Petaluma Farm egg salad, anchovy garlic butter, aged provolone cheese, greens. $9
Il Cane Rosso, San Francisco
This was REALLY good! And huge! I could barely eat it all but I didn’t want any of it to go to waste. The eggs were good perfectly, soft and creamy. The anchovy garlic butter put it over the top – SO nommy! I also loved the simple salad that helped to cut the richness of the egg salad.
Definitely worth tackling the crazy tourists at the Ferry Building, hehe!
Roses on the table with my order number. It was cold outside that day, brr!
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2011, 2012
1/2 sandwich with mortadella, salami, provolone cheese, sundried tomatoes, lettuce, garlic, and pepperocinis on a wheat bun. 1/2 sandwich 1/2 soup combo, $5.95
Luigi’s Sandwich Palace, South San Francisco
Omg, for 1/2 a sandwich this was HUGE and tasty! I loved the combination of mortadella, salami and provolone. The sundried tomatoes and pepperocinis added lots of flavor. I wasn’t blown away by this sandwich but it was simple and delicious. Can’t complain about that!
Delicious pizza with squash, provolone, prosciutto, onion and goat cheese. $15
Beretta, San Francisco
I usually don’t go for vegetable pizzas, but this one was spectacular! Granted it also had prosciutto (that was my compromise, hehe). You can see that it had SO much squash on it – I kind of felt healthy eating this pizza. The thin crust was very good and it was sturdy enough to support all the toppings. It had a nice bite, good char and a great flavor. Beretta is up there with Delfina Pizzeria as one of the places where I feel confident on consistently getting a delicious pizza!