Posts Tagged ‘Foodie Must’

18 Jul
2016

Delfina Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Posted by Foodnut.com, July 18th, 2016

Delfina San Francisco Exterior Decor

Since 1998, Delfina, a bustling neighborhood Italian trattoria has been packing them in. The menu changes daily and they use organic produce and sustainably-raised meats and fish whenever possible. It is a popular place that requires advanced booking for a reservation or showing up at 530pm for a table at the counter or bar. Our last visit was in July 2016. Read the rest of this entry »

11 Jul
2016

San Tung Restaurant, San Francisco

Posted by Foodnut.com, July 11th, 2016

San Tung San Francisco Exterior Decor

San Tung and San Tung #2 are a popular Chinese restaurant in the inner Sunset of San Francisco. They serve northern Chinese food that has some Korean influence, as the San Tung region of China is near Korea, hence the free Kim Chee. We have eaten here many, many times, back to when it was located west of here. Our latest visit occurred in February 2016 to San Tung #2, when we noticed prices up a bit. Read the rest of this entry »

9 May
2016

The House Restaurant, San Francisco

Posted by Foodnut.com, May 9th, 2016

The House San Francisco Exterior New

Since 1993, The House San Francisco has been cooking up top notch Asian fusion cuisine in San Francisco’s North Beach. Using local ingredients and blending American foods with Asian accents is their strong suit. Their mastery of sauces is evident in many dishes. The House flies under many foodie radars, but is one of our Favorite restaurants. We have dined her many times, our last visit was in May 2016. They have maintained their high 4.5 rating on Yelp.

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28 Mar
2016

Beijing Restaurant, San Francisco

Posted by Foodnut.com, March 28th, 2016

Beijing Restaurant San Francisco Exterior

Beijing Restaurant San Francisco is a Beijing style Chinese restaurant in San Francisco’s Excelsior district that opened in early 2009. Located a couple blocks off Highway 280 near City College, this place has gotten lots of hype on Chowhound. It is a family owned place that focuses on authentic Beijing dishes. Basketball player Yao Ming had been here 2 days earlier to one of our visits. We dined here last in 2016 when we learned they have added a location in the South Bay. Read the rest of this entry »

20 Oct
2015

Koi Palace Dim Sum Daly City Review

Posted by Foodnut.com, October 20th, 2015

Koi Palace Daly City interior decor

Koi Palace is the #1 Chinese restaurant in the SF Bay Area. The Peninsula is ground zero for some of the best Chinese food in the San Francisco Bay area. Koi Palace has been around since 1996 and specializes in wide selection of Dim Sum for lunch and special dishes for dinner. They also have locations in Dublin and at the Thunder Valley Casino. Koi Palace Dinner is reviewed separately. Dragon Beard candy creation is covered too. Our last visit was in 2016.

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25 May
2015

Chapeau!, San Francisco

Posted by Foodnut.com, May 25th, 2015

Chapeau San Francisco Exterior Decor

One of our favorite San Francisco restaurants.. Chapeau! is a French Bistro located in the San Francisco Richmond district in the middle of the Clement Street shopping district. At one time, they had two locations, but later wisely consolidated into this one location. Chapeau! SF opened in 1996 and means hat or wow in French. Read the rest of this entry »

16 Mar
2015

Moonstar Buffet Review, Daly City

Posted by Foodnut.com, March 16th, 2015

Moonstar Daly City_exterior decor

Moonstar is a higher end Asian Buffet in Daly City, a short distance from the Serramonte shopping center, and almost next door to Chinese food Mecca, Koi Palace.  They used to have a location in San Francisco, but it closed years ago.

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1 Jan
2015

Lobster Shack, Redwood City and Portola Valley

Posted by Foodnut.com, January 1st, 2015

Lobster Shack Exterior

Lobster Shack Redwood City

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1 Jan
2015

Redd Restaurant Review, Yountville

Posted by Foodnut.com, January 1st, 2015

Redd Yountville exterior decor patio

One of the most underrated places in the San Francisco Bay Area.When we are asked where to go in the Napa Valley, we don’t say French Laundry.. Foodnut suggests Redd Napa.

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24 Nov
2014

Espetus Churrascaria Restaurant Review

Posted by Foodnut.com, November 24th, 2014

Espetus Churrascaria Exterior

Espetus Churrascaria is a Brazilian steakhouse serving Rodizio style food. They focus on meats straight from the fire brought to your table, continuously through the meal! You can stop the meat parade by flipping the table card to red. They have a salad and hot plate bar with lots of different options including asparagus, bean salad, eggplant, rice, beans, cod, and much more. Do not eat too much of this stuff otherwise you wonder have room for all the meat. Vegetarians should stay away.
Espetus Churrascaria has locations in San Francisco and San Mateo. We tried the brand new San Mateo location for dinner. It is all you can eat, with lunch going for $25.95 with 7 meat options, $37.95 on weekends. Dinner is $54.95 with 14 meat options. Kids are 50% off. Our last visit was in the Summer of 2014. Read the rest of this entry »

22 Sep
2014

Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay Navio Sunday Brunch Restaurant Review, Half Moon Bay

Posted by Foodnut.com, September 22nd, 2014

Best Buffet in the SF Bay Area!

Navio Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay Sunday Brunch Buffet Exterior decor

Best buffet in San Francisco Bay Area? The Navio restaurant is located inside the Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay. It serves one of the best Sunday Brunches in the San Francisco vicinity. They have everything from traditional breakfast items, Sushi, caviar!, fresh seafood, prime rib, Dim Sum, cheese, Pastries, and Desserts. The location on the coast is perfect, you get beautiful views of the coast and golf course. Read the rest of this entry »

7 Apr
2014

Bakesale Betty Review, Oakland

Posted by Foodnut.com, April 7th, 2014

Bakesale Bettys Exterior

Bakesale Bettys Tables

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