Tim Volkema

  • Blogs

    April 26, 2012

    Number 13: Gobi Aloo Kati Rolls from the Kasa Indian Truck

    SFoodie's countdown of our favorite 50 things to eat and drink, 2012 edition ​Kolkota's version of a New York slice, kati rolls were  designed to eat on the street. Originally a meat skewer wrapped in a paratha (flaky flatbread), the rolls have evolved in numerous directions over the years ... More >>

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    December 21, 2011
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    March 25, 2011

    Veggie Burgers Elevate, Charcuterie Loses the Meat, Baloney Stays Shady!

    ​SFoodie's roundup of tips, news, and rants from the week in animal-free eats. • Hey! AOL's City's Best interviewed me and I reveal things like my favorite snacks! Since I'm so fascinating, you will probably want to read this/tell me to go to hell. Whatevs! • This song debunks vegan myt ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 24, 2011

    Kasa's Anamika Khanna and Tim Volkema on the Closure, Pop-Ups, and the Kati Roller Truck

    Britney's last-minute venue change isn't the only disappointment hanging heavy on the Castro these days. Late last month, the owners of Kasa Indian Eatery ― which opened in the Castro in 2008 ― shuttered its year-old second restaurant, on Fillmore Street in the Marina/Cow Hollow. Writing on the ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 31, 2010

    Kasa Plans to Roll Out Indian Street-Food Truck

    Carolyn AlburgerKasa's turkey kati rolls could soon be taking to the streets.​Kasa Indian Eatery has been serving up Indian street food from its brick-and-mortar locations since the first restaurant launched in the Castro in 2008. Soon, it hopes to roll out an actual kati-roll truck. Kati rol ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 16, 2008

    Food Porn: Kati Rolls And Thalis At Kasa Indian Eatery

    Place: Kasa Indian Eatery (4001 18th Street at Noe) Occasion: Late lunch Style: Calcutta-style Indian street food, otherwise described as "Indian taqueria." Price: Lowish, take a gander. Fancy Factor: Nil. Rationale: San Francisco's Indian food selection being what it is (read: not so good), Ka ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 24, 2008

    SF Weekly's Seven-Day Dish

    Around Town: It's not every day an Indian restaurant opens in San Francisco, but, rare as that may be, it's downright unheard of for a restaurant billed as an "Indian taqueria" to open its doors, which is one reason Kasa Indian Eatery (4001 18th St. at Noe) in the Castro has been grabbing so much i ... More >>

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