Saigon Sandwich Only a few years ago, the Bahn Mi was a much lesser known quantity than it is today. It’s current ubiquity in S.F is owed to a large extent, I would argue, to Saigon Sandwich. For all I know there were Vietnamese sandwiches staring me in the face around
Jasmine Garden’s Bun Bo Hue Two doors down from what used to be called The Transfer on 14th Street is Jasmine Garden, a fairly un-assuming Vietnamese restaurant. It is nestled right in the crook of one of S.F’s major transportation hubs (from which was derived the name of the above-mentioned
Cordon Bleu The symbiotic relationship that exist between a restaurant and the bar next to it don’t get much better or more mutually beneficial than the one that exists between Cordon Bleu and Encore on California Street, just off Polk. One serves cheap, delicious and hearty food, the other is
Americana Grill is without a doubt one of the “most unique restaurants in the Bay Area.” I’m unsure as to why this place offers items like cheese steak sandwiches, veal scaloppini, and pho all on the same menu, but damnit, it’s all delicious and affordable. Americana Grill offers a serious
Another day, another “Shit, my friends want to go out to eat because apparently that’s what people like to do in this damn city! Oh god, they want to go to the West Village! Whyyyyyy!” situation in which I feverishly hunt for dining options that have that have that special
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Saigon Sandwich may look a bit sketchy from the outside, but the sandwiches are more than satisfying on the inside. Tucked away on Larkin, between Eddy and Turk, you might question actually going into this place if you were just passing by. But no, you need to get in there