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Tamarind Hall is just the kind of restaurant that sets San Francisco apart and above. Here, in no particular order, are the key ingredients: Simply delicious food A welcoming atmosphere A neighborhood favorite Reasonable prices Asian ethnic. Tamarind Hall is the loving obsession of Bangkok-born Salisa Skinner who studied law on the Peninsula, practiced IT […]

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Start with a truck… Before he bought the food truck, Akash Kapoor was a mortgage banker and founder of one of the country’s largest debt-settlement firms. But he tired of foreclosures … and in 2009, he bought the truck. Three years later, Kapoor left the debt world behind and focused on feeding Indian street food […]

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This is one of our favorites. Mexican fare at its best and what San Francisco eating is all about. Papito Potrero is in the lively, interesting neighborhood of Potrero Hill. It’s a tiny (20 seats inside, eight out) restaurant with a creative chef and cheerful knowledgable servers. It’s not fusion food but Mexican regional heightened with […]

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