San Francisco has always been a haven for foodies. Over 4000 establishments jostle for custom, collectively offering the widest range of authentic global cuisine imaginable, from mongolian hibachi to Korean shabu shabu. The Rough Guide to San Francisco Restaurants contains lively and critical reviews of 350 of the city's top restaurants, ranging from the best high-end gourmet haunt to the hippest multi-ethnic hole-in-the-wall, all of them good, and most of them moderately priced.Jack Kerouac The second edition of the Rough Guide to San Francisco Restaurants comes out in a postwar clunate of broken ... fresh local ingredients; and now we wanted it in the form of ethnic comfort food made with local produce at bargain prices, ... Cafe, Asian Art Museuma#39;s Cafe Asia, and the renovated Ferry Building.
|Title||:||The Rough Guide to San Francisco Restaurants|
|Publisher||:||Rough Guides - 2003-10-28|