28 "Gluten-Free Options" restaurants in San Francisco.
Mau is a casual Vietnamese spot in the Mission that works great for a weeknight dinner.
Between the beautiful space and interesting twists on Chinese classics, Mister Jiu’s in Chinatown is one of the most unmissable restaurants in SF.
Daeho is a Korean restaurant in Japantown with giant cauldrons of beef soup, perfect to split with a few friends over drinks.
Scoma’s in Fisherman’s Wharf is an old-school seafood spot with some of the best Dungeness crab in the city.
If you want to take a walk while you’re at Dolores Park, head to Garden Creamery for their funky ice cream flavors.
Oren’s Hummus in SoMa serves Israeli food and is perfect for a casual business lunch with coworkers and clients.
Elephant Sushi in Russian Hill usually has a bit of a wait, so try to head there on the early side (they open at 6).
Stop into Rooster & Rice in Union Square for simple and good chicken if you work nearby.
Easy Breezy in Noe Valley is another yogurt shop that puts enough faith in people to serve their own frozen yogurt.
Saru Sushi Bar in Noe Valley is tiny and one of our favorite neighborhood sushi spots in town.
Tony’s Pizza Napoletana in North Beach has nearly every style of pizza you can ask for all under one roof.
Nyum Bai in Oakland serves Cambodian food that you’re either lucky enough to live by or should be crossing the bay to go get.
Lers Ros Thai in Hayes Valley makes a huge menu of dishes best shared with groups of people.
Roam Artisan Burgers is where you should go in Cow Hollow when “I’m not really hungry” turns to “I could really use a burger.”
Hook Fish Co. is a tiny spot serving fresh, delicious seafood in the Outer Sunset.