Brocamole, burrata, pink lady vinegar. Family style menu, $60 per person
Al’s Place, San Francisco CA
Meh, I don’t know if I really enjoyed this. I liked the individual components, but they just didn’t all come together to make a deliciously harmonious plate. And again with the side-plating, ugh!
Adante Dairy, Petaluma. Served with blackberry honeycomb and walnut currant baguette. $11
Farmshop, Larkspur CA
This cheese was pretty tasty, but I think that the blackberry honey was my favorite part. It was SO flavorful and tastes great with the cheese and bread.
Admiral: Templeton rye, ginger shrub, lemon, barrel aged bitters, honey.
Lima style fried calamari, shrimp, scallop and fish, yuca, cancha, huacatay tartar sauce. $15
Fresca, San Francisco CA
Mmm, this was great! I loved the breading of the fried seafood, and everything was still tender and juicy. I’ll definitely order this again in the future.
Fudgy yolk, lettuces, peas, spring onion. Tasting menu $155
Lazy Bear, San Francisco CA
Mmm, another delicious and beautifully plated dish! This was SO creative and I could never have imagine this combination of ingredients, but it was truly lovely.
Mama Ji’s, San Francisco CA
I will never dine in at this restaurant ever again! The wait for your food is excruciatingly long especially when you’re constantly seeing a parade of take-out and delivery orders leave through the door. You’re left starving and frustrated so you really can’t enjoy your food.
Salame, ham, mortadella, provolone, mayo, mustard, lettuce, tomato, mild Italian peppers on Acme rosemary roll. $9.99
Lucca Delicatessen, San Francisco CA
This sandwich was delicious! The quality of the deli meats was great and everything tasted great together. I had to wait to eat the sandwich so the roll was a bit soggy by the time I got down to business, but I didn’t mind. It actually made it easier to bite through, hehe. I also requested extra peppers because I’m a pig, hehe.
7×7 Magazine’s Big Eat SF: 100 Things to Try Before You Die
Sauteed eggplant, bell pepper, bean sauce and fresh basil. $12
Thai House Express, San Francisco CA
This was decent. Surprisingly, it was on the bland side, but I thought that the chicken breast slices were nice and tender. I would have liked some heat or at least more flavor though.