Old coffee shop! Just take a break. The store recommends New York heavy cheese. It is small and tastes surprisingly good. The heavy cheese has a rich taste and a slightly sour taste, not very greasy, and the surrounding environment is quite good.
The bread is well baked, and the salmon is better than my own.
When we went to the Fisherman’s Wharf that morning, it suddenly rained. We didn’t have breakfast and turned around to see this shop, so we went in for breakfast. We ordered a strawberry muffin and omelette, both of which were large enough to be eaten by one person, and the taste was very good. The shop is located at the entrance of Fisherman’s Wharf, and it serves lunch and dinner, but we were too full to eat so we didn’t stay to continue our meal.
This cafe at Pier 39 of Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco also serves Western food. Its face is obvious, and the service staff are very enthusiastic. Many customers go in for meals and coffee. The coffee here is very pure, and the amount of muffins is very large. I am tired from playing at the Fisherman's Wharf, and it is a good place to rest here.
Coffee is indispensable in Western food, but most of the coffee shops in China are very unauthentic. You can drink more pure and original coffee here!