Has anyone tried them? Both places seem to have breakfast pastries, sandwiches, soup & salad.
So Im searching around for info about what to order at Piperade and come across mentions of these two morning & lunch versions of Iluna Basque and Piperade.
I guess Piperade had a café for a while and now it is just the take-out counter? It is located on the alley between Union and Green Streets. Theres this Chicken Avocado sandwich called Mr. Williams that is supposed to be good. Anyone know who Mr. Williams is/was?
Eguna translates as day. The link in the Daily Candy below says:
try a sweet pain au chocolat or a savory quiche. A crispy croque monsieur (the famed toasted sandwich) or Eguna sampler salad with ham, chorizo, cheese, and green peppers Finish with the peche melba, a delicious concoction of vanilla and peach ice cream, peach syrup, fresh peaches, and chantilly crème topping"
The ice cream gets mentioned a bit on the web. Anyone know if they make their own?
They also have stuffed croissants, panini and sweet crepes.
I'm pretty sure the daytime versions of these Basque restaurants don't serve anything Basque.
So any experience or recs for either place?
1657 Powell St. at Union Street
open 7 a.m.-5 p.m. daily.
Ice House Alley (between Union & Green and Sansome and Battery)
Monday Friday: 7:30am to 3pm.
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