King Foot Submarine

★★★★★
  • 258 Divisadero St

    San Francisco, CA 94117

    Cross street: at Haight

    Map & Directions
  • 415-431-5217

About King Foot Submarine

Hours
Mon-Sun 10am-9pm

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I have literally grown up going to this place. From the time I was three to just recently, and I am 28 years old, I've enjoyed their subs. It's a small shop, but it smells divine. I LOVE their subs and am so sad I live in Oregon now, because I crave their food. Even writing this I wish I had a King Foot ham sandwich!
They can make them hot or cold, and have lots of tasty sides and drinks too.

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★★★★★

I have literally grown up going to this place. From the time I was three to just recently, and I am 28 years old, I've enjoyed their subs. It's a small shop, but it smells divine. I LOVE their subs and am so sad I live in Oregon now, because I crave their food. Even writing this I wish I had a King Foot ham sandwich!
They can make them hot or cold, and have lots of tasty sides and drinks too.

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King Foot is your typical submarine sandwich place with one exception. You can get a fried egg on any sandwich you order. I haven't tried it yet myself, but it sounds like a great idea. They definitely don't skimp on the meats, but the price isn't dirt cheap. Their combo foot long is something like $9.50. All their other six inch subs are under $5 though, so there's a range to choose from. While I was sitting there I also noticed a car pull up front and one of the sub guys ran out to give them their food. I'm not sure if this is something they do regularly, but it's a nice lazy thing to keep in mind.

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★★★★☆

King Foot is your typical submarine sandwich place with one exception. You can get a fried egg on any sandwich you order. I haven't tried it yet myself, but it sounds like a great idea. They definitely don't skimp on the meats, but the price isn't dirt cheap. Their combo foot long is something like $9.50. All their other six inch subs are under $5 though, so there's a range to choose from. While I was sitting there I also noticed a car pull up front and one of the sub guys ran out to give them their food. I'm not sure if this is something they do regularly, but it's a nice lazy thing to keep in mind.

Pros: Lots of meat

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With a pizza joint for a neighbor and a cafe two doors down, King Foot Sub makes an effort to stand out on a crowded block, starting with the menu. The fried egg, polish sausage, and steak and marinated cabbage sandwiches tip-toe the line…

 

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