Gilberth’s Rotisserie and Grill, a Dogpatch newcomer, serves small plates with a Latin bent, yet it’s a spin on an American classic that has one reporter coming back for more.
Joan Kureczka loves Gilberth’s “real winner”: a burger made with a mix of lamb and chorizo, served with excellent fries and smoky chipotle aioli. It’s moist, flavorful, and monster huge, cut in quarters and certainly large enough to share. The lightly pickled vegetables served on the side are divine, “especially the crunchy, raw pickled beets.”
That burger is only $12, a relative bargain compared to Mission Bowling Club‘s much-praised and time-intensive $15 burger, served sans frites.
Gilberth’s Rotisserie and Grill [Dogpatch]
2427 Third Street, San Francisco