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SF City: Special Take Out Food Near Japantown

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  • jous May 23, 2007 01:47 PM
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Hi All,

Friend can not leave house. Bringing food over. Location needs to be walkable to/from Japantown area (~ 1/2 mile radius from Geary and Fillmore).

Any suggestions? Some food just gets limp and soggy in to-go boxes. Some food stays fine for reheating...

Thanks!

-J

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  1. Noodles from Mifune.

    1. Won Mi Korean BBQ

      1545 Fillmore St, San Francisco
      415 441 3906

      I'm pretty sure they have take out.

      3 Replies
      1. re: See Food

        Won Mi has tasty bi bim bap (although I haven't eaten there in a while). That should travel better than noodles.

        The Thai place on the opposite corner is okay; cheap, not bad, not great.

        It's good news that Pasta Pomodoro by the Kabuki closed. It was reliably awful.

        Anyone been to the relocated Powell's fried chicken lately?

        1. re: Windy

          I tried Powell's last month. Not thrilled with the chicken or waffle. But am wondering how folks like breakfast here.

          Here's my post,
          http://www.chowhound.com/topics/39066...

          1. re: Melanie Wong

            Melanie, I've only had breakfast there once and once was more than enough. Very mediocre as there are many, many better places for breakfast, although limited in the area. The best for breakfast (at least on weekends): Elite Cafe.

      2. There's one of those pasta places, either Pasta Pomodoro or Fuzio (can't remember which) right next to the Kabuki theaters for hot pasta dishes if your friend gets tired of Asian stuff.

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        1. re: singleguychef

          It's Pomodoro.

          1. re: Gary Soup

            Pomodoro is gone -- it has been replaced by the new Kabuki Cafe which serves nothing but generic Caesar salads and whatnot. Hardly remarkable.

            I would recommend stopping in at Nijiya market; TONS of pre-packaged, ready-to-eat dishes including nigiri, fried cutlets, salads, etc. Also, Mozzarella di Buffala has a great fejoida which I have had to-go on a number of occasions and re-heats very, very well. Mifune sells their noodles to go with the broth in a separate container which helps.