes that I really pack it away…it happens since even with 2 kids I still am double digits in weight). The other girls had a little bit left to take home.

We enjoyed our time there. The noise level was perfect. There was music but we were able to have a conversation. The staff was nice and eager to please. When we told them that we had to go because our meter was running out, they made sure to hurry to box up our leftovers.

(For photos, you can read more HERE.)

– Joyce

Children’s Menu [?]
Changing Station [?]
Highchairs/Boosters [?]
Stroller Access [average]

Other reviews of Perry’s SF:
yelp
OpenTable
Citysearch
Insider Pages

 

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