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St Francis Fountain and Candy

  • Veg-friendly Veg-friendly
    ( 6 reviews )
Contact 415-826-4200
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2801 24th St, San Francisco, California, USA, 94110

Serves meat, vegan options available. Old fashioned candy shop with several vegan and vegetarian choices on its menu, including tofu scramble, green salads, and a couple veggie sandwiches.

Category: Non-veg

Reviews (6)

First Review by diva

Great breakfast place. - Edit

Wonderful veggie/vegan breakfasts; cozy eclectic atmosphere. Good prices.

Pros: Very good choices for vegan breakfast., Old fashioned charm. , Moderate prices.

Cons: Street parking takes a while.


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breakfast review - Edit

scramble tofu was watery and not cooked. what is with places thinking they can just mash up tofu and warm it then put it on the menu? all circus and no show at this hipster locale. good quality orange juice though


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Vegan options at an old style diner - Edit

Much like it's sister restaurant on Valencia, Boogaloos, this is a hip busy breakfast spot with a few vegan options. I like the soy beef hash. The tofu scram is good too. Not as good as Weird Fish, but the portions are much bigger. It's a cool room too. They didn't try to remodel the place, just kept it looking '50s and awesome. Every time I've eaten here and Boogaloos the service has been outstanding as well. Oh, and if you aren't sure about something ASK! If you're vegan (I hope) you do that anyway, but as one reviewer already stated the potatoes are cooked in butter unless you get the soy beef hash.

Pros: Good vegan options, Huge portions, Great service

Cons: Not a veg restaurant, Hip and busy, can take a while to be seated.


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Vegan Milk Shakes!!! - Edit

They have tasty vegan milk shakes!!!
They have a few items that are vegan, but beware that they cook the home fries in butter. They say that the soy hash thingy is vegan, but I would ask if I went back again just to make sure. Also toast comes buttered, so even though I am vegan and said no dairy, they waitress forgot about the toast, but quickly got me new ones.

Pros: VEGAN MILK SHAKES

Cons: butterriffic


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