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lulu on monday afternoon

baker | Jan 27, 200408:51 PM    

after a few late and long lunches at lulu over the last couple of months I'll say this is a very solid place for food and wine at the odd day and hour mondays 2-5 pm

yesterday after 3 pm (when the selection is much smaller until they start serving dinner at 5:30)

fritto misto-perfectly fried with baby artichokes, lemon, and parm

excellent wood fired oven baked mussels

duck and fig sausage with grilled romaine

rex sole a la plancha with preserved lemon and olives

perfect side of brussel sprouts with sage, capers, and brown butter

hardly anyone's there eating (though lots of staff streaming in), the rotisserie and oven are blazing with wood fires in preparation for dinner service, and whoever is cooking at that hour knows what they are doing- and well

I don't think there are too many places that offer this quality of food and service monday early afternoons in sf

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