Nothing gets my mouth to watering than the mere smell of my mother frying chicken. From the smell alone, I know what’s to come. I know that she’ll saute mushrooms, add cream of mushroom and milk to make a gravy, soy sauce and add the chicken back into the sauce.
Maoz is (sort of) a chain, but there’s only one in the Bay Area. I love the simple concept: they only sell pitas, falafel, and fries. And sure, I wouldn’t call it “authentic” Mediterranean food, but it is damn tasty. So why even mention Maoz? The best thing about it
Old school. Cheap. Delicious. Haig’s Deli has been serving up delicious, affordable Mediterranean food for decades. Their food is so good, in fact, that it is sold in stores all over the Bay. Perhaps I’m partial to Haig’s because it’s only four blocks from my apartment. In reality, though, Haig’s
New York is, as they say, a melting pot of cultures. I never quite understood that, because I’ve never had a pot I consider prime for melting stuff in. I guess it’d be pretty wide and non-stick? Regardless, sometimes that social fondue can create some delicious things to dip various
Before embarking on a recent trip across ye olde pond, I asked pals for cheap eats tips since my budget baller ways must follow me wherever I go. After an overwhelming response to try the same “it’s the best in the world, seriously” falafel joint in Paris, I was considerably
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When most people think of Flipper’s, A Gourmet Hamburger Place, I’m betting they probably think of burgers. While it’s true that the menu at Flipper’s features almost 20 different kinds of burgers, it’s actually more like a Squat & Gobble-type restaurant offering everything from salad to crepes to falafel platters.
Cheap liquor usually isn’t a problem on Castro, but cheap food can be little harder to track down- with the exception of pizza by the slice, which only sounds great when your stomach resembles a wineskin. Before you embark on your next flash flood, stop by at Rossi’s Delicatessen for