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CLOSED: 3 Potato 4 San Francisco

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 2 reviews )


Contact 702-500-2468

1051 Market St, San Francisco, California, USA, 94103

Potato-based franchise restaurant offering baked potato wedges with signature sauces including vegan bacon bits, curry ketchup, Thai chili sauce, and bbq. Two vegan soups - a chili and chipotle sweet potato. Fast service style for take away. Confirmed closed, Feb 2015.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, American, Organic, Fast food, Take-out only

Reviews (2)

First Review by vegangrrrl

Nothing special - Edit

This tiny shop offers like the description says healthy french fries or rather potato wedges. You'll have the choice between a few vegan sauces. But i have to say that the wedges aren't anything special or yummy at all. Actually i had the Impression that they were squashy or not fully cooked. I mean you can go there if you are in a rush or just need a quick bite. The prices are good.

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Kick ass fries! - Edit

3 potato 4 is what we've all dreamed of late at night after dancing or going to a show or just needing a quick snack--a french fry restaurant! But don't feel "guilty"--3 potato 4 bakes their fries to order and uses organic potatoes. They have a huge selection of vegan sauces, vegan bacon bits for .50 cents more and two awesome vegan soups. The chili one is awesome, more like a veggie-full stew than a chili. The quinoa is a great touch. Plus the owner and staff are super nice and friendly and offer free tastes of sauces.

Pros: bakes fries, good value, quick

Cons: wait if people are already there, no seating

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