Ppq Dungeness Island / San Francisco

2332 Clement St at 24th Avenue San Francisco 94121
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 12:00 - 22:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 17:00 - 22:00
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Tips from the Net @ PPQ Dungeness Island
Derwei Chan en
One of the best places to get Dungeness crab in SF. While this place is a bit pricey ($48 for a crab at the time of posting), I feel this is one of those splurge places. For first timers, try the roasted crab and garlic noodles. Those are the two must haves! Be prepared to wait, it’s not a very big space and cooking and eating crab takes awhile, so turn over is a bit slow. Call in for reservations if you can! GooglePlace - February 2018
Anthony S en
Probably the best place to get crabs in San Francisco in a restaurant setting. The two of us had an order of garlic noodles and one garlic crab, and it was enough food. Was told that if you get the 2-person combo, the crab will be smaller, so we didn't get the combo. Service was a bit slow at times because they are so busy, so be ready for that. Decor was plain and minimal and nothing to write home about. Overall, fan of the place (for the crabs!) GooglePlace - January 2018
Angelie Khu en
We have been to this place a few times ans we always end up getting the set meal. They are popular so expect to wait as it's also not a big place. My favorites are the peppercorn crabs, soft shell crab and the fried banana ice cream. I used to love their garlic noodles tpo but somehow it didn't taste as good in my last visit. GooglePlace - January 2018
Pos Moua en
This fine restaurant is a full house during evening dinner. Diners must order the papaya salad—crunchy and refreshing! Aside from their hot, crunchy, garlic crabs, try their egg fried rice—the recommended side dish of the West. GooglePlace - December 2017
Victoria P. en
So I'm not a crab person... and if you are not a crab person too, come here anyway. The garlic noodles are amazing and worth coming! There's also chicken and other seafood items to dine on. I recommend the five-spiced chicken. My cousins who do love crab definitely had their full share here. One commented how much larger and more affordable the crabs are at PPQ than at other places, especially fine dining ones in the city. The dining area can accommodate large parties, but not a lot of them. So reservations are recommended. Parking is metered, but there is a parking lot nearby and I believe you can get a discount for dining at PPQ. GooglePlace - September 2017