Zazie is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

1. Zazie

941 Cole St (btwn Parnassus Ave & Carl St), San Francisco, CA
Breakfast Spot · Cole Valley · 319 tips and reviews

Jacqueline T.Jacqueline To: Went to have brunch and I tried the Ginger Bread Pancakes and the La Mer Poached eggs and I love it.

Ya Fen W.Ya Fen Wong: Shared Florentine Benedict, crab Benedict , pancakes and french toast. Florentine was my favorite and the latte was the size of a soup bowl. Very enjoyable spot

Kevin N.Kevin Nelson: Their bloodies aren't very good. The benedicts and the potatoes are fantastic. Spoiler alert: the potatoes have whole roasted garlic cloves. Super awesome.

Plow is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

2. Plow

1299 18th St (at Texas St), San Francisco, CA
Breakfast Spot · Potrero Hill · 335 tips and reviews

Vic Z.Vic Zaud: Try the The Plow (W/Scrambled Eggs And Sausage) - Sausages fresh, eggs moist and fluffy, potatoes insane....pancakes super light and fluffy

Agatha Y.Agatha Yu: Try everything. Amazing fried egg sandwich, BLT, cold smoked salmon toast and etc etc. you won't be disappointed!

adriana c.adriana castro: The plow and the avocado toast are heavenly must try. Service is very good worth every minute wait

Foreign Cinema is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

3. Foreign Cinema

2534 Mission St (btwn 21st & 22nd St), San Francisco, CA
New American Restaurant · Mission District · 331 tips and reviews

Maria L.Maria Ly: My favorite brunch place in SF! For meat-eaters, get their slow-cooked brown sugar smoked bacon. Go there when they open at 11am so you don't have to wait.

Tina Hui T.Tina Hui Tina Hui: Brunch at Foreign Cinema can never be anything short of perfection! Try the homemade pop tarts, the bloody caesar and any of the fried egg dishes.

Melanie C.Melanie Caselas: Very romantic dinner spot. Excellent oysters and wine. Loved brunch too. Such a beautiful space.

Universal Cafe is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

4. Universal Cafe

2814 19th St (at Florida St), San Francisco, CA
New American Restaurant · Mission District · 115 tips and reviews

Priya S.Priya Saiprasad: I absolutely love this place. Go for the French toast, soft scrambled eggs, side of sausage, potatoes and bacon to get the full experience! Also, don't forget to try their freshly squeezed mimosas.

John D.John Doherty: I had the pork hash, which was amazing. A good double cappuccino and egg nog french toast later, and I was really happy.

Vivian W.Vivian Wang: Solid brunch, get the beignets to start!

Sweet Maple is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

5. Sweet Maple

2101 Sutter St (at Steiner St), San Francisco, CA
Breakfast Spot · Lower Pacific Heights · 203 tips and reviews

Char M.Char Martin: French toast and millionair bacon...superb! Nice restaurant, great service.

Meghana D.Meghana Dhar: Haas Benedict is amazing. French toast is a must (we stuck with the classic and it was excellent). And millionaires bacon. Do it.

Mihika V.Mihika Verma: The French toast is divine! The Benedicts with wasabi hollandaise are great. Unlimited mimosas are awesome, especially the grapefruit one

Outerlands is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

6. Outerlands

4001 Judah St (at 45th Ave), San Francisco, CA
American Restaurant · Outer Sunset · 237 tips and reviews

F T.F T: Slow cooked eggs with grit is yummy! Very light and flavorful. Dutch pancake with fig is to die for.

Alyssa F.Alyssa Foote: Get the savory Dutch pancakes and a side of cornbread, too! If the line is too long, head down the street to Devil's Teeth to kill some time with a delicious coffee.

Renee B.Renee Budak: I had a delicious egg sandwich with asparagus and mushrooms.

Nopa is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

7. Nopa

560 Divisadero St (at Hayes St), San Francisco, CA
New American Restaurant · Alamo Square · 520 tips and reviews

7x7 Magazine7x7 Magazine: Come for brunch! The pan de mie French toast is crazy-good - days old bread is soaked in custard before being seared and topped with oozing roasted strawberries and lemon butter (made in house). Read more.

LaurenLauren: Outstanding brunch menu especially the Tasso ham with creamed corn and French toast(a half order is huge.)

Bommy C.Bommy Cha: Searched high & low and nopa still has the best burger and fries in sf. Request medium-rare and cheddar cheese. Smoked trout bagel and half order of custard french toast is the perfect brunch.

Kitchen Story is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

8. Kitchen Story

3499 16th St (at Sanchez St), San Francisco, CA
American Restaurant · Castro · 191 tips and reviews

Lisa L.Lisa Lee: Best brunch ever. Great atmosphere! Service was great! Try the freshly squeezed orange juice and their omelets and their rainbow potatoes :)

Adrian B.Adrian Barker: The mascarpone stuffed deep fried french toast is amazing; crispy and not overly sweet. Order a side of millionaire's bacon (if you have a sweet tooth) and you'll be stuffed.

