Do You Like Crabs? San Francisco Restaurant Review

This weekend was a long end of the week. It was Memorial Day weekend. We needed to have something outstanding, in light of the fact that it was 3-day-end of the week. As some other ends of the week, we went to 24 hour readiness for practice in the first part of the day. We took a 2 classes of activity in our wellness club, Boot Camp and Dance for 2 hours, sweat a few. We returned home from work out, scrubbed down, loose, at that point call the eatery for reservation.

This café is “Tanh Long”, in Sunset, San Francisco. We have known this café acclaimed for Crabs. Since we both love crabs, we chose to go to this restaurant.

“Tanh Long” is the sister eatery of a café in midtown San Francisco, “Scavanger”. “Scavanger” is elegant, business setting, and generally costly café. My office partners took us to “Scavanger”. The expert cook of Crustacean informed us regarding the sister eatery “Tanh Long”, which is all the more family arranged sort café with practically same menu as Crustacean.

Their suggestion is same as our own, which is “Garlic Roasted Whole Crab”. They have an alternate style of crab cooking from what San Franciscans know about. Crabs were essentially bubbled in seawater in Fisherman's Wharf cafés. This eatery cooks entire crab with loads of garlic and oils.

It is so unique and tastes brilliant. That is the reason individuals continue to come notwithstanding it was most extravagant thing on the menu. The area of this eatery is on the corner among Judah and 47th road, downtown San Francisco. Outside doesn't seem, by all accounts, to be an astounding eatery, however inside is rich and clean. This was unique café of these 2 fruitful sister eateries in San Francisco, opened by a Vietnamese Gentleman. My memory of feasting in Vietnam doesn't reveal to me anything comparative served in Vietnam. It very well might be Vietnamese food made in San Francisco. Benihana style BBQ isn't actually made in Japan, made in New York, instead.

“Roast Crab”, “Tiger Prawn”, and “Garlic Noodle” were our choice on that day. Eating this crab, or any crab, you can't do something besides continue to eat until you finish the crab, since your hands and fingers will be loaded with oil, garlic, meats, and shells. You can't get silvers or wine glasses. We spend there for two and half hours. It was long supper, with less discussion. We needn't bother with much discussion for getting a charge out of scrumptious food varieties. Japanese sales reps propose that you would choose a crab café in the event that you need to feast with a troublesome client. Your troublesome client will hush up during supper, since he was occupied with eating the crab. How evident it is!

“Thanh Long” eatery is situated at the intersection of Judah and 47th Street. “Shellfish” area is Polk and California. You can look through them in Internet by their names and area; “Thanh Long, San Francisco” and “Crestacean, San Francisco”.

Source by Shaw Funami

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