Stopped at Peter's Café after landing at SFO one Saturday afternoon. There were only two other parties in the restaurant so I was nervous that it was so quiet. The service was good, our waitress was very friendly. We ordered potato skins as an appetizer and they were HUGE. Very, very good - covered in cheese, bacon, scallions. They were super crispy on the outside, and just delicious. We ordered a club burger, which was just okay, kind of overcooked and dry, and the French fries unfortunately could have used another three minutes in the fryer - pretty soft. We also got a tuna melt, on which I asked for tomatoes, but they either forgot or the waitress didn't understand me when I asked for her to have them added. With the tuna melt, I got cole slaw, which was different from any place I've eaten it before. Can't put my finger on why that might be, but it was really good! All that said, we were not hungry when we left, and were satisfied with the prompt service. The building itself is straight out of the sixties, so we admired the originality while we waited for our meal. A neat place for sure, with a parking lot that was easy to get in and out of, which is a plus!
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