Good food in the Gayborhood? Shocking, but true. The 'Stro's foodie scene is on the rise.
This place is reminiscent of the seafood places in New England -- simple, clean, no nonsense. It can be pricey, but the food is always top notch.
A classic in the hood, they still turn out bright, delicious mezes. The pomegranate chicken is off the hook.
Fancy pastas aplenty, but this is also one of the better grab-and-go food options in the Castro.
Dumplings are a touch on the big side but I'm not complaining.
The fresh-made oboro tofu is ethereal and comforting. Simply perfect.
The quarters may be cramped, but that just amplifies the cozy bistro atmosphere. Definitely the closest to Paris you'll get in the boundaries of SF.
Berkeley has Vik's, but we have Kasa. Kati rolls and thali plates with Indian dishes all with fresh, bright flavors. The spicy turkey kebabs are the bomb, and the karahi paneer is also a fave.
Try the Bar Jars, tasty bar foods in mini mason jars served with hearty gluten free crackers.
One of the small handful of decent restos in the 'Stro. Great for lunch, especially if you can sit in the back patio. Good, simple food. The end.
Retooling as Green Chile Kitchenette, bringing much of the great fare from its parent resto in Nopa.
Solidly good tapas. On nice weekend days, try to nab a seat in the front window for brunch and watch the fashion parade that is the Castro.
I couldn't be more thrilled that there's good Korean food in the 'Stro. Be warned: Portions are monstrous.