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PPQ Dungeness Island
Seafood Restaurant$$
Today 12:00 – 10:00 pm
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2332 Clement St San Francisco, CA 94121
2332 Clement StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94121
$$Seafood RestaurantToday 12:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 10:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 10:00 pm
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Spacious contemporary restaurant featuring Dungeness crab specialties & traditional Vietnamese fare.- Google
"Awesome peppercorn crab and the garlic noodles MMmmmm."
"The cabbage salad was a very nice accompaniment to the heavier crabs."
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Jiann Mok
2 weeks ago
Pros: - fresh roasted crab - garlic noodles (mmmm buttery and garlicky) - coconut ice cream (super coconut-y) - great deal! (~$60 for a whole crab, noodles, 2 appetizers, and dessert) - food came out quickly - fun crab bibs so you can look cool Cons: - large dining room, but seated inefficiently (4 people at large 10 person table) - wait can get long on the weekend Bottom line: The crab and garlic noodles were A+. Not only is it way cheaper than R&G Lounge, but much more fresh. I can't wait to take my mom here.
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Vivian Sam
a month ago
Came here on a weeknight with my boyfriend around 7:30pm/8pm . We got seated pretty quickly, not too packed for dinner time. I like how they have prefixes for various party sizes. We had the options with the roasted crab, garlic noodles, and fried bananas. Food came out really fast, service in general was very fast. The crab was a good size and so were the noodles. More than enough for the two of us. The crab was well seasoned, maybe not as fresh as I'd like but it was pretty good. The noodles were great, best garlic noodles I've had for sure. The fried bananas I can do without, if I could swap that out with a side, that would have been great. Overall I really enjoyed my experience here, I believe that meal was around $60? not bad for SF prices, but for an asian restaurant, I'm not sure. But I don't regret it! I would definitely come back to try their other crab options!
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Karen Hsu
5 months ago
Crabs, crabs, crabs! If you want deliciously cooked dungeness crabs, go to PPQ. The meal packages are cheaper than ordering the crabs individually, and we ordered several 2 person meals to maximize crab-savoring goodness. The restaurant is very accomodating in swapping out options in the packages, such as the way the crabs are cooked, or changing the side dishes to vegetarian. The cabbage salad was a very nice accompaniment to the heavier crabs.
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Joanne Wong
a year ago
I have been here twice now, and I swear, I can come here all the time (if it wast so far). Usually, I'm not one for crabs, but it must be the delicious seafood in SF that makes it a million times better. Both times I went (with 4 people) we ordered two crabs - one roasted and one peppercorn. Personally, I like the roasted better. It's juicier. We also got two garlic noodles, which is AMAZING. I don't know where I've been without it. We order a side of vegetables as well. One time I had the broccoli, which is okay; and the other time, I had string beans - which were amazing!!! End it off with the fried banana (for everyone to share) and you'll be a happy camper.
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Katherine Sun
2 months ago
My friends and I came in (5 of us) came in around 5 or 6pm on a Saturday night and we got seated immediately upstairs. It's nice that they have a lot of seating room; it makes for a good spot for reunions, gatherings with a great meal. MUST GET: garlic noodles and peppercorn dungeness crab, (there's a bib in your place setting too; how fun!). I was also quite fond of the Imperial roll, which was a spring roll deep fried. The five spice chicken had a nice crisp on the outside and had good flavor. The service was great -- we had our waters topped off every once in a while and the waiter was attentive. They also have the food service down pat (I'm sure that they continuously make the crab and garlic noodles non-stop since these are the most popular items). I'm pretty sure I'm going to have a craving for this spot again. I love my crab and this place didn't disappoint.
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Brian Singer
4 months ago
Pros: Garlic noodles and sauteed eggplant (I could eat that eggplant for days!). Even parking in the area wasn't so bad, ended up parking on a small side street nearby and walking over. Cons: Curry chicken. The flavors were somewhat bland and the texture of the chicken was rather rubbery. I know this is a crab joint, however my girlfriend and I had just casually ducked in here for a quick meal. Didn't expect to spend $50 (yes, the crab that day was just under $50), so we didn't end up ordering it. Also, the crab looks like enough food for 4 or 5 people. Will have to go back one day to try the crab for date night or sometime when splurging seems a bit more reasonable (we were in sweat pants, it just didn't seem right).
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Annie Lin
12 months ago
Yay! I'm so glad I finally got to try this place. Fortunately, our group of 7 didn't have a wait. It was a rainy Saturday and we got seated immediately. We got the garlic noodle, crab fried rice, imperial rolls, spring rolls, braised string beans, peppercorn crab, and roasted garlic crab. I'm not a fan of the roasted garlic crab, since the sauce gets all over your fingers and just doesn't taste as good as the peppercorn - everything else was delicious though. Service is very fast and efficient and I'll definitely come back again if I'm in the area!
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Karen Louie
9 months ago
My go to place for giant crab in San Francisco. The dinner for two comes with spring rolls, crab, garlic noodles, and banana tempura with ice cream. The spring rolls weren't the best but everything else was amazing. Highly recommend going if you like crab!


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