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Walzwerk



381 South Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94103

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(415) 551-7181

  • Sun - 5:30pm - 10:00pm
  • Mon Closed;
  • Tue - Sat 5:30pm - 10:00pm

Cuisine: German Restaurants

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4.9 of 5.0 from 40 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Walzwerk Reviews

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  • Chinarut R.ham-stuffed chicken was amazing. get the grapefruit beer!

    55555 by Chinarut R.


  • Felix P.Most authentic German food that I've found in SF.

    55555 by Felix P.


  • Kian LaviGet the schniztel.

    22222 by Kian Lavi


  • Dave CummingsSchnitzel is real good

    55555 by Dave Cummings


  • Evan BDefinitely authentic German food. Delicious meat and mashed potatoes. Homey comfortable environment. Little meat and cheese appetizer was a nice surprise!

    55555 by Evan B


  • Hernan Rjägerschnitzel is really good

    33333 by Hernan R


  • Christian D.Even in Germany I would rate this restaurant highly. The Roulade was very good.

    55555 by Christian D.


  • Thomas PajorOutstanding German restaurant. I'm a native German and the Sauerbraten and the Rote Grütze were both authentic and delicious. This place is easily on par with German restaurants in Germany.

    55555 by Thomas Pajor


  • Vic Z.Good solid German food. Casual and very authentic. Great beer too of course.

    55555 by Vic Z.


  • Fred S.Richtig ossi cuisine!!! Lecher and perfect German service (read sour and moody but leaves you wanting them to like you).

    55555 by Fred S.


  • Michael G.Best lox in SF

    55555 by Michael G.


  • Vladie BVery tasty food and great selection of German beers. Do try the steak. Friendly staff. Make a reservation as you might need to wait for a table - the place is a bit small.

    55555 by Vladie B


  • Anne S.So good! Try the chicken breast stuffed with apple and bacon!!! And the potato pancakes of course!

    55555 by Anne S.


  • Coralie NTheir spätzle is delicious!

    55555 by Coralie N


  • Brad L.East German themed food with plenty of authentic kitsch from the DDR. Friendly owners and staff.

    55555 by Brad L.


  • Trevor NarayanTremendous food, and run by incredibly nice people.

    55555 by Trevor Narayan


  • Khoa MaVery good German food. Nice people. The beef roulade is nom nom!

    55555 by Khoa Ma


  • Ekaterina K.They have a ramp for wheelchair access!

    55555 by Ekaterina K.


  • Brian K.The stuffed chicken is excellent, as is the sauerbraten. And the potato pancakes. And pretty much everything. Great atmosphere. Small, and a little loud.

    55555 by Brian K.


  • Amanda B.Find secret German books and games in the drawers under the tables!

    55555 by Amanda B.


  • James P.The staff and the waitresses all speak German. It's just as authentic as authentic can be.

    55555 by James P.


  • Kathleen K.Delicious Jagerschnitzel

    55555 by Kathleen K.


  • Carmen H.I am German; I was born and raised there. This is the best German food I have had in the US! The potato pancakes (Kartoffelpuffer) are better than the ones my mom used to make!

    55555 by Carmen H.


  • timoni w.Suppenkuche is more accessible, and certainly more busy, but Walzwerk provides an interesting (and hipper) East German alternative. But do yourself a favor: skip the herring.

    55555 by timoni w.


  • Rajiv D.Try the Vegetarian Schnitzel (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Rajiv D.


  • Rajiv D.Try the Vegiterian Snitzel (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Rajiv D.


  • Kat E.The German Cheesecake with rasberries was the best cheesecake I have ever tasted.

    55555 by Kat E.


  • Kelly P.East German restaurant. Special spaetzel comes with mixed salad. Potato pancakes are thicker than you may be used to, with mashed potatoes inside a crispy crust.

    55555 by Kelly P.


  • Eric S.Try the tomato soup. It has a wonderful tangy, smokey flavor.

    55555 by Eric S.


  • Jim R.Great German food, but our waitress wasn't too kowledgeable about the German beers or wines.

    55555 by Jim R.


  • Lau T.It's grandma food. Very tasty! Try: Appetizer: herring, entree: beef roulade, desert: apple strudel. It has the DDR, Marx, Lenin and Hegel for decoration.

    55555 by Lau T.


  • Aquileh V.El beef roulade no tiene abuela, y el breast of chiken espectacular!!!!!

    55555 by Aquileh V.


  • Rene H.Try there signature soup 'Soljanka'

    55555 by Rene H.


  • FoodspottingTry the Beans And Brussels Sprouts and spot it on Foodspotting!

    55555 by Foodspotting


  • MazdaGotta try their potato pancakes! They are crispy on the outside, creamy on the outside, and come with chive sour cream and applesauce.

    55555 by Mazda


  • Julien C.köstliche Speisen

    55555 by Julien C.


  • Chris P.The schnitzel is to-die for.

    55555 by Chris P.


  • Andrea F.Go to Walzwerk and try the jager schnitzle or the cheese spatzle with a glass of Riesling.

    55555 by Andrea F.


  • hizKNITS S.Special spaetzle is my dream dish. I come many times a week when it's on the menu.

    55555 by hizKNITS S.


  • Tyler A.When they serve Chicken Liver Pate, mix some of it with the Jaeger Schnitzel.

    55555 by Tyler A.


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