Living in one of the world’s best cities for food, we have a chance to taste the culinary masterpieces of world-famous chefs almost daily. Furthermore, because of the incredibly tough competition and advanced palates in this city, a restaurant can’t keep its doors open if the food does not taste outstanding.
The San Francisco food critics visit various Bay Area establishments to guide you on where to eat, what to eat, and sometimes how to eat. From Asian cuisine to Peruvian fare, from fine dining establishments to food trucks, San Francisco is one city that offers it all.
Read to find out where to be and what to devour.
The Latest Reviews
- With some sparkling new flavors and some familiar old flavors, Chamorro cooking shines at Prubechu in San Francisco. Guamanian cooking is so delightful.
- Happy 2014! It’s been awhile since I’ve posted so here’s a quick post to showcase some of what I’ve been eating these days. Subscribe for the upcoming posts, coming soon!
- Hawaiian bar and restaurant, Noelani’s, opens it doors in San Carlos, bringing a taste of the island to our doorstep. Here’s what we thought about their food, so far, during their soft opening.
- San Mateo is home to a Japanese restaurant called Himawari-Tei, primarily known for its ramen. Is it good? Is it authentic? Is it worth visiting? Read the review and find out.
- Media preview dinner for the San Francisco Street Food Festival was held at Fort Mason on July 24. Here’s a recap of what was offered there, and what I thought of the food prepared by La Cocina entrepreneurs. Continue reading →
- Nestled into the deep, deep areas of San Jose somewhere, a place I rarely frequent, is the second of two locations of the The Boiling Crab. What I took on as a spicy challenge ended up being something else;but a fun and entertaining evening was had with great company and a terrific dining concept. The ...
- Tucked away in the sleepy town of Millbrae is this gem of a restaurant. Small, cozy and run by a reserved Japanese sushi chef, his masterful skills impress bite after bite. If ever there was a reason to leave the city for sushi — this is it. Continue reading →