Heaven's Dog
Chinese Restaurant$$
Today 5–11PM
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1148 Mission St San Francisco, CA 94103
1148 Mission StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94103
$$Chinese Restaurant, BarToday 5–11PM
Wednesday 5–11PMThursday 5–11PMFriday 5PM–12AMSaturday 5PM–12AMSunday 4:30–9PMMonday 5–11PMTuesday 5–11PM
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"Best sweet and sour pork i've ever eaten and amazing cocktails."
"I have been really impressed by their flounder."
"It's delight for your palate."
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Molly Reisman
2 years ago
I'm sad that Heaven's Dog is closed and look forward to it reopening. The cocktails are the best thing there. They're delicious and creative. It might take a while to get your hand-crafted creation, but if you're into delicious and interesting drinks, this is a great spot.
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Michael Ortali
4 years ago
If you're looking for a great fusion Chinese restaurant, Heaven's dog is meant for you. The ingredients are fresh, the food is delicious. It's delight for your palate. I have been really impressed by their flounder. The prices are a little high and the portions are a little too small, but the experience make it perfect for a date night.
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Andrew Ness
4 years ago
I love the space, but the food was pretty average...definitely overpriced for what they are delivering. The staff were nice but the other customers were quite annoying in their attempts at making themselves sound interesting.
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Roy Chi
5 years ago
Insanely overpriced for their Chinese food, but the drinks are phenomenal. Pros: Cocktails. Go solely for their cocktails. Cons: Anything on their food menu.
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Merry Yen
3 years ago
Great pre- or post- theatre spot. We went there after a Sunday matinee and the food hit the spot. The corn & crab soup has an unexpected spicy kick, as does the Japanese eggplant. The pork belly (in a bun) was perfectly seasoned, while the salt & pepper squid came out a little too chewy. The duck fried rice (per our server, it's the most popular item on the menu) was also the best entree. I had high expectations for the mushroom cellophane noodles but it came up short - the noodles were the wide rice noodles and was a bit more chewy, plus the flavors seemed to be "off." We also enjoyed the seared scallops, and the pea shoots were perfectly cooked. Our server was cordial (if not a little cool), yet efficient and on top of her game. We asked the bar for a non-alcoholic beverage (not on the menu) and it came out delicious! We'd definitely visit again!
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Sean Foy
5 years ago
The food was good and the portions were fine. My to-go order was neatly packaged in secure, recyclable containers. The prices are a bit high.
Anil Kapur
3 years ago
They really need to change their attitude. The place was relatively empty, but because we did not have reservations they would only seat us next door at the noisy noodle bar. Finally convinced the staff to seat us at the restaurant. The place remained quite empty and the service was poor at best. It is a shame that a good place like this has this attitude. I won't be back for a while.
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Mack Lu
4 years ago
Good asian fusion food. Surrounding area is a bit barren.