Boneless chicken marinated in yoghurt with fresh ginger, garlic and homemade spices and finished with butter. Served with vegetable dumplings and yellow basmati rice. $10
Bini’s Kitchen, San Francisco CA
I was looking for something different for lunch, so I decided to give Nepalese food a try. this was very good and different. The sauce on the gurkha chicken was delicious and I loved the firm texture of the MoMo dumplings.
Slow rotisserie roasted pork with house made onion marmalade, fresh arugula, herbed sea salt and served on an Acme Bakery roll. $9.50
Roli Roti Gourmet Rotisserie, San Francisco CA
This sandwich is as good as ever. The porchetta seems to be even fattier these days (which I’m not gonna complain about) and just packed with flavor. I love this as a special treat every once in a while.
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die
Marinated beef, sauteed onion and peppers, cheese, arugula, pickled veggies. $11
Anzu To You, San Francisco CA
Omg, this sandwich was kinda pretty amazing! The beef was delicious, the topping great, and the sauces tasty. I need another! 🙂
Corn tortilla chips topped with nacho cheese, sour cream, guacamole, pico de gallo, and pickled jalapenos. $9
Senor Sisig, SF Street Food Festival 2013, San Francisco CA
This time I asked for “light” nacho cheese, and it was SO much better. I usually like plenty of nacho cheese but there are so many other flavors in these nachos that you really don’t need a lot of the cheese to dominate everything. Definitely as calorie splurge for lunch.
Broccoli, mayo, gochujang chili sauce, cilantro, melted cheese. $10
Seoul on Wheels, San Francisco CA
I liked the spicy pork, but I think there was just too many toppings on this. The unmelted cheese was particularly weird and off-putting when combined with the mayo. Not my favorite.
Boneless fried chicken breast topped with dill pickle coleslaw on a Dutch crunch roll. Served with spicy black eyed peas. Combo $11.95
Drums & Crumbs, San Francisco CA
Ugh, the bun was cold and untoasted so it really sucked! It was also dry and just kept crumbling and breaking apart when eating. The chicken was a bit dry, but I liked the flavor of the dill pickle slaw.
Sweet cured pork, egg, tater tots, pico de gallo, shredded cheese, sour cream, and Hula Verde sauce. $9.50
Hula Truck, San Francisco CA
This Filipino burrito was really tasty! I loved the flavor of the pork tocino, and everything else added to the flavor party in my mouth. Albeit, this wasn’t the healthiest thing to eat, but it certainly filled me up with goodness during lunchtime.