Category: san francisco

Bella Trattoria: Reviews

Stephen: “Bella’s gnocchi is the lightest in the city.”
Ruth: “The straightforward menu makes this a good choice for bringing together a group for a fun night out.”
Sharmila: “The gnocchi was some of the best I’ve had, excellent light and fluffy, words which should be, but rarely are associated with gnocchi.”

Outerlands: Reviews

Ruth: “The Carrot Ginger Cake with Crème Fraîche and Limes was a revelation.”
Stephen: ” Be sure to order the homemade Levain toast and butter for nibblers over wine.”
Sharmila: “My one issue with this restaurant was the layout. SF restaurants are notoriously cramped, but this one was just really problematic.”

Greens Restaurant: Reviews

Sharmila: “The warm cauliflower salad was a revelation.”
Ruth: “The unusual combination of cheese, asparagus, and Meyer lemon were a delicious topping for the pizza.”
Stephen: “It was as tasty as any meat casserole I’ve ever had… I now believe that there is life after meat.”

Loló Restaurant: Reviews

Michael: “You always have to get the tropical tacos and the lamb burger sliders.”
Bill: “this wine margarita offers a quite refreshing drink without the intensity of the tequila.”
Taylor: “Of the 12 tapas, the major stars were lamb sliders, crab tostadas, and arugula salad.”

Wexler’s: Reviews

Stu: “The absolute best thing on the menu is the scotch eggs.”
Trevor: “Wexler’s is everything that barbeque usually is not: a chic, minimalist mid-range to upscale bistro in the heart of the city’s financial district.”
Nancy: “The food was excellent: perfectly prepared, but it could have been much warmer when we got it.”

Big 4 Restaurant: Reviews

Nancy: “Their specialty is the pot pie, and it’s the best — wonderfully balanced flavors of light but creamy sauce, large bites of perfectly prepared chicken, English peas, small white onions, and potatoes.
Stu: ” In sum: measured, clean, and precise service.”
Trevor: “You come here to eat meat or the house specialty, game.”

Source Restaurant: Reviews

Lee: “Once bitten into, the patty, made with beets, other vegetables and lentils, was reminiscent of a traditional medium rare burger.”
Michael: “We started with Peking Quack Spring Roll: delicious. I could’ve eaten a dozen of those and been happy.”
Andrew: “It had a nice sear to it, and since it’s made with beets, it was even red like a nice medium rare burger would look. The flavor exploded in my mouth.”

Morning Due Cafe: Reviews

Michael: “I got the Mediterranean Omelet…It was scrumptious and turned a grey day into slightly overcast.”
Andrew: “The service wasn’t great, but not bad. The food, for the price, was subpar.”
Lee: “The portions were very generous, the quality of the food was largely exceptional, and the service was outstanding.”

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