Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit San Francisco: Crustacean San Francisco




June 5, 2017

Visit San Francisco: Crustacean San Francisco

I was thisclose in missing out.  I've never been a big fan of crab so I was set on ordering the shaken beef, but as I sat with my dinner mates and listened to them go on and on (and on) about how amazing the whole roasted Dungeness crab is, I made a last minute decision that changed my outlook on life.

I was very adamant that I didn't like crab, but I discovered the taste of food could easily change if it is prepared or served a different way...or if it's just better quality.  I totally learned my lesson as I tore through that crab.  It was delicious and I am glad I gave it a try.  Besides the crab, I'd recommend the garlic noodles and the garlic rice.  The fried banana with ice cream was a nice way to end the filling meal.  

Crustacean San Francisco is the first restaurant by House of An which operates several restaurants and a catering company all featuring the Euro-Asian fusion cuisine of Master Chef Helene "Mama" An.  Curstacean San Francisco is open daily for dinner 
from 5pm.



  1. My hubby was the same as you, until I told him (while he was deciding on what to order) "look around you - what do you see??" CRABS!

    1. hahahaha How could so many people be wrong?? Duh! :D


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