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Queens Louisiana Po'boy Cafe

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(2 Reviews)

3030 San Bruno Ave, San Francisco, CA 94134

(415) 656-0711

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Today: 11:30 am - 8:00 pm
Tomorrow: 11:30 am - 8:00 pm
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Hours

Regular Hours

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Phone: (415) 486-9066

TollFree: (800) 510-3663

Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
Portola, Southeast San Francisco
AKA

Queens Louisiana Po'boy Cafe Llc

Queen's Louisianan PO Boys Cafe LLC

Queen's Louisianan PO Boys Cafe

Categories
Sandwich Shops, Creole & Cajun Restaurants, Delicatessens, American Restaurants, Vegetarian Restaurants, Barbecue Restaurants, Hamburgers & Hot Dogs, Seafood Restaurants, Health Food Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisines: Southern, Deli, Burgers, Barbecue, American, Sandwiches, Take Out, Hot Dogs, Healthy, Seafood, Vegetarian, Cajun & Creole

Price Range : Average

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louisduke

04/20/2011

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Overall
These folks are very nice and know how to throw down

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

lazarwolf

01/07/2010

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Tasty Po'Boys and Hearty Gumbo

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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