I've researched some of the restaurants in SF and have some questions.
Will be there for three days at the beginning of March (Thursday, Friday, Saturday).
We're pretty much open to all kinds of cuisine, but I'm a little more open to lowkey places, because I tend to burn out when I'm only eating at high-end places.
Here's what we've decided so far:
One dinner will be at Aziza.
One lunch will be at Ti Couz.
One lunch or dinner will be at Chez Panisse's cafe.
Ferry Plaza market for breakfast or lunch on Saturday.
I am considering Curry Corner in Hayward for one of the lunches.
XOX truffles and Rechiutti's chocolates, and possibly Tartine Bakery or Citizen Cake for baked goods.
A close friend suggested the Gingerbread House in Oakland for dinner. She hasn't lived in the area for a while so I'm interested in any current impressions of the place.
About Chez Panisse: is lunch in the cafe similar to dinner in the cafe in pricing and menu options?
A similar question about Tamal. They have a dinner menu on their website but no lunch menu. Are the items available and the prices similar to the dinner menu?
We're also interested in Chinese food (I have Yank Sing and Hong Kong Flower Lounge in Millbrae in my notes), and any other suggestions would be welcome.
Finally, an open-ended question: What else shouldn't I miss?
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