August 09, 2010
Eating Your Way Through San FranciscoBelow are some snapshots of recommended dishes in San Francisco, taken from dining experiences over the past couple of weeks....it includes The Wharf and Fog Harbor along/near The Embarcadero, Limon in the Mission and Paul K in Hayes Valley.
Fresh Oysters Promise to Impress on The Wharf along The Embarcadero. Ask for him large - they have as much taste as the smaller ones.
Tuna Coated with Spicy Pepper on the The Embarcadero.
Syrian Spiced Duck Breast, Spelt, Grilled Figs, Hazelnuts, Watercress at Paul K on Gough.
Roast. Tomatoes. White Beans. Rosemary. Succulent. Tender. Incredible.
Risotto, Heirloom Tomatoes, Basil, Melted Pecorino Cheese at Paul K on Gough.
Aroz con Mariscos - Peruvian-style Paella made with Saffron Rice, Mixed Seafood, Spicy Pimento Sauce and Roasted Red Peppers at Limon on Valencia Street (a much better choice than the dish sitting behind it: Grilled Octopus on a Bed of Mashed Potatoes which was too Rubbery and needed the Mash to counter the tough texture and lack of taste).
Ceviche Nikkei de Atun - Sushi Grade Ahi Tuna with Mushrooms and Sesame Seeds in Soy Sauce-Infused Leche de Tigre at Limon on Valencia Street. The sauce and the mushrooms make this a unique dish and compliment the Very Tender and Tasty Tuna.
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