PPQ Dungeness Island

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Details
2332 Clement St (at 24th Avenue)
San Francisco, CA 94121
(415) 386-8266
Seafood, Vietnamese
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Fri: 4:00 PM–10:00 PM Sat–Sun: Noon–10:00 PM

PPQ (Pho Phu Quoc) refers to Vietnamese noodles, with Phu Quoc being Vietnam's largest island (at the very south tip of the country), a place known for fish sauce and black pepper.

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Foursquare Tips

  • Suck the juice out of the roasted crab legs and die happy.
  • garlic noodles and spicy crab are the best!
  • Go straight for the roasted crab, and start cracking shells. When you come up for air, fill up with garlic noodles.
  • Despite the fact that they serve Vietnamese cuisine, everyone that works here seems to be Chinese. Toss out some Mandarin while ordering and get better service.
  • Crab: both kinds , salad with imperial rolls. Catfish sour soup
  • Tasty crabs, even better with veggie sides - 3 crabs and 3 sides filled up 6 of us
  • The roasted crab is $49! So expensive and not worth it. It's just garlic, butter, and salt. The dinner for 2 is better value but every thing is overly garlicky and salty
  • they can accommodate large groups! just make a reservation beforehand :)
  • come with a large group so you can order all the crabs!
  • Order their garlic noodles, five spice chicken, and crab! Same chain as Perilla.
  • Try the Black Peppercorn Crab
  • Try the Big bowl of garlic noodles.
  • Try the Peppercorn Chicken
  • Come on a Monday to avoid the ridiculous crowds Thursday-Sunday!
  • What's the point of making a reservation when they have no record of it when you arrive? What a bag of dicks.
  • Check out the best deep fried peppercorn crab.
  • The peppercorn and garlic crab is the best, but the deep-fried choice is good too. The garlic noodles are a must-order appetizer, and for dessert, the deep fried banana is sinfully delicious.
  • Can't go wrong with the Drunken Crab & Garlic Noodles!!!
  • The service sucks, but the peppercorn short ribs are worth it!
  • Best crabs are drunken and roasted, skip the fried ones, and top off with garlic noodles and crabby fried rice!