Had the pleasure of munching on a Hawaiian 🌺 8 oz. steak platter at @spicepocket and @the_not_so_lonelycookie's popup, B Box. Licked that paper plate clean. Kelly and Sean are onto something big. #sfeats#sfbrunch
🍽👯🍇 It's been a minute but I want to share one of my favorite unique dining experiences in SF so far - @eatfeastly! I love the communal eating aspect ("the dining table was the first social network") and the chefs at these pop-up events are 🙌🏼. The sangria pictured here was the perfect starter to Chef Levine's "Raising the Bar (Mitzva)" feast (swipe ➡️ for the menu). I can't wait to try more Feastly events! .
Another really cool dinner through @eatfeastly! I definitely recommend checking them out if you haven't before (I can send you a discount code if you haven't tried them yet!) Tonight's dinner was an Indian Fusion Meal Inspired by Willy Wonka 😋👌 #eatfeastly#eatersf#sfeats#nomnomnom
Pho shabu shabu style? Yes please! End up burning myself when they clearly said the pot was super hot 😩 though love how everything is separated so nothing get soggy or over cooked😜🍴🍴🍴🍴🍴🍜🍜📍: - Pho tick tock (San Mateo , CA- SF)
Tips - They are known for their hot pot pho which is about $30 for two get it! Stone bowl is frigggin hot so don’t touch it 🙅🏼
Interesting dessert...still trying to figure it out between the insanely long line and the part about the different types of balls 😂😂🍧
But I suppose it's a great "meet"ing place with friends 🤣
Nomica is a hidden gem. It definitely isn't one of the "hot and hip" SF restaurants you'll consistently see on all the lists, but I loved its take on modern Japanese cuisine. I do think it could fare well with a seasonal change up to its menu, but @jorlee and I absolutely loved each dish (and our yummy NON-alcoholic drinks, shocker!):
1. Shiitake brioche buns
2. Karaage-style chicken
3. Kaisen donabe (dungeness crab rice with salmon roe)
4. Seared seabass with squid ink puree
The second half of my dinner at Commonwealth. Starting with my favorite course of the grilled duck! Unfortunately you can only get the duck in the tasting menu and not a la carte. The rest of the photos are super beautiful desserts that we received.
Duck grilled over redwood, blackberry, cabbage, dill, fermented honey, lemon verbena jus.
Celery sorbet, verjus soda.
Freeze dried frozen yogurt, candied melons and hibiscus.
Strawberries, burnt custard.
Salted date ice cream, pumpkin seed croquant, black sesame caramel.
Last picture: I personally named Fancy Smores.
Tasting Menu at Commonwealth in SF. This Michelin One Star restaurant is vegetarian friendly with a variety of items to replace the meat courses. I didn't have any pictures of them but I was able to taste and appreciate them.
Housemade chips dusted with seaweed and a Malt Vinegar Mousse.
Amuse Bouche of cucumber, squid and rice flakes.
Crispy Okra, trout roe, corn pudding, creme fraiche, pickled onion and garden basils.
Scallop, romano beans, shiso, bird's eye chilli, lime confit, ginger and citrus dashi.
Cherry tomatoes in their own juices, smoked oyster cream, mint, nori cracker.
Charred stonefruit, buttermilk sorbet, celtuce, avocado, sake lees, togarashi, chervil, mizuna.