Egg, tomato, scallions, Tillamook cheddar on everything bagel. $6
Mojo Bicycle Cafe, San Francisco CA
This tasted pretty good. They didn’t have avocados because of the shortage so they substituted some delicious tomatoes. The bagel was a bit dry though.
Bacon-wrapped all-beef frank, Guatemalan chimichurri sauce, repollo, avocado, and mayo maya. $7.95
Los Schucos Latin Hot Dogs, San Francisco CA
This was sinfully good, but I will say that the bacon-wrapped frank wasn’t as good as the ones you get from a street cart. This was definitely fancier, but it lacked the crispiness, texture, and flavor that I was expecting.
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Hayes Valley Bakeworks, San Francisco CA
This was rich and delicious! I was amazed at how soft and moist the bread was. And I’m sure there was plenty of butter involved in making this. What a great savory treat!
Italian sweet peppers, red onion, farro, pickled chili. $10
Tosca Cafe, San Francisco CA
These were really tasty, and I actually really liked the farro in there. They added a nice texture and flavor to the peppers. Overall, I enjoyed the food at Tosaca Cafe, but our server was off. I felt like were either gonna do it her way, or she wasn’t having it. The timing was really off and she would disappear for long chunks.
Pork belly, boiled egg, spinach, chives, nori, bean sprouts, sliced red peppers. $11.95
Pao Jao Dumpling & Ramen, San Francisco CA
This was decent ramen, and I liked the slight heat from the spicy tonkatsu broth. I still don’t like their boiled eggs though. They seem old or have been sitting out for awhile.
Baby kale, mesclun, shaved brussels sprouts, walnuts, dried plums, honey-champagne vinaigrette. $14
Belcampo Meat Co., Larkspur CA
I didn’t think I would like this because it looked like rabbit food when it came out, but it was surprisingly delicious. I also didn’t mind that it was only lightly dressed. I thought I would need more dressing to hide all the leafy tastes, lol!
Grilled chicken in mole poblano sauce with pickled onions, jalapeno, and ajonjoli. Taco Wednesday, each $2
The Castro Republic, San Francisco CA
These were small, but very tasty and flavorful. I liked the mole sauce, and the chicken was pretty tender. And for two buck each – yay!!!