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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Tin Pan

2251 Market St. (16th St.) Send to Phone
415-565-0733
The menu at this Castro hot spot borrows bits and pieces from Indian, Thai, Chinese and Japanese cuisine. The concept is appealing, but the dishes themselves are hit-or-miss. .

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Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Tin Pan Restaurant Review

: The menu at this Castro hot spot borrows bits and pieces from Indian, Thai, Chinese and Japanese cuisine. The concept is appealing, but the dishes themselves are hit-or-miss. The nouveau noodle dishes in particular can be bland and unpleasantly starchy. Your best bet is to go with the signature dishes: firecracker tuna roll and blazing beef are both good choices if your tastebuds can handle the burn. Definitely save room for the dessert; both banana fritters and raspberry chocolate wontons are delectable. The wild bar scene is one of the main reasons people come here---after a few specialty Cosmos, no one’s liable to be a very harsh critic.
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