Just read the annual "Bargain Bites" roundup in the SF Chronicle (see link below).
For how many more decades will SF restaurant critics extol Roosevelt Tamale Parlor before they actually set foot in the place again for a recheck and discover how disgusting it's been since the early 90's?? And...guys...La Taqueria is, like, a REALLY BOLD choice for the Mission, but I've got news for you: it's not "the best", it's just the most easily recycled....and Breads of India in Berkeley is stylish, but anybody who knows Indian food--as professional critics should--knows it's fake, and anybody who knows ANY kind of food knows it's lame, and that it prospers solely on basis of style and trendiness).
Anyway, end of rant.
One place that caught my eye was Millbrae Pancake House, at 1301 El Camino Real (at Ludeman), 650-589-2080. It's not included in the version of the article linked below (which left off the north, east, and south bay places), by the way.
does anyone know this place? Is it any good?