Marnee Thai is a decent sized restaurant located between Irving and Lincoln. The restaurant is fairly new so the interior is pretty nice (purple filled). The parking really bites on Irving St, so don't expect to find great parking! My family used to come here so often that the boss would call my dad "the king". The angel wings here are to die for. They don't compare to anyone else's. I would come here just for that reason alone. The food is all around good. The service is excellent and the restaurant itself is clean.
Dr. Chan is an excellent oral surgeon. He has taken out my wisdom teeth and my sister's. There really isn't any parking for free around his office because it is on Van Ness so take the bus or get someone to drive you. He did an amazing job on my wisdom teeth. I had all four taken out at once and it did not hurt very much afterwards. However I recommend not letting any of your friends accidentally hit you in the face because then you WILL feel PAIN. He doesn't get the full 5 stars because it took me awhile to get used to the holes in the back of my mouth and it sometimes still felt like food got stuck there months after the surgery.
Dr. Tang Duffy is amazing. She is one of those doctors that will warm her hands and stethoscope just so you don't get that unpleasant cold shock on your body. She respects your bodily insecurities as well. She truly cares about her patients and will go to great lengths to make sure your child is healthy and satisfied. The office has a great selection of books in the waiting room as well as a great selection of stickers for those kids who behaved well.
Bashful Bull will pleasantly surprise you. The restaurant is this run down dirty looking place. The prices are cheap and reasonable, so go here if not for that reason alone! The burgers are good, but I really liked the hash browns and breakfasts options here. You can get a good amount of food for a decent price. There are usually no lines so the only trouble you should have is finding a parking spot. The service was also really good.
Ming Tai is one of the smallest restaurants you will ever come across, but once you get started you won't mind. The interior is not that nice, but you come here for the food and great prices. The wonton here is one of the best in all of SF. It is full of shrimp meat which is rare and the broth is delicious. The porridge or congee is equally as good. I recommend coming here on a weekday or early on the weekends to avoid lines and get parking.
This place is small with literally no seating. Stop here for a quick Vietnamese treat. The sandwiches are decent here, nothing really spectacular though. The place is kind of on the less clean side, but the prices are very cheap. I recommend not getting the mystery combo meat and sticking to the chicken or beef options. This isn't the best Vietnamese sandwich I've ever had, but it is not bad.
Genki is the one place in the Richmond district to get delicious egg puffs. The egg puffs here are different flavored but my favorite is the original flavor (vanilla i think? and strawberry is a close second) The prices are not the cheapest but still not too bad. They sell ice cream, tapioca, and crepes. They also have a mini supermarket with many Asian snacks and treats.
TC Pastry is a small little place but it is great to grab a small bite to eat. The BBQ pork buns are really good. The shrimp dumplings (har gow) are really good too. The prices are cheap and you can just stop by if you want a snack. The place itself is not that clean so don't expect to eat here.
Victoria Pastry Co bakes some really great pastries. I absolutely love the macaroons. They are so good that they are worth the price! They are the best eaten fresh because they are nice and chewy. Also, the vanilla creme filled puffs on the cakes are really good.
This place is quaint and very laid back. I had the Cheese steak hoagie. It is the classic one only with lettuce and tomato also. It was delicious. The cheese blended well with the steak. They also serve pizzas, beer, champagne, and wine. You can get a good meal for about 10 bucks. I personally did not care for the Philly fries but the fries were crispy and tasty without the seasoning.