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BBQ Man Café

BBQ Man Café, while not wonderful, has improved since it opened. READ MORE

Boudin Blanc

gordon wing recommends the delicious boudin blanc sausage from Taylor’s Sausage. READ MORE

Old-School Egg Foo Young

Egg foo young is one of those dishes that was largely popularized in a bygone time, but is still comforting. READ MORE

Best Taste Restaurant

Best Taste is prime chowhounding grounds. They serve excellent, sophisticated food for very low prices–like a very refined soup of black chicken, ginseng, and jujubes ($1.99). READ MORE

Australian Meat Pies

Aussie meat pies recreated for American palates often consist of tough crusts stuffed with ingredients that are too good for you, says Tabetai yo. READ MORE

That Coffee Guy Named Wayne

The procedure for acquiring the coffee is a bit weird–you slide your money through a mail slot, and Wayne has your coffee waiting for you in a box outside. READ MORE

Cerrito Speakeasy Theater

The food at Cerrito Speakeasy Theater is two levels above other theaters in quality and one level below in price, making it a very chowish place, says EdwardAdams. READ MORE

A More Refined Beef Tongue Soup

Seoul Gom Tang makes excellent Korean soups, specializing in oxtail soup. READ MORE

Fondues and Fondon’ts

For every need, there is an appropriate fondue restaurant. Robert Lauriston faintly praises Fondue Fred as “fine for the low price.” READ MORE

How I Learned to Stop Worry and Love the Can

jimzk initially suffered from feelings of shock and betrayal upon discovering that the luscious, perfectly-spiced baba ganoush at Haig’s Deli comes out of a can. READ MORE