Pork with sauerkraut and cream, served with gnocchi. $14.50
Paprika, San Francisco CA
I can’t say I’ve eaten much goulash in my life, but this was delicious and SO comforting! All the food at this restaurant would be great on a cold day to perk up your spirit and soul. The pork was tender and the sauce had so much flavor. The gnocchi were soft and pillowy and great for sopping up more of the tasty sauce. Noms!
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I’m really not sure how to review beer. I generally just decide if its drinkable for me or not. These were pretty good and I love the large glasses they were served in. 🙂
San Francisco wakes up.
So that’s what goulash looks like! Gotta try it one day.
This kind had a lighter color than others I’ve tried because of the cream. Goulash tastes great!
I love goulash. My dad was German, and we would have goulash at least once a week, and mom made her own saurkraut. If I only had space for it I would make my own kraut also. So easy.
I didn’t have goulash until college so I’m a little annoyed that I was missing out for SO long! 🙂
Holy shit. I would sort that out!!
I’m not up on my Aussie colloquialisms, but I’m sure that “sorting” something out is a good thing. LOL!
It sure is!!
I absolutley love gnocchi. Having it with goulash and beer sounds fantastic!
Yeah, I’ve never had that combination before but it was great! Especially since I’ve had bad eastern European dumplings in the past. The gnocchi were a great substitute!
First goulash review I have seen, nice one!
Yeah, there’s not many eastern European restaurants in this city! 🙂
I LOVE making goulash. 🙂 Beer looks refreshing! Thought you weren’t a beer guy? 😉
SF photo just amazingly goulish.
Well, they didn’t have much else to choose from. And beer goes great with goulash! 🙂
Vincente – Beer and goulash is the classic combination, especially since the dish is originally derived from Austria-Hungary! Nice choice. 😉 Warmly, Shanna