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La Espiga de Oro Report (SF)

Civil Bear | Apr 10, 201701:02 PM     5

Went looking for some hearty soup on a rainy day last week, so I ventured down 24th Street in SF. Stepped inside La Espiga de Oro to check out the menu board and noticed in addition to the more standard soups like pozole and caldo de res, they offered something called Molle de Olla.

Not knowing what it was, I did a quick Google search and saw it was something I'd like to try. I'm glad I did, because it was really good. Similar in ingredients to what you'd find in a good Caldo de Res, but the broth was incredibly deep and flavorful. I can't wait to try it again.

Also inside is a tamale factory. Service was very friendly and occomodating. I'll be back soon.

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