3 restaurants in San Francisco worth visiting

My posts regarding my Californian road trip back in March wouldn’t be complete, without me blogging about food right? I do have a couple of suggestions and tips about Los Angeles, but dining out in San Francisco definitely stole my heart stomach!

1) Mijita

Mijita is located in Ferry Building Marketplace and overlooks San Francisco’s Harbor. It’s a no fuss, colorful “gourmet taqueria”. It is  budget friendly too. My friends and I got sandwiches which are served on a toasted roll with tortilla chips. Each one of us got a different filling; mine had grilled chicken with achiote mayo, guacamole and lettuce. I also tried the pineapple soft drink pictured above, but wasn’t impressed as it didn’t actually taste like pineapple!

2) West of Pecos

West of Pecos is located in Mission District’s Valencia street, which apparently is “THE” place to go out in San Francisco.  It is a Southwestern inspired restaurant with interesting decoration and delicious dishes, which feature a mix of American and Mexican favorites! I personally went for the ribs!

3) Fog Harbor Fish House

Our visit in San Francisco wouldn’t be complete without trying some seafood, would it? On our last day in the city we headed to Fog Harbor Fish House, over at Pier 39. Two of my friends tried the clam chowder served in a delicious sourdough bread bowl (can’t comment much on the chowder as I’m not a fan). I tried the crab cakes, which were delicious as well!

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