Joe’s Cable Car Restaurant Review, San Francisco
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Joe\\\'s Cable Car Restaurant
4320 Mission St (At Silver)
San Francisco, CA 94112
Joe’s Cable Car Restaurant was recently featured on the Food Network Channel show “Diners, Drive-in’s and Dive’s”. They been around since 1965 and proudly ground their own chuck. It is located in the Mission Terrace area, serves sit down diners, has to go and has its own parking lot. They serve burgers but also have sandwiches and hot dogs.
Decor, Vibe – Neon lite up decor with lots of lights for the holidays. Classic diner booths with families and locals of all ages eating.
What was dish (Price), what in it, Presentation, and why good or bad
The Cable Fresh Ground Beef Steak ($9.75) with 4oz patty, Cheddar cheese (+$0.85), all the usually fixings was cooked correctly to a desired medium rare. The burger tasted good with a lot of meat flavor. The cheese was average as was the bun. All in all, this was a decent, solid burger but not as good as the best.
Onion Rings ($3.50 small) were delicious. Very crispy, perfectly battered and fried.
French Fries ($2.25 small) were pretty average. Decent potatoes, but nothing outstanding.
Joe’s Cable Car Restaurant took about 10 minutes to cook and serve the freshly made burger. We would place this above fast food places like In and Out, but would not rank it as high as Pearl’s, Polker’s, Mo’s, Burgermeister, or Custom Burger.
If you were near them and wanted a solid burger, do not hesitate going. Prices are on the high side, as they see this more of a sit down restaurant than a fast food joint.
Filed under: $, 2 stars, American Restaurant, Burger, California, Dine Again?, Maybe Again, Restaurant Cost, Restaurant Cuisine, Restaurant Location, Restaurant Rating, Restaurant Review, San Francisco Restaurants, United States | Tags: Burger Restaurant, Joe's Cable Car, Lunch, Mission Terrace
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