Squat & Gobble Cafe

★★★★★
  • 3600 16th St Ste 1

    San Francisco, CA 94114

    Cross street: at Market and Noe

    Map & Directions
  • 415-552-2125

About Squat & Gobble Cafe

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Daily 8-10

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I have been a customer at the Castro Squat and Gobble for several years\r
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I went in about 2:30 in the afternoon to order an ice tea; there was no line and it was fairly quiet in terms of other customers. I was asked if I wanted to sit

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★★★★★

I have been a customer at the Castro Squat and Gobble for several years\r
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I went in about 2:30 in the afternoon to order an ice tea; there was no line and it was fairly quiet in terms of other customers. I was asked if I wanted to sit

Pros: good food, nice staff, nice to sit outside

Cons: owner horrible, bad attitude to customers

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I have eaten here many times. While the food is unremarkable, the location is convenient. On my last visit (during 90+ degree weather, BTW) the checkout clerk asked if we want to outside or in. We requested outside, but said we would

3
★★★★★

I have eaten here many times. While the food is unremarkable, the location is convenient. On my last visit (during 90+ degree weather, BTW) the checkout clerk asked if we want to outside or in. We requested outside, but said we would

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I don't know why there isn't more reviews of this place because its so busy for brunch. Fun place for food and people watching. Get the breakfast croissant and a seat outside for a great view of Market Street.

3
★★★★★

I don't know why there isn't more reviews of this place because its so busy for brunch. Fun place for food and people watching. Get the breakfast croissant and a seat outside for a great view of Market Street.

Pros: Fun, good food

Cons: Busy Weekends

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Even though this is a family owned restaurant and crepery, it really does not "feel like home". The atmosphere at Squat and Gobble is very chilly. The workers never greet you and barely make any eye contact when I ordered. The lady behind the counter looked very bored and wanted me to rush to my seat. I ordered a latte and they gave me a super sweet mocha which I kept because I did not want to be difficult. Then they messed up on my friend's order and were very rude when she wanted to change it. They argued with her for about 10 minutes before making a new one. This completely ruined our lunch so we asked for a refund. Horrible, Horrible experience. Bad service and gross food. the crepes are so small and nevre cooked right. If you want a good crepe, your best bet is try somewhere else. This is not the only crepert in town.

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★★☆☆☆

Even though this is a family owned restaurant and crepery, it really does not "feel like home". The atmosphere at Squat and Gobble is very chilly. The workers never greet you and barely make any eye contact when I ordered. The lady behind the counter looked very bored and wanted me to rush to my seat. I ordered a latte and they gave me a super sweet mocha which I kept because I did not want to be difficult. Then they messed up on my friend's order and were very rude when she wanted to change it. They argued with her for about 10 minutes before making a new one. This completely ruined our lunch so we asked for a refund. Horrible, Horrible experience. Bad service and gross food. the crepes are so small and nevre cooked right. If you want a good crepe, your best bet is try somewhere else. This is not the only crepert in town.

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I had a strawberry-ricotta crepe here that looked (and tasted) like Pepto-Bismol had been used as the filling. The other foods are fine, but the crepes are mediocre. Go to Ti Couz for real crepes.

3
★★★★★

I had a strawberry-ricotta crepe here that looked (and tasted) like Pepto-Bismol had been used as the filling. The other foods are fine, but the crepes are mediocre. Go to Ti Couz for real crepes.

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An ideal place to have brunch in the Castro, especially on a nice, sunny day where you can sit outside and people watch.

Food ranges from crepes and omelette to sandwiches and salads. Reasonably priced with quick service.

3
★★★★★

An ideal place to have brunch in the Castro, especially on a nice, sunny day where you can sit outside and people watch.

Food ranges from crepes and omelette to sandwiches and salads. Reasonably priced with quick service.

Pros: Outdoor seating, Good food, Reasonable priced

Cons: Can get crowded

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Squat and Gobble is a casual dining cafe that is famous for their scrumptious crepes and family-friendly service. All kids menu meals include a choic...

 

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