Kids, don’t try this at home.
I stepped out of the radar in the midst of all the chaos from Google I/O 2016. The bay area has great modes of transportation such as the Caltrain so you can go from one city to another without frills. So it was very easy for me to head towards the Hayes Valley in San… Continue reading Hayes Valley, San Francisco
Venice in a pint, that’s what it is.
To any traveler, it’s common knowledge to ask a local for the best cuisine in the area. Castro Street can be quite overwhelming, everything from Mexican tacos to Silicon Valley startups’ favorite hangouts like Red Rock Cafe lure you into attraction.
I never really expected to wait for more than an hour for this Koshihikari Rice.
Say no to lumpy ham and cheese sandwiches.
If Kendra Kolling’s grilled cheese sandwich won the hearts of Wich Hunt contest for Sonoma’s Best Sandwich in 2012, aiming to be “Best Sandwich in San Francisco” isn’t a far away idea.
If you want westernized Chinese food, Lung Shan creates that temporary oriental cuisine to satisfy your cravings.
If you’re ever in Mission District, there’s absolutely no valid excuse for you to skip eating a Mission burrito. There are a lot of Mexican taquerias along the beautiful street of Valencia, particularly because of its community, and thank God for them, because they cook the best Mexican cuisine in San Francisco.
The Mission District isn’t all about Mission Burritos and single origin coffees. What I love about the Mission District is it’s potential to sprout homegrown eateries that tells the true Mission story.
Philz is uniquely Philz. And the whole community of Quora is abuzzed with the speculative secret ingredient: Olive Oil.
Join me as I explore the Ferry Building Marketplace in San Francisco, my favorite spot for lazy weekends.
Would you buy a piece of toast ridiculously priced at $4?
Filipino cuisine has long been global. The proof? Señor Sisig’s huge commercial success.
Oh San Francisco, the land of food trucks – most especially, The Chairman. Have some respect for San Francisco Magazine’s #1 Food Truck in the City!
Roasted Banana with Fudge Swirl. Honey Lavender. Ricanelas Cinnamon ice cream with Snickerdoodle Cookie. Just saying the flavors makes it a fully loaded scoop of ice cream.
If you ask me where my favorite coffee shop is in the whole of San Francisco, I can say without hesitation that Craftsman and Wolves wins my heart.
My coffee crawl in San Francisco doesn’t end with Blue Bottle. I am feeling adventurous to conquer the beautiful neighborhood of the Mission District and Valencia Street. My first stop? Ritual Coffee Roasters.
Oyster never tasted this fresh and fast, until San Francisco Fish Company.
Those wild lines outside an unassuming storefront along Larkin Street is not a charity drive by a church. In the notorious neighborhood of Tendernob where the war veterans and mentally ill strut in a pseudo video simulation of the zombie apocalypse, there stood the brave Mr Holmes Bakehouse created by co founders Aaron Caddel and baker genius Ry Stephens.