As complimentary bread goes, these were frickin’ amazing! I don’t think I’ve really had Turkish bread before (that I can remember), and it was really good! The bread is flavorful enough on its own but I love the extras that it comes with too.
Trailing African daisy (Osteospermum fruticosum, Asteraceae), Dolores Street. I love this ornamental flower! The mature petals fold back onto themselves and create an awesome visual effect.
3 falafel balls, hummus, cucumber raiti, cous cous, mixed green salad with feta and sherry vinaigrette, and warm whole wheat pita bread. $9.95 Cafe Flore, San Francisco
I love platters because you get to try many things – perhaps it’s the non-committal part of me. This was ok, flavorful, but the falafel was a little dry and I wasn’t a fan of the whole wheat pita. They were too dense for my taste. The hummus, raita, and cous cous were my favorite parts.
View of downtown San Francisco from Corona Heights Hill/Park.
Spinach blended with ricotta and feta, mushroom, onion and garlic on a deep dish cornmeal crust. $24 for large 12″ Little Star Pizza, San Francisco
This is my first Little Star Pizza blog entry, but I’ve been eating at this place and ordering pick-ups for a while! I love their pizzas! They are still my favorite deep dish pizza in The City. I love their thick, buttery cornmeal crust. YUM! All their toppings always taste fresh and flavorful, and I enjoy their chunky tomato sauce. I’m not a big eater so one slice is usually enough for a meal, they’re kinda large.
I cheated and added anchovies to half the pizza. That’s the Filipino in me, lol!
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2010, 2011, 2012