Queens Louisiana Po Boy Cafe

★★★★★
"Louisiana in the Bay"
  • 3030 San Bruno Ave

    San Francisco, CA 94134

    Cross street: Dwight Street

    Map & Directions
  • 415-486-9066

About Queens Louisiana Po Boy Cafe

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Tues-Sat 11am-8:30pm Sun 11am-5pm

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Go check them out. They have a wide variety of creole cuisine and you will enjoy yourself. 2 thumbs up!!

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★★★★★

Go check them out. They have a wide variety of creole cuisine and you will enjoy yourself. 2 thumbs up!!

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'm a NOLA fan in general. Been there several times for conferences, etc and love eating in New Orleans. Having said that, I'm a fan of this new little place and I plan on returning to Queen's Louisiana Po-Boy cafe.

What we ordered:
Large crawfish po' boy.
Cup of gumbo.
Beignets [sans cafe au lait, because the machines was on fritz].
Sweet potato fries with cinnamon.

What I'm getting next time
bowl of gumbo.
fries.
large crawfish po boy...actually any of the po' boys i think they have nailed down. perfect bread, btw.

The place is so new feeling and sort of feels a little outta of the price-point for the neighborhood. We went today for lunch, game day. I think they'd get more new business by doing football special orders, etc., since there really isn't foot traffic around there. This is more of a destination place. We jumped on 101 from sf, and took the Paul ave. exit.

I'm really hoping they stick around, but they may have to rely on catering and folks willing to drive out to them. I say do it. Drive out to them. Order po' boys for your next football gathering. The food is tasty and I'm going back for sure. Or swing by on your way home from work if you're coming up from the Peninsula. There aren't that many authentic southern places in this town, so it's good to support those who have to opt for cheaper store fronts.

Easy to park.

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★★★☆☆

'm a NOLA fan in general. Been there several times for conferences, etc and love eating in New Orleans. Having said that, I'm a fan of this new little place and I plan on returning to Queen's Louisiana Po-Boy cafe.

What we ordered:
Large crawfish po' boy.
Cup of gumbo.
Beignets [sans cafe au lait, because the machines was on fritz].
Sweet potato fries with cinnamon.

What I'm getting next time
bowl of gumbo.
fries.
large crawfish po boy...actually any of the po' boys i think they have nailed down. perfect bread, btw.

The place is so new feeling and sort of feels a little outta of the price-point for the neighborhood. We went today for lunch, game day. I think they'd get more new business by doing football special orders, etc., since there really isn't foot traffic around there. This is more of a destination place. We jumped on 101 from sf, and took the Paul ave. exit.

I'm really hoping they stick around, but they may have to rely on catering and folks willing to drive out to them. I say do it. Drive out to them. Order po' boys for your next football gathering. The food is tasty and I'm going back for sure. Or swing by on your way home from work if you're coming up from the Peninsula. There aren't that many authentic southern places in this town, so it's good to support those who have to opt for cheaper store fronts.

Easy to park.

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I'm not from Louisiana, but I trust this is what a po' boy should be. Simple and delicious. I had the catfish (wanted the soft shell crab, but out of season right now) and it was perfect-- three healthy strips of crispy fried (and not too greasy) catfish fillet with dressing (lettuce, tomato, pickles, mayo) on a soft french roll. I threw on some Crystal and it was perfect. Nothing over the top or experimental, just a damn good sandwich.
It was lunch so i got the special, half sandwich and cup of gumbo. Again, I don't know if I've ever had authentic gumbo, but this was the best I've had so far. In the small (but filling) cup I counted 4 shrimp, 2 crawfish, a couple sausage slices, a few lumps of crab meat, chunks of chicken all in a creamy, rich and smoky stew. Again, I needed some more hot sauce, but I'll be damned if i can find a better gumbo in san francisco.
I walked out spending about $14 with a small tip completely satisfied. Not an everyday spot, especially it being way out on san bruno and dwight in the bayview, but i will definitely be back--with friends.

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★★★★★

I'm not from Louisiana, but I trust this is what a po' boy should be. Simple and delicious. I had the catfish (wanted the soft shell crab, but out of season right now) and it was perfect-- three healthy strips of crispy fried (and not too greasy) catfish fillet with dressing (lettuce, tomato, pickles, mayo) on a soft french roll. I threw on some Crystal and it was perfect. Nothing over the top or experimental, just a damn good sandwich.
It was lunch so i got the special, half sandwich and cup of gumbo. Again, I don't know if I've ever had authentic gumbo, but this was the best I've had so far. In the small (but filling) cup I counted 4 shrimp, 2 crawfish, a couple sausage slices, a few lumps of crab meat, chunks of chicken all in a creamy, rich and smoky stew. Again, I needed some more hot sauce, but I'll be damned if i can find a better gumbo in san francisco.
I walked out spending about $14 with a small tip completely satisfied. Not an everyday spot, especially it being way out on san bruno and dwight in the bayview, but i will definitely be back--with friends.

Pros: best po' boy and gumbo

Cons: location, whatever

 

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