When we walked by Delica rf-1 inside the Ferry Building, we didn’t know what to make of it. After circling around a few times, we finally decided it was time to try it out.
Delica serves Japanese food. Their concept: Japanese tapas (Little bites + sake/wine).
The place: What I would described as clean and gorgeous. Wooden bar tables and stools provides a chance to eat communally. There’s also a counter for “to-go” items. Although I am not normally a communal eater, I do like how they set this place up with the amount of space they have.
Food: While they have some pretty healthy items on their menu, we went for all their fried items, so we really didn’t eat all that healthy here.
Flavor: Some items tasted way too salty (chicken karaage and Tofu Agedashi), and some have almost no flavoring (curry potato croquettes).
My overall impression of Delica is that this place is great for meeting your friends for a light drink, but for serious eats, we will have to walk over to another spot.
What we had:
- Chicken Karaage (Fried chicken)
- Agedashi tofu
- Curry potato croquettes
- Salmon sashimi
Your photos are great! Too bad the food wasn’t.
Funny, whenever I visit the Ferry Building I always stop to look at this place and but I’ve never actually eaten here before. You should do a list of top Ferry Building food stands! It would save a lot of guesswork for people who have limited time during Bay Area visits.
Good idea. Thanks.