Queen's Louisiana Po Boy Cafe / San Francisco

3030 San Bruno Ave between Paul Ave and Olmstead St San Francisco 94134
Opening Hours
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:30 - 20:00
Description

Come and enjoy our unique, over stuffed sandwiches and specialties that originated in the heart of New Orleans. At our cafe, you will enjoy the best Creole and Cajun dishes native to Southwestern Louisiana. As our name implies, we specialize in Po-Boys, the original Louisiana sandwich. Our sandwiches are served on a Louisiana-style, light and crusty French Pistolet (baguette). Our Pistolet are shipped directly to us from New Orleans, LA. We specialize in authentic products such as our Gulf Shrimp and catfish, Louisiana Community Coffee, Zaps Potato Chips and Abita Bear. We also do catering! Queen's Louisiana Po-Boy Cafe can cater your next event or party! Give us a call at (415) 656-0711 for information.

from official Facebook page
average 850 votes
2.6
Tips from the Net @ Queen's Louisiana Po-Boy Cafe
Charlie Jane Anders en
More of a fast food place. Loud tv. Gumbo was a mite bland. Very friendly and neighborhood oriented. Next time I would just get the po boys, which I bet are great. GooglePlace - August 2017
Bennett W Wong en
The French Fries are an excellent choice for the side item Foursquare - August 2017
Humberto Gonzalez en
best soul food in the city can't wait for them to open up their new location in fisherman's wharf GooglePlace - August 2017
Malisa en
My fiance and I both asked to make sure that there's enough gumbo meat in the gumbo that We ordered(which is the biggest size they have also cost almost $20). I even tipped $5 to the cashier. I'm very disappointed when I got home😊 Opening the container,😕😲 Scooping spoonful of nothing but tiny pieces of sausages and lots of juice. Mind you there was NOT a single piece of seafood in there! I get food from Queen's quite often. I'm not happy about the Service and the food that I paid for, which I actually did not actually get..... GooglePlace - August 2017
Emi Robles en
The only bad thing about this place is that there was no parking. You would have to park around the corner. The catfish and shrimp Po-Boy was delicious (even though I'm not a seafood person)But I liked it. My two-year-old daughter really liked the chicken tenders they weren't hard and they were really juicy, the beignets are delicious I just wish they had like a bigger option of ordering them, I think it was 3 for around four or five bucks but a bigger option would be great. On top of that they have great customer service the cashier was so helpful answering questions and explaining what specific items were. I would definitely go back. GooglePlace - July 2017