1336 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122
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03/29/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Cafe Gratitute doesn't serve health food. Some people confuse raw or vegan with healthy, but Cafe Gratitute seems to know comfort vegan food well. Prepare for a few unneeded grams of fat - as in, they don't really add anything to the overall flavor. The food is hlt and miss. I've had dishes in Berkeley where I went ""wow"" (hemp pesto pizza), but the same dishes in SF seem to be ""h0 hum"". All in all, it's somewhat expensive but a niche that needs to be filled sometimes. Not great, but not bad either . . . I guess that's sort of disappointing for the City.
11/22/2006Provided by Citysearch -
This restaurant is simply classic. The waiters are extremely nice, maybe sometimes a little too amped up. The food is consistently good, fresh and bright. The portions are significant and the wine and beer selection pleasantly good. I prefer the 9th street location just because it's easier to get via MUNI and there are so many other things to do around there
08/04/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Although the ambiance is cozy and quirky, I found the food to be bland and unsatisfying. I ordered a ""pizza"", which turned out to resemble a lemon-flavored salad on a cardboard crust. Also, they only serve two slices of ""pizza"" as the entree, which isn't nearly enough to fill up anyone with an appetite. The masala chai latte was the worst concoction I have tasted in my life. It tastes sour, bitter, and tangy. It was the worst $4.25 I have spent in my life.
07/17/2005Provided by Citysearch -
The first thing you'll see is a purple chair the size of a throne, which sets the tone: the place feels like a cartoon of a cafe (bright colors, friendly staff). They've got both a covered and a garden patio, a pretty good selection of games and books, and, of course, the free net (there's also a free desktop). They serve beer, wine, egg scrambles on toast, sandwiches, and the largest iced-mocha in the city.
(If you've got a Mac, turn on ""Use Interface Robustness"" to get better performance on their wireless network.)