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What to Eat for Lunch? Downtown SF Edition

August 11, 2010

There’s a little game I like to play at lunch time.  It’s called, “In this City of Endless Foods, What Shall I Nom Today?”

Today I was introduced to the tandoori scented halls of Bindi on 2nd and Market.  It looks relatively new, but don’t let that fool you.  I ordered a Chicken Wrap for $5.75 (a super-bargain!), which actually should have been called Heavenly Orange Tandoori Naan Burrito with Cucumber and Lettuce Raita Deliciousness.

Imagine this, plus raita and a variety of other sauces, wrapped in fresh baked naan.

My tastebuds rejoiced.

I may have a new favorite Indian place, but that’s not to discount the other fine establishments that I’ve patronized over the past 3 years I’ve worked in downtown San Francisco.

Places like Out the Door, where I get their (slightly overpriced) papaya salad at least once a week.

Or Cafe Dolci, when I’m willing to wait in a 20 person line for my scrumptious, $4.25 Vietnamese sandwich.

Or when I stand in line drooling over the display case at  Delica.

Then there’s the Maui salad at Mixt Greens, which I’m almost physically incapable of not ordering.

Well, now I’ve done it.  I’m hungry again.

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