A new restaurant is coming to the Design District. According to an on-sale beer and wine license application pending since November 2nd, Bebuze will debut at 655 Townsend Street.
The address was previously home to Unfurl Cuisine, “a local, virtual food hall that delivers unique cuisines.” Some restaurants nearby include Burma Grub, Omakase, Okane, and Saffron 685.
DragonEats, A Taste of Vietnam is listed as the owner. While it’s not clear how Bebuze will compare, DragonEats is a small Bay Area chain that is known for Vietnamese cuisine. Menu items include banh mi filled with roasted pork or duck, pork meatball, or garlic butter chicken breast — topped with mayo, carrots, cucumber, pickled daikon, pickled onion, and jalapeño. Rice noodle bowls, salads, bowls, and fresh rolls are also available, and, to drink, patrons can enjoy a Vietnamese iced coffee or a Thai iced tea.
DragonEats has three existing locations in the Bay Area, and the hours of operation are from 10 am to 6 pm, seven days a week at the Haight Street and Gough Street outposts.
What Now San Francisco briefly contacted Vu Lam, a representative of DragonEats, but he could not provide additional information before publication.