[San Francisco] Fisherman’s Wharf Must-Tries: Dungeness crabs and clam chowder served in sourdough bread
When in Rome, do as the Romans do … and when in Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, California … order dungeness crabs and clam chowder served in a sourdough bread bowl.
When you’re at fisherman’s wharf, how can you not be mesmerized by the surreality of the beautiful bay and waters? As touristy as it may be, it’s difficult not to get soaked up in the whole atmosphere, which also sets you in the mood for seafood (though whether the seafood actually comes from the nearby waters is another question?).
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Every eatery – from small store to big-name restaurant – capitalise on this by serving lots of seafoods. It IS seafood galore at Fisherman’s Wharf – calamari, shrimps, lobsters, oysters, crabs and clams are aplenty.
Typical corny convo during meal time
Me: Urghhh! This bread is spoiled!! It’s sourish!!!
B: Duh… this is the famous sourdough bread … u noob!
I still think I prefer non-sour bread, heh … but this is still a nice foodie experience not to be missed if you’re at Fisherman’s Wharf. The clam chowder is thick and rich =)~
Another must-try: the ubiquitous dungeness crabs – you see crabs, crabs, crabs menu, crabs logos outside restaurants, crabs, crabs, crabs at almost every store, eatery and restaurant… oh, crab, I think I left my heart in San Francisco =x