Living in one of the world’s best cities for food, we have a chance to taste the culinary masterpieces of world-famous chefs almost daily. Furthermore, because of the incredibly tough competition and advanced palates in this city, a restaurant can’t keep its doors open if the food does not taste outstanding.
The San Francisco food critics visit various Bay Area establishments to guide you on where to eat, what to eat, and sometimes how to eat. From Asian cuisine to Peruvian fare, from fine dining establishments to food trucks, San Francisco is one city that offers it all.
Read to find out where to be and what to devour.
Fogo de Chao is a haven for meat-lovers. Offering possibly the best meat in San Francisco, it showcases Brazilian BBQ called churrasco and provides beef, lamb, pork and chicken cuts as well as a full salad and vegetable bar and a wide array of wines in their cellar. Seabass option is also available.
Omakase is located in the SOMA area of San Francisco, offering a 21 course Japanese dinner with fish flown in from the famed Tsukiji Fish Market in Japan. Read the review to find out exactly how our visit went.
When you don't have buttermilk but want pancakes, here's a pancake recipe that rivals the best buttermilk pancakes. They turn out crispy and beautifully browned with an airy and fluffiness within that can only be compared to soft pillows!
We reviewed Bar Agricole in San Francisco. With an outstanding outdoor patio, great atmosphere inside, good food and strong, delicious cocktails, find out what makes Bar Agricole special and what we thought of the food during our visit.
We visited Top Dog in Berkeley to taste all 10 Top Dog hot dogs. Discover the results of our taste test, and find out which ones made our "must order" list, and which ones didn't meet our expectations.
Having guests over and need something easy? Here's a staple in my kitchen for group dinners--a delightfully easy Japanese curry recipe that is sure to please all and convince them that you are a master of the kitchen, even if you don't know how to make a thing.
On these cold winter nights, a hearty and rich beef stroganoff hits the spot. In this post, I’ll walk you through exactly how to cook my version of stroganoff at home. It’s creamy, flavorful, decadent and absolutely comforting. Continue reading →