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Last Time I’m Gonna Eat There Club (SF Mission)

Squidward | Mar 3, 200311:15 AM     3

Had a rather insipid meal at The Last Supper Club on Sunday. I ordered the wilted escarole salad with poached eggs and pancetta. The goal of wilting the greens by adding hot ingredients was not achieved. The pancetta was transformed into lump charcoal by the kitchen staff. The croutons, although nicely crunchy, seemed totally unseasoned. The eggs were correctly poached. The greens were very lightly dressed. This may have been fine had the other components asserted their flavors.

My friends tuna tartar was completely bland, too many vegetables, not enough tuna, not enough flavor. We had tasted the tuna tartar at Luna Park (same ownership) which was excellent-this was a different story. The bean soup barely nudged out the glass of tap water I drank as the culinary highlight of the meal. It was well executed although unexceptional.

Service fine. Atmosphere pleasant.

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