Split Bread / San Francisco

145 4th St at Mission Street San Francisco 94103
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 20:00

Think chicken that’s perfectly crispy thanks to our own secret recipe; pulled pork that’s brined, rubbed, and roasted for six hours; complex dressings and sauces that are made fresh every day; eggs that are pasture raised and the finest quality beef. It all adds up to a great-tasting meal that you’ll feel great eating.

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Tips from the Net @ Split Bread
Adora Anderson en
Great sandwiches...and awesome cookies. A little pricey for me...but it was worth it. Quick and friendly service. GooglePlace - August 2017
Martin Probst en
The burger was awesome, the sides so-so. So definitely a recommendation for the burger :) GooglePlace - May 2017
S T en
Good for quick bite. Nice patty. The buns are ordinary though GooglePlace - February 2017
Paul Vescera en
I had the #10. The porchetta sandwich. The meat was very dry on it and it had very little sauce or condiment on the sandwich to counter the dryness of the meat. The bread and the fixings like arugula were good inside the sandwich. I had to dip my sandwich in the ketchup to make the meat eatable. I asked the person behind the counter if you could customize a sandwich by substituting something for another and he told me no. There should be a way to customize a sandwich or burger here.The drinks were ice tea, lemonade, or water. The fries were the best part of the meal. They were nice and golden, crispy, hot, and soft on the inside. They also give you a lot for your money. GooglePlace - July 2016
Johnny Wang en
On the prowl for a savory snack, my friend and I stopped in to give Split Bread a shot, ordering their herb Parmesan fries and their crispy Brussels sprouts, both of which were pretty damn tasty. Both were deliciously crisp and full of flavor, although the fries were a LITTLE more fried than I usually prefer (I like the interior of my fries softer). Their Brussels sprouts aren't what one would normally expect when ordering such a thing, as they weren't whole, but were more like the Brussels sprout chips that Marlowe serves up - not any better or worse, but just something to bear in mind. ***Accessibility Info*** Venue - Large, open, and spacious, with plenty of accessible seating. Bathroom - Didn't check them out, so no comment. GooglePlace - June 2016