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Looking for good cheap/mid-priced places in the Castro

Limster | Jan 7, 200112:19 AM     2

I had to come up with a casual but good and inexpensive place to go in the Castro just the other day and the only places I could come up in that price range was Tita's Hale Aina and Thai House (which I had heard about). (Chow wasn't really in this tiny list because I already live close to Park Chow.)

We ended up with a good simple meal at Tita's, (and for dessert I enjoyed their malasadas - did I get the spelling right? ) but I would be grateful if I could get suggestions of similar places in the Castro with entrees in the $10 or under range. (BTW, how is Nirvana?)

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