Potato knish – 20th Century Cafe

Potato knish - 20th Century Cafe
$3.50
20th Century Cafe, San Francisco CA

This was wonderful. The pastry was very flaky and crispy. The filling was great and had lots of flavor! The pleasant sourness from the kraut was a nice counterpoint to the starchy potato and flaky crust. Noms!

Potato knish - 20th Century Cafe
7×7 Magazine’s Big Eat SF: 100 Things to Try Before You Die

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Reuben sandwich – 20th Century Cafe

Reuben sandwich - 20th Century Cafe
Pete’s pastrami, sauerkraut, comté, Russian dressing. $12
20th Century Cafe, San Francisco CA

The pickled vegetables were Great! Omg, the toasted seeded rye bread was SO buttery! Don’t get me wrong, it was delicious but it was dripping down my hands and coating my lips with butter. The red cabbage was nice and tart and the pastrami was flavorful. This was definitely a yummy, caloric splurge for lunch.

Russian honey cake – 20th Century Cafe

Russian honey cake - 20th Century Cafe
Krasinski torte. $6
20th Century Cafe, San Francisco CA

Wow, I don’t know how they make this cake or what’s really in it, but it’s SO frickin’ good! I loved all the delicate layers and I felt somehow fancy just eating it, lol! This dessert is definitely a winner in my book.

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Latte - 20th Century Cafe
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