Plow / San Francisco

1299 18th St at Texas St. San Francisco 94107
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 08:00 - 14:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 07:00 - 14:00
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Tips from the Net @ Plow
Alena Nieves en
Amazing find! Delicious breakfast, blankets to sit outside on a chilli morning. Friendly and attentive staff even during very busy times. We had the Plow breakfast with lemon ricotta pancakes, absolutely delicious. Slightest hint of lemon in a fluffy warm pancake. Also had Smoked salmon on toast. Good portion of salmon and toppings (capers,onions, cheese). Definitely recommend GooglePlace - December 2017
Div Manickam en
The best brunch in a very long time.. we had the French custard toast and the plow special.. Amazing ricotta pancakes.. mouth watering just thinking about it.. perfectly done potato wedges.. totally worth the wait.. we got lucky to eat there on a friday.. about 20-30min wait.. GooglePlace - December 2017
Wajeeha Mahmood en
Wait time is super long but food was well worth it! Had the soft scramble with goat cheese- it was divine! The potatoes are highly recommended! We decided to put our name down- wait was 1.5 hr at 11am on a rainy Sunday. Went to get coffee nearby and called them to confirm coming back. Service was good too! It’s a small place but well lit and didn’t feel overly crowded. GooglePlace - November 2017
Tasneem Nomanbhai en
I thought the food was good, but I wouldn't revisit as there wasn't anything that stood out. I thought it tasted like a basic breakfast meal - eggs, toast, etc.. They use a lot of quality ingredients and the place is cute, but I wasn't super impressed. However, it's very popular and we had to wait a while to get a seat. We came around 1pm and got seated closer to 1:45pm.They have indoor and outdoor seating. GooglePlace - November 2017
Victor Wang en
Went at 11am on a weekday and didn't have to wait at all for a spot at the bar. The food was delicious. I got the prosciutto and gruyere toast with potatoes and it was absolutely amazing. The perfectly cooked egg combined with delicious prosciutto along with a perfectly buttered piece of brioche. Potatoes were on point and tasted great paired with some ketchup. Service was pretty good although the decor and personal space was lacking. Also the sides are extremely overpriced. The sausage side for $6.5 is crazy expensive compared to the main dishes. I highly recommend sticking with the main dishes which are a delicious value and extremely filling. GooglePlace - October 2017