Chic German restaurant in the Mission.
2400 Folsom St
San Francisco ,  CA   94110
United States
Phone: (415) 401-0200
Item added by magellan. Added on 10/11/2009
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Schmidt's 5

Slightly off the beaten path, Schmidt's is a classy German restaurant just east of the well-trafficked Mission & Valencia Street corridor. They offer a plethora of sausages and other Bavarian specialties with a less raucous ambiance than other German restaurants in San Francisco, making it the best choice for a date (unless you don't particularly like to hear the other person speak :P)

The food is stellar, far superior that of Suppenkuche and the nearby Walzwerk. They have a decent beer selection, about on par with any German place in San Francisco.

I tried the spaetzle, a German-style egg noodle traditionally served with cheese. Schmidt's incarnation also included deliciously fresh roasted red peppers and mushrooms, alongside a salad with baby greens complete with vinaigrette. I've heard their schnitzle is to die for, so I'll definitely be back to try it at some point.

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Schmidt's 5

The German Restaurants that I've been to in San Francisco - Suppenkuche and Schnitzelhaus - are both rowdy, boisterous places with huge portions of OK food.

Schmidt's is a little nicer. It's chic inside, and the servings aren't as big. But the food is quite a bit better. I had a smoked brat, a pretzel, and the German version of mac and cheese and all were excellent.

And they also have a bunch of very good German beers on draft.

Good place.

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