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About Z & Y Restaurant, San Francisco

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Overview of Z & Y Restaurant

Z & Y Restaurant lies in the city of San Francisco in United States. Z & Y Restaurant is easily missed on a visit to San Francisco.

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Address: 655 Jackson St, San Francisco, CA 94133, USA

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San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge Bike Tour
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Ride over the world-famous Golden Gate Bridge on a 3-hour San Francisco bike tour that explores the bay-front city from Fisherman’s Wharf. Pedal a leisurely route to Aquatic Park Cove, Fort Mason Center, the Marina Green and Crissy Field before making your way across the iconic bridge. Stop at Fort Point and Vista Point for photo ops, and hear commentary on the sights from your guide. Select a morning or afternoon departure, and then keep your bike if you’ve got the energy to explore further on your own!

Big Bus San Francisco Hop-on Hop-off Tour
View Deal Big Bus San Francisco Hop-on Hop-off Tour 452 Reviews | Duration: Varies From USD 24.53/person

See San Francisco's most famous sights aboard a double-decker Big Bus that loops around the city. This 24-hour pass makes it easy for you to check out Union Square, the Palace of Fine Arts, and Pier 39, among other big-name attractions, at your own pace. Simply hop on and off the bus at nearly 20 designated stops. Want more? Big Bus includes walking tours of Chinatown, North Beach and Barbary Coast, three of the city's most popular areas. Upgrade to a 48-hour bus pass to also include a panoramic night bus tour, and Sausalito trolley tour.

San Francisco Vista Grande Helicopter Tour
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Imagine San Francisco as you've never seen it before! On a San Francisco Vista Grande Helicopter Tour you'll see all the famous sites: Alcatraz Island, Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco skyline and of course, the Golden Gate Bridge! Plus, your helicopter flight takes you north over the spectacular Pacific Coastline, Tiburon, Angel Island, Marine Headlands and Sausalito.

Skip the Line: California Academy of Sciences General Admission Ticket
View Deal Skip the Line: California Academy of Sciences Gene... 456 Reviews | Duration: Flexible From USD 32.36/person

Skip the line as you visit the California Academy of Sciences - the only place on the planet with an aquarium, a planetarium, a natural history museum and a 4-story rainforest all under one roof! As this is your pre-paid ticket, you will skip all the massive ticket buying lines. And to make it as easy as possible, this ticket includes instant access, meaning you don't have to go to a separate kiosk to redeem your voucher — just present it right at the California Academy of Science's entrance and be on your way.

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  • Delicious food, but spicy, and if tou like pepper you will like very much this food. I've tried the prawns in a spicy sauce, and the lamb meat. The meat was a little too hard to eat, it was good, and the prawns were very tasty. The dumplings were the best we tasted in San Francisco. We had to wait one hour to have our seats. This iced tea helps you with the pepper.

  • Stopped for a late lunch (3PM ish) on a Thursday while in town on vacation. not busy at all. It took a few minutes for the waiter to get to us, but after that the service was fine. The waiter was pleasant and made sure we were taken care of. Food was excellent. Had the Szechuan beef, pot stickers and one other appetizer that I can't recall. If was flavored just right, spicy, but not overly hot. Probably the best Chinese food I have had in a long time. Highly recommend this restaurant.

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  • After looking at several options for food during our visit to China Town this one looked fantastic. We were greeted by asking to move out of the way of the desk and told to write our name down on a clipboard. We were seated within 10 minutes which was okay, however the three tables who walked in after us somehow all got their food first (there were only 2 of us). Halfway through our meal we were asked to move tables as the party of 6 they wanted to seat were far more important. We reviewed the bill and decided not to leave a tip as the service had been so bad. As I was leaving I was asked where the gratuity was and was essentially told that 15% was mandatory. I always leave a generous 20-25% tip but the service had been so disgusting I felt I would be ripping myself off leaving one. Food was nice, but service was shocking.

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  • The food wasn't bad but was nothing to write home about (any of our dishes). Mediocre is the best word. The wait staff was kind but inattentive (ask for water thrice and didn't get it the whole meal). Decor was what you see a lot in Chinatown -- not very thoughtful or inspired. I wouldn't let the Obama stopping by thing mean too much -- I'm starting to doubt that he even ate here but rather just popped his head in and posed for a handshake.

  • Amazing food. Way better than I was expecting. Great service. I will definitely come back next time I am in town

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