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Sabra Grill

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  • Mediterranean, Kosher
  • 419 Grant Ave, San Francisco CA94108 37.790712 -122.405519
  • (At Bush St)
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  • (415) 982-3656
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User Ratings (Based on 3 reviews)

2.635
Food 3.0 Value 2.2
Service 3.2 Atmosphere 2.2

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(415) 982-3656
Fax:
fax
(415) 982-3650
Website:
www.sabragrill.com
Notes:
Visa, MC June-Aug Sun-Thu: 11am-10pm Fri: 12pm until 2 hours before Shabbat Sept-May Sun-Thu: 12pm-9pm Fri: 12pm until 2 hours before Shabbat
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Kid-friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering

User Reviews

  • Sabra Grill

    Posted by ralph on 08/23/2011

    Better to eat only fruit than another visit to this restaurant

    The atmosphere is tense even before entering the restaurant. Never felt like this in my life. If the restaurant is crowded you are asked to wait outside on the stairs. No way to get in as the weary customers that have been waiting for an hour or so will make sure that you are kept away from the door. The owner keeps yelling in Spanish and sounds very rude with the employees. If you are going for the food, you will be better-off if you rely on fruit and hescher products.

  • Sabra Grill

    Posted by Barry Lichtenstein on 05/23/2011

    A disapointment

    My non-Jewish fsister-in-law went out of her way to take me to find a nice Kosher place for me. So I tried to make the best of it= high prices, no atmosphere. No fish too, although it appears on the menu. We both ordered a hamburger platter: 1- very pleasant and helpful Mexican waitress 2-Presentation was wonderful, but too bad a cow gave it's life for this. It was beef that tasted like oversalted kabab. I asked him if it was indeed beef or lamb. I ate 1/2 of my portion as not to offend my friend, but then realized that she could not eat it. The owner offered her a shnitzel instead. Final bill with one apple juice (bought in a bottle, no glass, no ice)- $62.00. That's right $62.00 for a few pieces of Kabob, 1 piece of fried schnitzl, and fries. If my sister-in-law hadn't made such an effort to find a restaurant for me, I definitely would have never ordered and left, or if for some reason I did, I would have just put down $30 and left. That would have been fair. There are many excellent Kosher restaurants in San Francisco, Mountain View, and Palo Alto; this is not one of them. This is not even close.

  • Sabra Grill

    Posted by david on 07/28/2006

    The best!

    I heard about sabra grill from some friends back east from new york I visit san francisco last month and i decited to eat in sabra I have to say that they have nice and easy location to find (just in the entrance of china town). I walk up the stairs i ordered soup (very tasty), combo salad with falafel [very tasty and fresh just like israel) and then i ordered mix grill (chicken, beef, lamb) the meat was juicy and tasty. I really enjoy this meal and the service. I will recommend sabra to anyone not just because it's kosher also because the delicious food!

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