San Francisco: 4 must-try restaurants
We’re more than a month into the new year. From fresh fish to fast food, 2019 has brought some delicious additions to the SF Uber Eats lineup.
Stick to—or bend the rules on—your resolution with these new-to-Uber-Eats restaurants.
Piri-piri, pronto! Less than six months old, Piri Pica is helmed by Khalid Mushasha, a London transplant, and Telmo Faria, a native of the Azores islands in Portugal. Together, they’ve crafted a menu of Portuguese- and Mediterranean-inspired favorites at this mission district fast-casual restaurant. Pick your bird (basic, citrus-herb, spicy, or extra spicy), then add a side or salad. Can’t decide among the cabbage-herb slaw, the hummus, and the saffron rice? We suggest splurging for them all.
“We believe that quality ingredients deserve to shine, so with just a touch of our own elemental alchemy we transform high-quality fish, nutrient-rich grains and seasonal vegetables into multi-sensory dishes that radiate with flavor and promote optimal wellness,” the ELEMENTAL site explains. Balance the ratio of the five essential elements—space, air, water, fire, and earth—in your body with a Honey Almond Matcha Latte and an oh-so-Instagrammable Rainbow Beet Poke Bowl.
Hungry late—or should we say early? Go for Grubstake, which is open until 4 a.m. The diner serves brunch on weekends, too, so you’re almost always guaranteed a steady supply of potato skins and patty melts courtesy of Jimmy Consos’ and Nick Pigott’s comfort food restaurant. If your appetite is up for it, select the Super Johnny Burger, which features two 10-ounce burger patties, cheese, bacon, avocado, mushrooms, and a couple giant onion rings.
Daniel and Samuel Kang’s less-than-one-year-old Korean barbecue fast food shop is cozy. So steer clear of the crowds and still score your bulgogi fix by ordering delivery! Dosirak translates to “to-go box,” so it’s perfectly fitting. Don’t miss the spicy ramen and popcorn chicken, or try a bento for a sample of several menu items including meat, rice, salad, and japchae (a stir-fried glass noodle side).