Clam Chowder at Fisherman’s Wharf

Clam Chowder at Boudin Bakery


This is something that instantly makes my heart jump a beat. I was visiting San Francisco in April this year for work and while I was there, one of my key action items [other than work ;)] were that I had to explore the local cuisine. So me and three of my friends – Manjunath, Vandana and Bhavna went about exploring Pier 39. If you’re in SFO, this is one place you *have* to visit.

On Pier 39, we found the Fisherman’s Wharf where we came across this beautiful bakery called Bistro Boudin. We’d done our homework before coming to this place and as soon as we were there – we knew exactly what we wanted to eat.

Sea food is what we had on mind and to start it off – Clam Chowder! One of the most exquisite dishes I’ve ever had! Clams cooked in a nice thick creamy soup and the best part of it all – it isn’t served in a bowl – instead, its served in bread. Boy o boy – did we enjoy the chowder or what! What’s good though is that chowder is what we started with. ¬†What followed were prawns, crabs and oysters! Yum, nom nom…