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SUPPENKUECHE

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525 LAGUNA ST
San Francisco, CA 94102
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(415) 252-9289
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Suppenkuche put its stake in the ground before Hayes Street got cool. And now it fits right in. The environs are great- benches, soft lighting, and group style eating. The beer se...

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Great fun! 6/11/2006

This was my second time at Zuppenkueche and I enjoyed it! The first time I was brought by a friend's dad who was a regular so we decided to go back after about 10 years. It didn't disappoint! They have a huge beer selection, and do an Octoberfest in late September (apparently more authentic) with beers that are non-standard. I got the pea soup (a bit too creamy for my taste, but good) and potato pancakes. This restaurant serves family style so we were seated with another couple and their food looked great too. It is definitely a fun experience whether for a drink or a meal. more

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Gut, aber nicht Sehr Gut 5/29/2006

Having lived in Munich for two years, there's something comforting about Bavarian cuisine. When it's done exceptionally well, it's a play of tender roasted meats, rich sauces and handmade dumplings that can't be beat. When it's done any less than perfect, it's a heavy, gloppy mess that sits like a bowling ball in your gut for the better part of the week. There lies the dichotomy of Suppenkueche - over the past 13 years, I've had amazing Bavarian dinners there that could stand up to Munich's best, and I've had meals that left me searching the medicine cabinet for an Alka Seltzer. The good news is that yesterday's meal was back on the good side - Jaegerschnitzel, a pounded pork cutlet pan fried with a mushroom sauce, with spaetzle that were light, fluffy and perfectly buttery. I accompanied this with a selection of beer ranging from a northern Koenig Pils to a Muenchner Maibock from Hofbraeuhaus. Can I give the restaurant four stars? I'd love to as the menu is traditional, and every German I bring in agrees that it smells like home. However, high prices for beer and inconsistency in the food quality keeps me from giving that elusive fourth star. more

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Who knew German food could be so very hip 10/6/2004

Suppenkuche put its stake in the ground before Hayes Street got cool. And now it fits right in. The environs are great- benches, soft lighting, and group style eating. The beer selection is superb, the menu is really interesting.Lots of meat but also a superb lentil soup and spatzle can make a vegetarians night! more
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