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Flor de Cafe, SF Mission - The King of Lomito - Review w/ PICS

hhc | Jun 5, 201812:57 AM    

I didn’t know what to eat for lunch and walking around on Valencia Street decided to try Flor De Cafe.

I got the Original/Chilean Lomito $14. It’s a Huge sandwich with tender pork, sauerkraut, mayo, avocado, tomato. Comes with either a small cup of soup or salad. I asked what the soup was and lady said chicken soup - It was ok, lots of small chunks of chicken and carrots in the soup. I ate half and took the other half home. You can also just buy a half sandwich for $7.95.

Lady gave me a small cup of mango juice on the house, that was nice.

They have plenty of tables & chairs to eat your food. I recommend the Lomito sandwich!

Flor de Cafe
1020 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110

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