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Rhea’s Market and Deli: Reviews

Brian: “We all got the Korean steak sandwich, and we were all totally blown away.”
Beth: “We were a little surprised when we arrived at this deli because we were expecting a little more than a sandwich shop inside of a mini-mart; however, the food was not disappointing!”
Gary: “We chose four different “street food” selections. We weren’t disappointed. All four were fantastic.”

Sauce: Reviews

Gary: “We love their portobello mushroom fries with Fat Boy Ranch dipping sauce.”
Brian: “The portions were very generous and therefore the meal was of good value. The service was very friendly and offered advice.”
Beth: “The Pot Roast was “killer!” Normally, I am not the biggest fan of pot roast, however, it was braised well, was crispy on the outside, and had a juicy sauce that was not gelatinous.”

Patxi’s Pizza: Reviews

Brian: “Patxi’s Chicago Pizza serves up the best, most authentic Chicago-style pizza anywhere outside of the Windy City.”
Julie: “This pizza was delicious — the combination of the chorizo, jalapeños, and coppa was mouth-watering.”
Karen: “My favorite was the spinach-pesto pan pizza just because the pesto was so good. “

Mercury Lounge: Reviews

Julie: “What I really like about the dishes here is that they are designed for sharing, which provides a great way to try a little bit of everything and makes the dining experience more intimate.”
Karen: “Our immediate impression of Mercury Lounge was nothing more than a loud bar crowded with musical equipment and in general disarray.”
Brian: “The main courses were the highlights, led by the pork sisig. This dish absolutely stole the show for my group.”

Alhamra Indian and Pakistani Restaurant: Reviews

David: “So first and foremost, Alhamra is at the top of my list because they can deliver the spice.”
Sarah: “Next up was the chicken tikka masala. The chicken used was good quality, the meat was cooked well, and the sauce was a good flavor.”
Tony: “My wife and I both agreed that if we were living in the Mission District or even in the surrounding areas, Alhamra would become a regular take-away place for us.”

Mandalay: Reviews

Sarah: “It comes to the table unmixed, and then your waiter or waitress will toss everything together after pointing out each ingredient. This is one of my favorite parts of coming here.”
Tony: “The last dish to arrive at the table was the tea-smoked duck. This dish was by far the standout of the meal.”
David: “The samusa soup is a must at this place.”

The Elite Cafe: Reviews

Alexia: “One of my favorite characteristics of Elite Café is the way they add their own unique spin on Southern comfort food.”
Matthew: “The mussels on the other hand, at $11.00, were an exceptional value.”
Nino: “We were joking that it’s probably too pricey for a first date place, it’s more fitting for a second anniversary.”

Nettie’s Crab Shack: Reviews [CLOSED]

Bob: “The portion is such that half of the po’boy is boxed for dinner.”
Jacob: ” The crab roll itself was fantastic, with generous portions of crab that came in a soft roll, toasted to perfection.”
Lori: “I had the blackened halibut BLT and have to say that I had no idea what a remarkable treat I was in store for.”

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