Slurp Noodle Bar / San Francisco

469 Castro Street 18th St San Francisco 94114
+1 415-553-6633
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:00 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 11:00 - 23:00

Slurp is a new International Noodle Bar offering an eclectic array of both traditional and modern Asian noodle dishes from Japan, Indonesia, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam and elsewhere throughout Asia and the Pacific. The brainchild of opening executive chef Daniel Sudar and local restaurateur Nam Kim, Slurp serves a menu focused on freshness, cultural authenticity, and nuanced flavors. Visits to Slurp can take you on a culinary tour of the Pacific Rim without leaving the Castro, nestled in the heart of San Francisco. From the wok, Slurp offers me goreng, pad thai, emerald fire noodle, Char Kway Teow and noodles with broth such as ramen, laksa, soto and pho. Slurp also offers variety appetizers such as homemade sui jao dumpling, curried cauliflower, adobo short ribs and lumpia. Slurp began serving meals on October 1st , 2014, as a part of their soft opening, to test menu items with the community. Two short months and later, following resounding praise, Slurp held its grand opening on December 3rd, 2014. Business hours Sunday- Thursday 11 AM – 10 PM Friday- Saturday 11 AM- 11 PM

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Tips from the Net @ Slurp Noodle Bar
Aiden Potter en
Do NOT eat here. I had a horrible experience. The place is not clean and you’re practically risking your health stepping into this restaurant. I had ordered the “Slurp! Ramen”. The noodles were undercooked, and the poached egg was undercooked as well. Later the next day just several hours after eating here, I had E. Coli food poisoning. It stuck with me for an entire week, that was hell. Their eating utensils are NOT clean. They reuse wooden chopsticks and spoons (not too sure about forks). Wood is a very porous material and is impossible to disinfect. That is a fact. They clean them right in front of you as you pay the bill, soaking them in a tub of soapy water. The chopsticks are provided at each table for you to grab. All of them looked like they were used over the year. Just imagine the bacteria trapped inside the wood from countless strangers. The tables were sticky, the cups did not look fully clean, and the water tasted like sink water. Do not eat here. Save your money GooglePlace - February 2018
Enrique Pineda en
Good service, friendly staff, great location in the castro, food is just amazing... Something def u need to try... They always welcome u with chips... GooglePlace - January 2018
Avi en
Really solid experience. Pho was on par, a very decent 7.5/10. Beef salad was really great with a variety of a flavor profile that stood out. Thai iced tea was a treat as they always are, and they make a really good one here. Quality ambiance and a really nice lunch spot on our walk through the Castro over the weekend. GooglePlace - January 2018
Chad en
Garlic Noodles, yum Foursquare - January 2018
Steven Lo en
As an Asian I cannot say this is an authentic one but I love it anyway. Probably the best Asian noodle bar in America. Staffs were friendly and service was great too. GooglePlace - December 2017