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A weekly listing of new restaurants around town. To recommend a spot, e-mail fresheats.

Amber India: 25 Yerba Buena (at Mission), 777-0500, www.amber-india.com/sanfrancisco.SOMA. Indian.

Asuka Ramen: 883 Bush (at Taylor), 567-3153. Union Square. Noodles.

Bar 1915: 524 Sutter (at Powell, in the Larkspur Hotel), 421-2865. Union Square. Wine bar.

Bar Norcini: 225 Powell (at Geary, in the Villa Florence Hotel), 397-7720. Union Square. Italian.

Boccalone: Ferry Building Marketplace (at Embarcadero), www.boccalone.com. Embarcadero. Panini and salumi.

Cafe on the Square: 736 Mission (at Third St., in the Contemporary Jewish Museum), 655-7800, www.thecjm.org. SOMA. Soups, salads, and snacks.

Chili Lemon Garlic: 518 Bryant (at Third St.), 826-8199. SOMA. Thai.

Cilantro: 1035 Geary (at Polk), 931-6065. Tenderloin. Mexican grill and seafood.

The Grove Cafe: 2250 Chestnut (at Avila), 474-4843. Marina. Sandwiches and salads.

Jasmine Garden: 708 14th St. (at Church), 861-2682. Castro. Vietnamese.

King Wonton and Noodles: 1936 Irving (at 20th Ave.), 682-9813. Outer Sunset. Chinese.

Level Three: 500 Post (at Mason), in the Marriott Hotel, 929-2087, www.levelthreesf.com. Union Square. Modern American.

The Little Chihuahua: 292 Divisadero (at Page), 255-8225, www.thelittlechihuahua.com. Haight. Mexican.

Mission Pie: 2901 Mission (at 25th St.), 282-4PIE, www.missionpie.com. Mission. Pies.

Pizza Zone 'n' Grill: 178 Valencia (at Duboce), 701-7300. SOMA. Pizza, wings, and burgers.

Swirl Culture: 1400 Grant (at Green), 397-9475, www.swirlculture.com. North Beach. Frozen yogurt.

Toast Eatery: 3991 24th St. (at Noe), 642-6328, www.toasteatery.com. Noe Valley. Diner.

Udupi Palace: 1007 Valencia (at 21st St.), 970-8000, www.udupipalaceca.com. Mission. Indian.

YoCup: 685 Market (at Third St.), www.yocupyogurt.com. Financial District. Frozen yogurt.

Yogurt Bar: 680 Mission (at Third St.), 974-1300, www.yogurtbarsf.com. SOMA. Frozen yogurt.

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