James L.James Lee: 1: Bloody Mary: soju, tomato juice, house spices & pickles 2: Primavera Omelet: egg whites, roasted tomato, arugula, mushroom 3: Hellenic Salad: chicken, shrimp, olives, cucumbers, balsamic

Brenda's French Soul Food is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

9. Brenda's French Soul Food

652 Polk St (btwn Eddy & Turk St), San Francisco, CA
Southern / Soul Food Restaurant · Tenderloin · 462 tips and reviews

Beerblondie V.Beerblondie Victoria Olson: Food is fab! Must gets are beignet sampler (1 crawfish, 1 plain, 1 apple & 1 chocolate - do eat in that order for best results) pancake or French toast special w/ brown butter syrup & watermelon tea!

Kartik S.Kartik Sathappan: There's a long line so get there early. The beignets are great, especially the savory ones. Get the goat cheese and shrimp omelette in the morning and the fried chicken or shrimp and grits for lunch.

Cody H.Cody Hard: Beignet flight is awesome. When they have them, pumpkin pancakes are top notch. Otherwise, can't go wrong with the fried chicken Benedict

House of Pancakes is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

10. House of Pancakes

937 Taraval St (at 20th Ave), San Francisco, CA
Chinese Restaurant · Parkside · 40 tips and reviews

Mary X.Mary X: Beef roll pancake is delicious! Hand pulled noodles were good too, but lamb was tough.

SFGateSFGate: The handheld beef roll pancake ($6.95) and the sesame pancake with beef ($6.95) feature tender, dripping chunks of beef that will satisfy far beyond anything from IHOP. Read more.

Soojung L.Soojung Lee: Master green with pork hand pulled noodle, beef pancake roll!! Must!

Home Plate is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

11. Home Plate

2274 Lombard St (at Pierce St), San Francisco, CA
Diner · Marina District · 71 tips and reviews

Shari Marie R.Shari Marie R: Homemade scone w/ mango and strawberry jam is divine! The potato/carrot pancakes w/apple sauce/sour cream. French toast w/cinnamon raisin walnut bread & chicken apple sausage = home run! Fresh OJ!!

Hugo A.Hugo Amsellem: People are super nice, the brunch is amazing, and it's really cheap! Best breakfast deal in SF :)

Paul W.Paul Wicker: Stumbled on a gem. Walls are covered with "Best Breakfast in San Francisco" awards & the specials include highlights like Almond French Toast & Angry Benedict. Then come the scones with homemade jam..

Just For You is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

12. Just For You

732 22nd St (btwn Tennessee & 3rd St), San Francisco, CA
Breakfast Spot · Dogpatch · 126 tips and reviews

Kelsea L.Kelsea Lundquist: Get there early to get your name on the list, start with yummy beignets and coffee, then go with the breakfast burrito with green chili on top plus some oatmeal pancakes to finish it off....great meal

Gustavo R.Gustavo Resende: Beignets are delicious! Greg's Scrambled is one of the popular dishes! Give some sweet with fruits and cinnamon-raisin toast! The coffee has a great wooden flavor! My favorite brunch spot is the city!

Anna S.Anna Sellem: Poached eggs and creole crab cake is amazing! Nice outdoor seating as well! I will definitely go back!

Mazarine Coffee is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

13. Mazarine Coffee

720 Market St (btwn O'Farrell & Kearny St), San Francisco, CA
Coffee Shop · Financial District · 164 tips and reviews

Rafi S.Rafi Syed: Avocado toast, pastrami, great coffee, free wifi, comfortable seating and outlets. What more can I ask for?

Harriet R.Harriet Ruff: Superb coffee. Excellent working space and I spotted avocado toast on the menu. The wifi is super speedy and open.

Sara A.Sara AlShaker: Try the Ethiopian pour over for a fruity delightful coffee. Beet hummus and avocado toast 👌🏻

Hollywood Cafe is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

14. Hollywood Cafe

530 N Point St (at Taylor St), San Francisco, CA
Diner · Fishermans Wharf · 113 tips and reviews

Jenny Rae P.Jenny Rae Pearson: Delicious food, reasonably priced. Crab omelette is great! A must try when in SFO!

Mike C.Mike Cairns: The crab omelet is amazing. I was reluctant to have crab at breakfast, but it was a pleasant surprise. Large portions and fast service. Perfect!

Christopher Q.Christopher Quesada: French toasts as great. Eggs Benedict were average. Great and fast service. Best breakfast in FishermansWharf

Hong Kong Lounge II 穗香小館 is one of The 15 Best Places for a Brunch Food in San Francisco.

15. Hong Kong Lounge II 穗香小館

3300 Geary Blvd (at Parker Ave), San Francisco, CA
Dim Sum Restaurant · Laurel Heights-Jordan Park · 91 tips and reviews

Emmanuel H.Emmanuel Hale: Love their dim sum, even as an appetizer at dinner

Chester N.Chester Ng: Delicious dim sum. Get the baked pork bun and har-gow (shrimp dumpling).

SashaSasha: Get the baked pork buns. Best I have had. They don't look amazing on pictures but they taste it. Dim sum is great and reasonably priced.