Pan roasted local wild salmon – Lot 7

Pan roasted local wild salmon - Lot 7
Broccolini, baby carrots, harcot vert, fennel, and herbed tartar. $26
Lot 7, San Francisco CA

Wow, that herbed tartar sauce was amazing! And all the vegetables on the plate were beautifully cooked. The salmon, however, was a tad over-done for my taste.

Toilet paper-covered bicycle
Toilet paper-covered bicycle, 16th Street.

Rare grilled ahi tuna – Lot 7

Rare grilled ahi tuna - Lot 7
Artichoke, cauliflower, roasted potatoes, muhammara. $25
Lot 7, San Francisco CA

This was delicious! The tuna was beautiful and the vegetables were perfectly cooked too. I’ve never had muhammara before, but this condiment was SO tasty! I guess it’s traditionally made from aleppo peppers, ground walnuts, breadcrumbs, and olive oil and can have additional ingredients. Noms!

Antique wall fixture
Antique wall fixture, US Customhouse, Battery Street. Not really sure what this was used for, hehe.

Raw oysters – Lot 7

Raw oysters - Lot 7
Kusshi (BC), Kumamoto (WA), Shigoku (WA), and Fanny Bay (WA). Served with cocktail sauce and a mignonette. $24
Lot 7, San Francisco CA

I usually prefer the smallest oysters, but in this grouping I think the Shigokus were the best tasting. Omg, I’m finally making my way up the raw oyster chain, lol!

Red wine - Lot 7
Malbec, Tahuan, Mendoza, Argentina, 2011. $9
Pinot Noir, 24 Knots, Central Coast, 2009. $11

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts advertisement
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts advertisement, 24th Street Bart Station.