The line down the block was our first indication this could be THE breakfast spot in SF. Then we tasted the food. Fresh, fast, and supremely tasty Mama’s didn’t disappoint. Lots of love appear at in every dish. So worth the wait! Show up early and come hungry. The portions are large.
The most popular thing about this shop on the Internet is their breakfast, so I suggest you come over during non-breakfast hours. If you are lucky, you don’t have to wait in line. Freshly squeezed fruit juice slowly adds vitamin C, it’s a real deal
Victorian style decoration, very good, won my heart, I directly ordered the most conservative Eggs Benedict and Monte Cristo Sandwich, with coffee
Mama's on Washington Square will take two hours to eat. I'm exhausted! It's easy for me to have breakfast, but it's definitely worth the line! They taste good. I have never tried Mama's in San Francisco. I can only say that it is a pity!
It arrived at 1:20 in the afternoon on weekdays, and there was still a long line at the door. It took an hour and a half to sit down, and the shop closed at three. I ordered a famous egg Benedict and a scrambled egg. Maybe I was full of expectations for Eggs Benedict before I went. I didn't deny that it was delicious when I ate it, but it was not particularly amazing. The two boiled eggs are heated just right, the egg liquid that flows out is wrapped in the bread, and at the same time, it is equipped with specially made mayonnaise sauce, which makes the eggs full of moisturizing and the bread infiltrated by the egg liquid is full of softness. The real surprise is scrambles eggs, with cheese mixed in between, making the plain scrambled eggs elastic and salty. The spinach leaves wrapped in eggs and cheese neutralize the greasiness of the first two and balance the whole delicious taste.
There is a restaurant on Stockton Street not far from Coit Tower, a tourist attraction in San Francisco, that serves breakfast and lunch. Customers are always queuing during business hours. Out of curiosity, I also queued for half an hour to eat Had lunch. The simple western food here is very delicious and affordable.
The most famous and popular brunch gathering place in San Francisco is probably this Mama's on Washington Square. No matter when you go there, there will always be a line at her door! In order to avoid queuing up, I thought I was smart about closing the door at 2:40 on Sunday afternoon and then wandering past. I didn't expect it was still in line. Fortunately, at this time, I only waited for more than half an hour before sitting down. The restaurant is actually very small and crowded. Everyone in the kitchen is always busy. The overall environment follows the family route, and there is nothing special about it from the outside. But when I put the special weekend menu Dungeness Crab Benedict Crab and Egg Muffins in my mouth, I understood. Large chunks of crab meat, soft poached eggs, the fragrance of spinach and the mellowness of special sauces, the liquid of the egg yolk soaks the English breakfast muffins softly, the overall taste is distinct, and there is a small fire The smell of burning is so satisfying. If it is paired with a little Mexican chutney to neutralize the greasiness of the cream sauce, it is perfect! The shop also has Our Famous Monte Cristo turkey breast honey ham sandwiches and French toast are hot products. There are also his secret jams and super fresh freshly squeezed juices, which make you feel as if you are eating fresh fruit. It’s worth queuing~ But it’s better to hurry up early or late, otherwise the dinner time really has to queue for 2 hours.