Rice Paper Scissors now open for lunch at their permanent home in the Mission!

Starting today, they’re open 11am-2pm Monday-Wednesday at Brick & Mortar on Mission Street just south of Duboce. Starting in March, it’ll be Monday-Friday. Congrats, Rice Paper Scissors! Here’s the menu:

Pate Chaud – 6
savory handheld pie with ground chicken, chicken liver pate and wood ear mushrooms

Mushroom Pate Chaud – 6
savory handheld pie with a shiitake mushroom and cream cheese pate

Banh Mi Op La – Fried Egg Banh Mi – 9
fried eggs with cha lua (Vietnamese ham), housemade mayo, chicken liver pate, daikon pickles, cilantro and jalapeños. can be made vegetarian.

Pho Bo – Hanoi-Style Beef Pho – 13
hanger steak and fresh rice noodles in a six-hour broth. served with shaved onions, cilantro and jalapeños.

Ca Ri Chay – Yellow Vegetable Curry – 13
Madras yellow coconut curry with fried tofu and market vegetables, served with rice.

Housemade Beverages

Cafe Sua Da – Vietnamese Iced Coffee – 3
a shot of slow-dripped Trung Nguyen coffee with condensed milk

Kumquat Ginger Beer – 3
fermented ginger beer with candied kumquats

Boom! See you there!

13 Responses to “Rice Paper Scissors now open for lunch at their permanent home in the Mission!”

  1. Luke says:

    I love this neighborhood!

  2. simon stark says:

    Rice Paper Scissors rules!

    • Bobaduh says:

      Agreed. A $9 banh mi?! Maybe if I was a wealthy fucking Googler I could justify paying that price. This is like that Creme Brulee place on 24th – just another fancy craphole for techie dorks with money to burn to go as part of their “SF lifestyle.”

  3. OJ_Jurer says:

    WOW Housemade Mayo and only $9 dollars…what a bargain!
    I concur. Suck a dick.

  4. Herr Doktor Professor Deth Vegetable says:

    jesus, nine bucks for a banh mi? That’s some straight-up bullshit right there.

  5. Chris says:

    I don’t get it. Wouldn’t you normally be desparaging this as yet another symptom of gentrification in the mission?

    • yupyup says:

      +1 …Regardless if I love Rice Paper or not or agree with their pricepoints, I also feel it is really hard for anyone to keep up with who you bloggers think is cool enough to be successful in the mission or anywhere in SF for that matter.. I guess the formula is friends with writer=cool enough to not get hated on and get some positive feedback on said business venture OR not known by writer or perceived recent transplant=not cool enough to succeed and sucking the life out of the SF that was once loved by all