I’m always looking for restaurants the will give guests to San Francisco “bragging rights.” By that I mean a restaurant the is off the tourist path of usual suspects (many of which are good–such as Tony’s Pizza and Cafe Zeotrope), and when you talk about your vacation later, you’ll be able to boast you ate a place very few tourists, and even few locals, know about.
Cajun Pacific is just that sort of restaurant. It is only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The menu changes weekly and is posted on Wednesday. It is small, and far out on the
western edge of the city. Go three more blocks, and you’re in the ocean.
Reservations are highly recommended. And it is an easy ride (about 25 minutes) to get out there on the N Judah, which you can pick up downtown under Market St.
Take the trip and treat yourself to great Cajun food, a San Francisco experience, and bragging rights about finding a hidden gem.
Cajun Pacific Restaurant
4542 Irving Street @ 47th Avenue, in San Francisco’s Outer Sunset