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2008 Stories by Robert Lauriston

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  • Mack the Kunafa

    published June 4, 2008

    Most ethnic restaurants in San Francisco serve the food of a particular country, such as Thailand, or that of a smaller region with a distinct... More >>

  • Lucky Spot Hot Pot

    published May 7, 2008

    The Portola District has been off the rest of San Francisco's culinary radar since the mid-1980s, when the great barbecue joint Vic & Betty's... More >>

  • Izakaya? O Yes

    published April 9, 2008

    In Japan's informal, convivial izakayas, groups of friends or co-workers gather around a table for a few hours, knocking back large quantities... More >>

  • Specialist Referrals

    published March 12, 2008

    Lots of cultures have a tradition of restaurants that specialize in one particular dish. American pizzerias, for example: While they often have... More >>

  • Inner Richmond's Troya Takes Turkish Up a Notch

    published February 13, 2008

    Turkish cuisine is one of the most sophisticated and diverse in the world. At its peak, the Ottoman Empire included Greece, the Balkans,... More >>

  • Shanghai Dilly

    published January 16, 2008

    If there were a contest to find San Francisco's most eccentric restaurant, Jai Yun would be a strong finalist. This eight-year-old... More >>

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