An early nibble from the Weekly's Wednesday food review.
If Manhattan ramen king David Chang taught us anything, it's this: Northern California's ingredient-centric cooking vernacular can seem like gibberish to outsiders. If you'd begun to internalize the knock that local chefs are skilled at not much more than arranging figs on dinnerware, Il Cane Rosso ― Daniel Patterson and Lauren Kiino's overgrown rotisserie kiosk in the Ferry Building ― can restore your faith in the Bay Area's market-driven credo. Open since July, last month Cane Rosso began serving nightly three-course dinners: gorgeous suites of some of the tastiest, most meticulously raised meats and produce Northern Cali offers, with a hyper-seasonality that gives you a vivid taste of the here and now. Read the tasty particulars (by yours truly) later today at SFWeekly.com. For a preview, check out SFoodie's paragraph-long excerpt (after the jump).