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In search of tiny plates and prices, room for a crowd

Rachel Weidinger | Jul 9, 200303:53 PM     1

A crew of pals (the self-styled Team Tapas) and I gather semi-weekly for dining excursions. We regularly hit King of Thai Noodle 2 on Clement, Rohan on Geary and Esperpento in the Mission. All locations are adored for their dual ability to be under $15 a head and accomodate a crew of 10ish with no reservation. And obviously, the food is swell. All food must be swell to meet the strict requirements of Team Tapas.

We're looking to branch out in search of the mythical tiny plates and prices combo. Any recommendations? All cuisines welcome.

Thanks tons!

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