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Mid to High range restaurants/dishes that is good for takeout?

M_and_H | Nov 8, 201112:00 PM     14

The missus and I had just recently had a new baby and have been unable to eat out as often as we would like to. In light of this, we would still love to be able to enjoy some of the finer dishes that the city has to offer, but at the comfort of our home. What we would like to know is in your experience, which dishes from which restaurants would travel well and still be just as good or almost as good as we were eating there. And which would allow us to purchase take-out.

To give you a better understanding of what we like, the restaurants that we use to love are (in no specific order):

Incanto
Chapeau
Nopa
Alembic
Ino Sushi
Aziza
La Ciccia
Commis
Chez Pannise

Thank you in advance.

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La Ciccia
291 30th Street, San Francisco, CA 94131

Nopa
560 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA 94117

Ino Sushi
22 Peace Plz # 510, San Francisco, CA

Commis
3859 Piedmont Avenue, Oakland, CA 94611

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