Love eating out? You don’t have to dent your wallet to eat at some of San Francisco’s best restaurants. Here are some places to check out.
McKesson Plaza, 1 Post St., San Francisco, CA
Experience the unique flavors of the Himalayas. Bini’s Kitchen uses local ingredients, home-ground spices, and traditional methods to bring you the best Nepalese soul food. The unconventional menu consists of grilled Nepali chicken, green beans, turkey momo, and other delectable dishes.
Leave room for dessert – the restaurant serves rice pudding and Greek yogurt with chopped cucumbers.
Bini’s Kitchen is the only Nepalese catering company in SF. Call them up for your next dinner party and discover the textures and flavors of Nepal with friends and family.
1468 Hyde St. San Francisco, CA
Hot Sauce and Panko serve up some of the most affordable eats in SF – their wings cost about $6.89 to $7.99 ( as we are writing this). Get your money’s worth by ordering the wings and waffle combo, which will set you back $10.99. The delicious sauces and large portions will leave you feeling content.
Choose from various sauces, from cilantro jalapeno ginger to bacon parmesan. Sides include tempura fries and Belgian waffles.
Seating is limited, but they offer takeout and delivery.
3906 Judah St. San Francisco, CA
Judahlicious brings you healthy vegan fare for $10 or less. Sink your teeth into tamari-marinated portabella mushroom, sunflower seed pâté, and slow-cooked house chili with onions, bell pepper, and Morita peppers. They serve breakfast until 2 p.m. If you’re a late riser, you’ll still get to try their gluten-free Belgian-style waffles and pancakes. They also serve organic fair trade coffee and vegan smoothies.
521A 3rd Street. San Francisco, CA
This restaurant brings you taqueria favorites with a Korean twist. Try their kimchi burritos for less than $10 (as we are writing this). They also serve traditional rice bowls with your choice of meats and pickled vegetables for $12.95 and under. You can enjoy their innovative menu in private events by availing of their catering services.
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