Artichoke soup with leeks and fenugreek. Butternut squash soup with chestnuts and Ethiopian curry. Pre fixe menu
Radio Africa & Kitchen, San Francisco CA
The artichoke soup was really delicious, and nice and warm. The butternut squash soup on the other hand was cold and not very appetizing because of it. Thank goodness there were two to choose from.
Crab salad crostini. Complimentary
These were delicious little bites compliments of the chef. I liked that it was made with real crab and not imitation.
Downtown view from my office.
Served with side salad. $6
Cassava, San Francisco CA
This quiche was pretty good, but it was super small! Even with the salad, was I starving for more food. I had already mentioned that we actually walked up the street and got dumplings after this because it just wasn’t a substantial meal. Yay for the products, boo for the portions.
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2013
Spiced honey red sangria: Chardonnay, triple sec, grapes, blueberries, orange, cinnamon. $6
“Something Nice” cocktail: Vinho verde, orange juice, Capano Antica, Byrrh. $6
Both these breakfast cocktails were really tasty!
Jessie Square on a sunny day!
Rotating cuts of Hornbrook Heritage Farms 100% red wattle pigs, mashed potatoes, butternut squash, white turnip, kale, shaved brussels sprouts, smoked bacon, and natural jus. $25
Citizen’s Band, San Francisco CA
Mmm, this pork was super tender and delicious! The mashed potatoes and mixed vegetables were the perfect accompaniment to this huge cut of pig, hehe.
Mini oatmeal cookies. Complimenatry with check
Small white orchid flowers, Castro Street.
With butternut squash, quince, arugula, olio nuevo olive oil, chestnut vinaigrette. New Year four-course tasting menu $80
RN74, San Francisco
This was tasty! I love the combination of sweet, earthy beets and peppery arugula. The vinaigrette and diced toppings were also lovey.
Bread and butter with salt. I love real butter, SO good!