October 11, 2011 Off

Suppenküche (San Francisco: Hayes Valley)

By in 04: SF+Bay Area

Compare LA, SF definitely felt more European up there. There’s quite a few of German eateries in town, and Suppenkuche is one of them.


I love the clean, modern rustic interior.


Very good bread and butter. They serves beer in a bierstiefel as well.


Gemischter Salat $8.00 Mixed German Salad with Cabbage, Carrots, Beets, Potato Salad & Butter Leaf Lettuce


Potato Pancakes with Homemade Apple Sauce $11  Like hashbrown but with thinner crispy surface. Very yummy and addictive! It’s my favorite of the night.


Sauteed Venison Medallions in Red Wine Plum Sauce with Red Cabbage & Spätzle $20  The meat was pretty tough and the flavor is heavy and straightforward. A strong, straightforward flavors can be satisfying but I got bored of it after awhile.

Like most places in the city, it’s always crowded so we waited in line for awhile. This is one of those places that you love the interior more than the actual food. Since there are other German joints in town, this place won’t be my choice unless I’m in the area (Hayes Valley is a bit out of the way).

525 Laguna st. San Francisco CA 94102

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