Seasoned basmati rice, garbanzo beans, pickled carrots, tamarind, fruit chutney, herb chutney, yogurt. $12
Dabba, San Francisco CA
I thought this tasted fine, but it was mostly rice and kinda dry. I thought with the two kinds of chutney and yogurt that it was me more moist, but that wasn’t the case.
Greek egg-lemon soup with rice and chicken, warm pita. $8
Novy Restaurant, San Francisco CA
I love avgolemono soup, and this one was pretty tasty! I like how the lemon keeps it bright while the rice and chicken makes it hearty and comforting.
Chicken cooked with basmati rice, almonds. $12.95
North India, San Francisco CA
This was good, but I have had better, more flavorful biryani elsewhere. I thought this was just decent.
Served with steamed rice. $9.95
P.F. Chang’s, Memphis TN
This was decent, but not spicy at all. I mean it’s fried, battered chicken doused in sugary-salty sauce so of course it’s gonna appeal to the American tastebuds! LOL
Marinated minced ribeye, scrambled eggs over jasmine rice, carrots, cherry pepper, spinach, scallion, demi glace sauce. Served with croissant, rainbow potatoes, fruit. $18
Kitchen Story, San Francisco CA
This was a really hearty breakfast and pretty tasty too! Since I’m such a gravy-lover, of course I loved the demi glace sauce (spelled “demi glazed sauce” on the menu). The scrambled eggs were fluffy and soft, but I wish the potatoes were cut a little bigger.
Sauteed crispy catfish in spicy chili paste, with beans and basil. Served with rice and salad. $14
Banana House, San Francisco CA
The price has gone up a dollar since last time. I do like this fried catfish though. I wish it was a little more spicy, but I really like the flavors.
Korean bbq chicken with rice, kimchee and salad. $9.20
The Store on the Corner, San Francisco CA
I liked this bulgogi chicken because it was very flavorful and tender. I think it was all chicken thighs. I also like their kimchi!