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NEW: Roostertail, SF review w/ pic

hhc | Dec 24, 201108:52 AM     6

Roostertail is new, only opened about 2 weeks. It's a casual place & pretty small. You order at the cashier, pay, get a number & someone brings your food to you.

I got:

Quarter chicken dark $5.75 - a la carte! It's the smallest quarter I've ever seen. Small leg & thigh - I finished it in 10 minutes, chicken was very tender & good. Comes with 2 sauces - the reddish-brown one was sweet, the green one tangy & a bit spicy. I liked the green one.

Small cup of mac & cheese $5.50 - didn't taste all 3 cheeses, crunchy topping. Cup was super hot, but noodles were still cold, so had to ask to have it re-heated. Hot when brought back to me.

Sauteed chard $5.50 - this was a small cup too. I think it had lots of chopped up red onions which I don't like but ate them anyways. kinda salty & a bit cold, but just ate it anyways.

I charged my meal. One unisex bathroom in the back. There's some seating in the front & about 3 tables in the back. Patio - no tables/chairs there.

Muni bus Lines 2 & 3 stop nearby.

Roostertail
1963 Sutter St, SF 94115
415-776-6783

Website:
http://roostertailsf.com/

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