Sunday, May 1, 2011

PPQ San Francisco Outer Richmond

If you're interested in having some salt and pepper deep fried crab, skip the basement dining room of R&G Lounge and head directly here to PPQ.  Located in the Outer Richmond district of San Francisco, they known for their deep fried "salt and pepper" crab.  The restaurant bills itself as Vietnamese cuisine, but they are run by Chinese people - therefore, you get an interesting fusion of food selection.

Besides for the horrible parking (unless you're a proud owner of a Smart Car or Fiat 500), the PPQ version of the deep fried crab is just as flavorful but nowhere near as greasy or soggy as its R&G counterpart.  Don't get me wrong, the deep fried crab at PPQ is still greasy enough where you'd probably want to order a soda to help you cut the grease.  They also give the same treatment to their chicken wings, and boy are they tasty!

Their garlic noodles were okay, good, but nothing to write home about.  Personally, I would just skip it so you'd have more room for the crab and chicken wings.

We finished up the evening at a dessert bar located on Geary and 7th.  The ice cream waffles were amazing!

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