Golden Crab House is a Vietnamese inspired restaurant. At Golden Crab House our goal is to bring a combination of traditional and fusion flavors bringing our customers a unique and flavorful experience. Here at Golden Crab House, we serve only the freshest seafood. The Dungeness Crabs we serve year-round are either caught locally or from Washington state. Our Maine Lobsters are caught from the East Coast. Please bring your vaccination cards for checking at the front.
Delight your guests to an evening of quality food and exotic cocktails at our unique venue just off Union Square. Travel through the tropical elegance of 1920s French Colonial Vietnam amidst the sway of palm trees and glow of candlelight. Take in the live music in our lounge, relax outdoors on the veranda or patio, gather friends and family to celebrate a special event or simply treat yourself to a night on the town. Enjoy a variety of event spaces for small intimate groups of 10 to as many as 500 people in the heart of downtown San Francisco.
Just as its name implies, the Dragon Rouge Vietnamese Bistro in Alameda, CA is a fusion restaurant offering traditional Vietnamese dishes served up with a bit of French and California flare. With dine in or delivery options, it is a perfect choice for groups and families. The menu at Dragon Rouge Vietnamese Bistro includes starters like crepe battered catfish and lemongrass curry fries. There are also all kinds of spring rolls, imperial rolls and salads. Dishes in steaming clay pots are a favorite at Dragon Rouge Vietnamese Bistro, but diners can also sample the lemongrass BBQ, the house noodles and the long list of specialties such as the pineapple curry stir fry.
San Francisco's famous Slanted Door is now in San Ramon's City Center at Bishop Ranch. Charles Phan, a James Beard Award Best Chef California, combines traditional Vietnamese cooking techniques with sustainable local ingredients in a modern setting. The popular dishes include Slanted Door Spring Rolls with peanut sauce, Shaking Beef, and Chicken Claypot.
While Slanted Door is opening this new location in Napa, it all began with an idea to open a Vietnamese crêpe stand or a noodle shop in the Tenderloin neighborhood. Charles Phan searched for a location but was told that there were already too many Vietnamese restaurants in the area. He moved the search to his own neighborhood: the Mission. He quickly found an available space on Valencia Street.The Slanted Door was born in 1995 with the goal of elevating Vietnamese food to the next level—modern design, sustainable local ingredients, quality teas, and wine pairings. The Slanted Door was quickly recognized and became too small to accommodate the reservation requests. The growing restaurant moved to South of Market in 2002. It was there that the team integrated a craft cocktail program, which was one of the first restaurants in San Francisco to offer craft cocktail menus. The Slanted Door moved again to the San Francisco Ferry Building in 2004.
Embark on a culinary journey through Southeast Asia at Tamarine. Nestled in the heart of Silicon Valley, this upscale restaurant offers a refined take on Vietnamese cuisine, served in a peaceful white-table setting. Helmed by Chef Tammy Huynh, Tamarine's menu features an exquisite selection of entrees, soups, salads and signature dishes cooked with the freshest Asian ingredients.Get your taste buds racing with some shrimp spring rolls before diving into a delicious entrée of crisp-fried whole Mediterranean striped bass served with a sambal shellfish sauce. Complement it with a specialty cocktail, made using traditional ingredients. Visit the bar between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. and enjoy great Happy Hour discounts. In addition to its elegant dining room, Tamarine also offers semi-private and private dining areas for guests who prefer a little more intimacy or wish to host a company dinner. The restaurant's elegant setting makes it an ideal pick for an after-hours cocktail.