They have no idea about what is hygieneness. I ordered cafe latte and drank blonde hair instead of espresso and milk. It's not obviously mine because my hair is black. I wanted to take a photo but it was too disgusting for me. I couldn't stand it even a few seconds at all. I just spitted out the hair. So disappointing.
GooglePlace - July 2017
Super friendly and efficient little cafe. Reminded me of the little cafes in West Village I came to love. Super fast service, generous portions and fresh ingredients. The McAllister breakfast/sandwich??? came with perfectly cooked potatoes (crispy outside, soft inside), sauteed onions and mushrooms that were melt in your mouth yummy without being mush. The spinach was sauteed just enough to be spinach al dente, which I find challenging in my own kitchen. Fresh feta and not-to-crunchy, not-chewy bacon made the perfect compliment to the eggs atop muffin. The ingredients blended wonderfully and all kept their individual flavors. The portion size for price was much more than I've experienced in the area.
And I'm not sure what espresso beans they use but the latte was perfect, in my own togo cup.
Plenty of outside seating for a cafe this size and did I mention the cute little doggy friendly water bowl and impromptu tying post outside.
Today I'm only a tourist but this would be my go to recommendation for breakfast to my friends visiting Inner/Outer Richmond, San Francisco or anywhere close.
GooglePlace - June 2017
Every time I visit SF, I'm excited to bite into a classic BELT from this place. It's sooooo good. The coffee is great, and I like the people watching (always some nice chill mixes of walks of life). Love this place.
GooglePlace - February 2017
Usually packed, best to get food and drinks to go and make the short 1 block walk to Golden Gate Park to sit (weather permitting).
Neat bicycle decor, and super friendly service. The breakfast burrito was "okay" bit the salsa it came with was super refreshing and tasty.
GooglePlace - December 2016
This place is relaxed, and cozy. Food is good. Staff is great. Tons of bike parking and Arguello has full bike lanes and green wave. They do, however, charge you full price ($3) every time you want to refill your 10oz drip coffee mug, even if you buy breakfast, which was surprising to me.
GooglePlace - October 2016