Come ring in the Year of the Monkey at our Lunar New Year Brunch!
Photo by Andria Lo
Pork Dumplings - $7
boiled ginger and pork dumplings
Banh Bot Loc Chay - Tapioca Dumplings - $7
tapioca dumplings mung beans and fried shallots. vegan.
Banh Tết - Sticky Rice Cake - $7
traditional Lunar New Year sticky rice & pork cake
Ham Sui Gok (Fried Mochi Dumplings) - $7
fried mochi dumplings filled with pork and shiitake mushrooms
Phở Gà - Chicken Pho - $13
fresh pho noodles in ginger chicken broth with chicken, shaved onions, cilantro, scallions and jalapenos
Phở French Dip - $13
pressed hanger steak sandwich with Thai basil and bean sprouts, served with a side of beef pho
Scrambled Eggs on Toast - $10
with nuoc cham and Vietnamese herbs
Vegetarian Rice Porridge with Curry - $11
thick rice soup with soft egg, fried tofu, roasted broccoli, carrots, dill, scallions and cilantro and a drizzle of yellow Madras curry. can be made vegan.
add poached chicken + $3
Taro Swirl Moon Cakes - $6
Banh Bia (Vietnamese Mooncakes) - $6
Vietnamese mooncake with flaky crust filled with mung beans and a salted egg
menu is subject to change
One of our favorite traditions is serving brunch on New Year's Day - something we've done ever since we started!
This year we’re doing it at The PizzaHacker, our homie Jeff’s pizza shop in Bernal/Outer Mission. He’ll be slinging mimosas and beer, we got you on the food and Vietnamese coffee front.
See you there!
This is our fourth year in a row at the SF Street Food Festival, which is the city's biggest, funnest and most iconic food festival. They've teamed up with the fine folks at Noise Pop to create a bigger festival complete with more music and food at the beautiful Pier 70 in the Dogpatch.
Where: Pier 70 / 420 22nd Street, San Francisco CA
When: Saturday, August 15 + Sunday, August 16 / 11am-6pm both days
Cash only, ATMs on-site
Fried Daikon Cake - $3
Beef Pho Rolls - $8
Mushroom Pho Rolls - $8
Vietnamese Iced Coffee - $3
View the full line-up and purchase Passport tickets here.
We strongly encourage you to get the Passport tickets, which are dollars you can use to redeem food at the event. Percentage of these sales benefit La Cocina, the food business nonprofit that organizes the event.
To get there: We recommend taking public transportation, biking (bike parking at Illinois and 22nd) or taking one of the free shuttles from Civic Center, Folsom & 24th Street and the Ferry Building - RSVP for the shuttles here.