By the time we walked back, San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf was PACKED! There were so many people trying to catch dinner like us. It seemed like everyone had seafood in their hands and a smile on their face.
We walked around all the food stalls, found one that looked good, and jumped in line.
Of course being at the wharf, we had to try the clam chowder. It was really thick and creamy. Not as delicate in flavor as the one we had at Sandbar and Grill, but it definitely still hit the spot.
Next we ordered a crab roll. This was really good! We were afraid that it was going to be too mayo-y, but it was actually pretty light. The celery was nice and crunchy, crab was sweet, and the roll was perfectly chewy.
The calamari was definitely a bit disappointing. It wasn’t freshly fried, so the calamari was chewy and the fried bits were hard.
Overall it was still fun to experience eating at the wharf. There were a few sit down style restaurants but we wanted to dine by the sidewalk with all of the other tourists…hahahaha.
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