Category: san francisco

Walzwerk: Reviews

Lori: “At the time, I was a strict vegetarian and a bit worried about what I’d be able to order in an ‘East German’ restaurant, but fortunately Walzwerk has amazing options for vegetarians as well as meat and potato fans.”
Bob: “If I were to try German food again, I would opt for the sister restaurant, Schmidt’s on Mission.”
Jacob: “The food arrived within ten minutes of our order, which is always a cool thing.”

Lovejoy’s Tea Room: Reviews

Dot: “Of course, my favorite part of the meal is their scones smeared with double Devon cream.”
Ray: “I received a quick lesson in how to “take tea,” and it allowed me to enjoy the process.”
Suzanne: ” While the scones were delicious, the rest of the food was sub par at best and the atmosphere was not very relaxing or enjoyable.”

Saha: Reviews

Suzanne: “The high-quality authentic Arabic fusion cuisine with fantastic vegetarian and vegan options will keep us coming back.”
Dot: “We were a party of eight, and they had no problem accommodating a seven o’clock reservation on a weekday.”
Ray: “There are lots of wonderful taste levels, but it is not for young kids or those that have an unrefined palate.”

Tropisueno Mexican Kitchen: Reviews

Neel: “The great food & fantastic margaritas combined with a relaxed vibe makes Tropisueño a favorite haunt.”
Edmond: “Each dish that I ordered had a unique & delicious flavor, especially the Camarones Tropisueño & the carne asada plate.”
Suwanna: “The rice that accompanied the chicken mole was probably one of the best Mexican style rice I’ve ever had.”

Bobo’s: Reviews

Edmond: “Hands down, the best steak in town and around the country! They are most well known for the bone-in filet mignon.”
Neel: “We also had the crab cakes, which had the perfect amount of filler in addition to crabmeat and were perfectly crispy.”
Suwanna: “The filet mignon just melted in our mouths and was perfectly cooked medium-rare.”

Pisces California Cuisine: Reviews

Suwanna:“Finding a great upscale casual neighborhood restaurant near our house that is kid-friendly has made this restaurant one of my favorites.”
Edmond: “The ahi tuna was excellent, and everything on the plate was cooked to perfection.”
Neel: “The prix fixe option was a welcome surprise, as it included an appetizer, entrée and dessert for $23. Not every day do you find three expertly prepared courses for $23!”

Pagolac: Mom’s Vietnamese Kitchen: Reviews [CLOSED until 5/16]

Ed: “You can always tell how good the meal will be by how fresh the spring rolls are, and they are excellent here with a great dipping sauce.”
Joanna: “I think this is the best Vietnamese food I have ever tasted. We ordered the seven courses of beef, a specialty of the restaurant.”
Lois: “There wasn’t a picture on the wall, and I found this restaurant very cold and uninviting. Our hostess was very pleasant, and the chef stopped by to ask if we were enjoying our meal.”

Zazie: Reviews

Joanna: “Zazie is a gem. The place delivers in so many ways every time I eat there.”
Lois: “The grilled mascarpone polenta cakes, was so tasty that I will be tempted to order it time and time again.”
Ed: “For what appears on the surface to be a neighborhood eatery, Zazie certainly offers a robust and eclectic menu.”

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