Sabra

★★★★☆
  • 419 Grant Ave

    San Francisco, CA 94108

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  • 415-982-3656

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Saturday Closed Sunday - Thursday June - August 11am - 10pm September - May 12pm - 9pm Friday 12pm until two hours before Shabbat

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This place isn't cheap at all, but it's kosher which is hard to find in San Francisco. The owner is not warm or friendly, but he is Israeli and there is a cultural difference which is why. It's located in China town and there are a few stairs to climb to get here. The inside is what you'd expect to see in a yeshiva, but that didn't bug me so much. The food was ok, but very expensive. It's very sad that this is the only kosher restaurant in San Francisco. Overall, I'd rather go to a kosher market and eat at home.

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★★☆☆☆

This place isn't cheap at all, but it's kosher which is hard to find in San Francisco. The owner is not warm or friendly, but he is Israeli and there is a cultural difference which is why. It's located in China town and there are a few stairs to climb to get here. The inside is what you'd expect to see in a yeshiva, but that didn't bug me so much. The food was ok, but very expensive. It's very sad that this is the only kosher restaurant in San Francisco. Overall, I'd rather go to a kosher market and eat at home.

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tres tres mauvais accueil. le serveur ou le patron, un individu trs mal poli, nous a pratiquement jets dehors. Comme on ne comprenait pas son nervement, il nous a dit textuellement : si vous voulez manger ce soir, taisez vous. Comme hier c'tait le Memorial Day, nous n'avons trouv aucun autre restaurant Koscher, et nous avons dormi sans diner.

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★☆☆☆☆

tres tres mauvais accueil. le serveur ou le patron, un individu trs mal poli, nous a pratiquement jets dehors. Comme on ne comprenait pas son nervement, il nous a dit textuellement : si vous voulez manger ce soir, taisez vous. Comme hier c'tait le Memorial Day, nous n'avons trouv aucun autre restaurant Koscher, et nous avons dormi sans diner.

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The owner is very forceful and belligerent if you ask him a question. The food is overpriced and tasteless. They charge you for every item they bring to the table even if you don't touch it. I ate here once and will never go back and will

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★★★★★

The owner is very forceful and belligerent if you ask him a question. The food is overpriced and tasteless. They charge you for every item they bring to the table even if you don't touch it. I ate here once and will never go back and will

Cons: Over priced, belligerent owner

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This restaurant is located in China town and upstairs. It's a cute place to go with friends and family. They have a variety of different Israeli style foods, however, it is rather pricey.

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This restaurant is located in China town and upstairs. It's a cute place to go with friends and family. They have a variety of different Israeli style foods, however, it is rather pricey.

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Best Falafel in the SF Bay Area! Great lamb, hamburgers, falafel, fries, musht (amazing fish). Go a little early or a little late and avoid the crowd. Get a combo salad to share and start yourself off while your other food

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★★★★★

Best Falafel in the SF Bay Area! Great lamb, hamburgers, falafel, fries, musht (amazing fish). Go a little early or a little late and avoid the crowd. Get a combo salad to share and start yourself off while your other food

Pros: great food, kosher, clean, convenient

Cons: average small restaurant ambience

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Be ready to wait more than an hour to get seated in a small and messy deli-restaurant. Terribly slow and overpriced, unfortunatelly the only kosher meat place in SF. Go there with a lot of patience for an average israeli style meal. The

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★★★★★

Be ready to wait more than an hour to get seated in a small and messy deli-restaurant. Terribly slow and overpriced, unfortunatelly the only kosher meat place in SF. Go there with a lot of patience for an average israeli style meal. The

Pros: Kosher

Cons: sloppy service, $$ expensive

 

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