Alex HochmanOur new national dish? Last week, SF Weekly's Jonathan Kauffman penned a column lamenting the introduction of the Chinese-American staple General Tso's Chicken to Beijing. Well color us red, white, and blue, but any country lucky enough to have this foodstuff shoved down its throat sh ... More >>
Melissa BarnesShabu shabu at Shabu Pub, which is not traditionally JapaneseWhile researching this week's review of Chinese-American shabu shabu restaurants in the Richmond and Sunset, I called Tadashi Ono, the chef of Matsuri in New York and co-author of Japanese Hot Pots. I wanted to get a sense ... More >>
Tamara PalmerAbout two dozen people waited for Mission Street Food to open on Saturday night.Looking forward to the launch of new restaurant Commonwealth, Anthony Myint's Mission Street Food project concluded its regular weekly service at divey Chinese restaurant Lung Shan with a "greatest hi ... More >>
Jun BelenElizabeth Falkner (center), tasting the wares at Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous.The biggest opening news was the arrival last Friday of Dogpatch ice cream emporium Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous, which Jun Belen reported on (complete with Elizabeth Falkner sighting). This morning saw the muc ... More >>
Click to enlarge.In honor of the blossoming year of the metal tiger, last week SFoodie drove around San Francisco picking up New Year's menus ― a million thanks to Adobo Hobo's Ed Chui and his parents for translating them for us. 2010: Sponsored by Kellogg's.We'll be rolling out the menu ... More >>
Looking to get adventurous with your food choices or just gross out your date? We've compiled a list of some of the freakiest foods available, along with the restaurants (and festivals) that serve them. Warning: Don't read this before dinner.1. Fried Goat HeadAvailable at Shangri-La Kabab and BBQ ... More >>
Asian Chefs AssociationThe bronze-winning 2007 San Francisco team in Taipei.The Taipei World Culinary Contest has again asked the San Francisco Asian Chefs Association to represent the U.S.A. in a grueling three-day culinary competition. From August 20 to August 23, the home team will go up a ... More >>
They look like cops. They carry guns like cops. They can even arrest you like cops. But San Francisco's patrol special officers are a different breed of police - one marked for extinction by the SFPD and powers that be.