Shredded chicken with green and red cabbage, carrots, daikon, and rau rum. Served with crushed roasted peanuts, fried shallots, and a sweetened lime-fish sauce dressing. $5.75 Dinosaurs, San Francisco CA
I liked this salad, but the chicken wasn’t as good as the kind they put in their banh mi’s. But everything tastes better with that lime-fish sauce on top!
Horses at Fort Funston Beach! Thank goodness my doggie doesn’t chase after them. 🙂
Roasted pork, fancy pork loaf and pork pate with pickled carrot and daikon radishes, cilantro, cucumber, jalapeno, and mayo on a French baguette. $5 Dinosaurs, San Francisco CA
Wow, pork three ways all in one sandwich! This isn’t the healthiest sandwich out there, but it sure is one of the tastiest – yes, please!
Sea lions at Pier 39. I know this is cheesy, but the sea lions are a major tourist attraction in San Francisco (Lou Seal is the mascot for the SF Giants, btw). They swim into the Bay and sunbathe on the floating docks along Pier 39 – kinda cool.
Chunk light tuna with spicy mayo, pickled carrot and daikon radishes, cilantro, cucumber, jalapeno, and mayo on a French baguette. $4.75 Dinosaurs, San Francisco CA
Omg, Dinosaurs is my new favorite banh mi sandwich shop near my neighborhood! (Saigon Sandwich still rocks it out in the Tenderloin.) I was surprised that this used canned tuna (I didn’t know what to expect), but I really loved it! These sandwiches are cheap and deliciously awesome!
Colorful graffiti mural, Market Street. I love the vibrant colors of this artwork found in an alley off Market Street.