These definitely weren’t the best ceviche I’ve ever had, but I will say that they were a steal at only four bucks. The fish was a bit on the grainy side and it was overall on the acidic side. Thank goodness for the avocado slice that helped mellow it out.
Oven-roasted pork belly, shaved cabbage, red radish, avocado, cilantro, mustard seed mayo. $9.50 Sushirrito, San Francisco CA
These sushi burritos are super popular during lunchtime in the Financial District/SoMa. I think they’re delicious but it’s also a lot of rice and I’m trying to cut back on carbs (I need to maintain my trim figure, lol). I’ve tried several varieties now and I liked this Porkivore. The pork belly was delicious and the mustard seed mayo was a good sauce accompaniment especially with added hot sauce. Noms!
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Fountain, Yerba Buena Park.
Shrimp tempura roll topped with unagi, avocado, tobiko. $14 Wasabi Bistro, San Francisco CA
Dragon rolls served at most Japanese restaurants tend to be similar and they’re all pretty good. I mean it has fried things and salty things and plenty of different textures! It’s really a no-brainer as a crowd pleaser. This was a yummy version and a great size.
Avocado, cucumber, tomato. $15 Pesce, San Francisco CA
This dish was tasty and not overly seasoned. (I’ve personally found that over-seasoning crab dishes is surprisingly common for some reason.) The ingredients in this dish were simple and delicious, and the presentation was appealing.