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Yummy Yummy
Vietnamese Restaurant$$
Today 10AM–3PM, 5–9PM
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1015 Irving St San Francisco, CA 94122
1015 Irving StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94122
$$Vietnamese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Vietnamese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Today 10AM–3PM, 5–9PM
Thursday 10AM–3PM, 5–9PMFriday 10AM–3PM, 5–9PMSaturday 10AM–3PM, 5–9PMSunday 10AM–3PM, 5–9PMMonday 10AM–3PM, 5–9PMTuesday ClosedWednesday 10AM–3PM, 5–9PM
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This eatery offers the standard Vietnamese dishes like pho & banh xeo in a no-frills setting.- Google
"I also really like their beef noodle soup!"
"I will try the pho on a less-than 80 degree day, and leave a glowing review."
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Ethan Silvers
2 months ago
A great Vietnamese restaurant. Good for families, couples, groups of friends. The owner is very friendly and kind. The staff is attentive. The food is authentic and delicious.
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Donald Carr
a month ago
Their ''Bun bo hue " is really glorious. It rescheduled all offal, but then wins you back with really solid slices of high quality pork and pretty good beef bits.
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KaiChuan Hsiao
a week ago
Great pho place. Serves tasty soup.
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joe finetti
10 months ago
I tried YY for the first time today on the advice of a friend. I hate to give anything but a glowing review, but my item wasn't anything special. #111 - chicken/pork noodles. The waiter said something about a peanut sauce, but it didn't have peanut sauce when it came. It was cold. The chicken was slices of pressed chicken loaf, cut into spears. I think there was one small scrap of pork, and a bit of scrambled egg pancake also sliced into spears. About two bites of meat, and meat product. Everything else, noodles. I sent it back for reheating, and it was better, but not what I should've ordered, evidently, as, by this time, the restaurant had filled up with people and almost everyone was having pho. I will try the pho on a less-than 80 degree day, and leave a glowing review.
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Sherry Li
3 months ago
I've been meaning to come here for a while now, but I always stop short at PPQ because it's been my go-to. Yummy Yummy usually has a wait, but the wait is never long. There's a wider variety of dishes here, like the grilled clams or the crab. But there's the standard phos and buns as well. They also have banh xeo, but because we made our own the night before, I decided to try out the curry chicken pho. I was surprised that it came out to be completely different from the way PPQ does theirs. There's no coconut milk at all. But it was still delicious - very spicy! I think I still prefer the coconut milk version, but I'll definitely be back to try the other dishes at Yummy Yummy!
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Maria Comstock
4 months ago
Finally! Pho! Since moving to SF from Seattle, I never found my Pho place until I came to Yummy Yummy. Banh Xeo is also excellent. Oh, Oh! Their Crab - you can choose which sauce you want (Garlic or Tamarind). The prices are good and the owner and people who work there are really nice and somehow remember us every time we come in, even if it has been a few months, really making us feel VIP.
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Friedrich Ewald
2 months ago
Waited long but the Pho with beef was delicious. I would go there again.
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Denise Dang
a year ago
This is probably my favorite Vietnamese place in the city, but that doesn't mean it's the best all time. You'd have to go to Oakland or San Jose for the really good stuff! The food here is delicious. The pho is on par, full of flavor and meat, but we love going here for the non-pho items, like Bun Bo Hue or Five Spice Chicken rice plates. The Banh Xeo (crepe) is really good too. They have a wide menu and so far, everything we've tried has been good, even with takeout. If you do pho take-out, they have the dried goods in a nice size to-go bowl and the piping hot pho broth stored separately Of course you also get the condiments (bean sprouts, Thai basil, jalepenos, and lemon wedges), but they also toss in little containers of hoisen and sriracha sauce, which really just makes my day! The owner is always really nice. Sometimes there's a wait, but tables usually turnover really fast. Parking is a pain because San Tung next door is also really popular, but I still pick this place over Kevin's or PPQ down the street.
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