From about 1pm on a Saturday, I plan on something of a food tour. Unfortunately, leaving very early in the morning the next day. I will have a car.
My semi-formed plan includes,
1. Bakery/patisseries. Bread and sweets, it is a must. Based on limited time, perhaps I will only get to 2, possibly a 3rd. Much will be bought and kept for a day(let me worry about the quality holding up). Since I have never tried it, Tartine seems like a must(and because I hear about it from a former resident with similar tastes and 80% of the standards). Plan on ordering bread, picking up around 5pm from there. Others in consideration,
thorough bread pastry
Thoughts, preferences, alternatives? Croissant and pastry quality, first off, since I will certainly acquire some bread at Tartine though I will take more if it is worth it.
2. Not sure if there will be lunch and/or dinner at a proper restaurant. Both would be mid-range, no fine dining. American/Euro cuisine, no Asian of any sort. Not sure I even want Italian but there are some in the list. Best food is the goal, here are some names that seem to fit the bill. Anything else, do tell.
flour + water
baker and banker
Note: I have a reservation for dinner at Canteen. A bit worried about the narrow menu for my mate. I have no issue cancelling for something better.
3. During the day, I would like to do some street food type grazing. Mexican(I will figure out which is best from the board), maybe a good kebab place(Zaki?, recos welcome), whatever else,hopefully, you get the idea. I think the Ferry building will be out of whatever the best prepared eats are there by the afternoon. No pizza, please. Sorry that I do not have this part of the day planned a bit better but I will.
Yes, a very greedy post(both for food and board space) but I hope to have a very specific plan with some assistance.
Those work out much better than roaming with limited time and a plethora of options.
My apologies if some/all of the above is poorly written and nonsensical.
Thank you very much in advance,