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Frisco Fried

Map & Directions 5176 Third St.
San Francisco, CA 94124
  • Comfort Foods, Soul Food
  • Sun, Tue-Sat 11am-7pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, American Express
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • None
  • Not Accepted
  • No Parking


SF Weekly's Description

"Fried with pride" is the slogan of this soul food restaurant in Bayview, which has been serving up Southern favorites since 2010. The place is painted Giants orange, decorated with enough home-team totems to make you think the games were still being played at nearby Candlestick. There's a gallery of African American heroes -- Dr. King, of course, and a Christmas-card-ready portrait of the Obamas. Handsome as that is, it can't touch Frisco Fried's House Special chicken and waffle, two crisp-crusted pieces of some of the moistest bird this side of Treasure Island. The flavor pulses on the strength of salt and garlic powder, a counterpoint to the waffle's restrained pumpkin-pie-spice sweetness. The rest of the menu offers chicken and pork chop dinners, flavored wings, fried catfish, garlic noodles, and sides like buttered corn, yams, mashed potatoes, green beans, and potato salad. All food is fried without trans fats.

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  • Grub Crawl on 06/20/11


  • Chika E. on 01/21/12

    Get the two piece chicken with yams and mac&cheese on the sides. Tasty!

  • Clement L. on 11/18/11

    Slowest service ever

  • Anton S. on 10/28/13

    Get the two-piece fried chicken with greens ($8.99); comes with corn muffin.

  • Nicole R. on 08/30/13

    Food is wayy overpriced. I ordered the 2way prawns w/ snapper. The chef said it was loaded with flavor.. If flavor means drowned in salt, not sure if I'll be dinning here again... Water please

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