One Piece Sushi offers such a good deal. Slices are big and most are $1.45 per piece, but my favorite is the salmon belly for $2.45 per piece.
St Patrick’s Day special at Super Cue Cafe – “Matcha Milkyway”. Grab a cup before it’s gone.
This ham and cheese croissant from Craftsman and Wolves tastes and good as it looks.
Ever since Sababa opened in the Financial District, I stopped getting falafels and pita sandwiches everywhere else.
The pistachio blackberry twice-baked croissant at Neighbor Bakehouse is always a good choice.
Trouble Coffee makes the prettiest peanut butter honey toast.
Lemon thyme donut and a (Four Barrel Coffee) latte from Dynamo Donut and Coffee.
The “Special Breakfast Sandwich” at Devil’s Teeth Baking company is the best breakfast sandwich $7 can buy.
I’ve never been a scones fan because they are usually dry but I’m liking the ones at Craftsman and Wolves. This one is their earl grey ginger blondie scone, perfectly …
My favorite iced matcha latte in the city, with boba.
This mini omakase sushi bowl from The Grubbies is only $15 and better than most sushi restaurants in the city.
Neighbor Bakehouse adds a lot of chocolate in their chocolate bear claw pastry. I love it.
Seasonal winter ramen at Orenchi: Tantanmen (“Ore no tan tan men” 俺の坦々麺).
Finally, Hainan chicken and rice in the Bay Area!
This morning’s pastry: ginger pull-apart from Neighbor Bakehouse.
My favorite SF Fidi morning combo is a cup of New Orleans cold brew and a Liege waffle from Blue Bottle Coffee.
Monday pizza at Craftstman and Wolves: smoked ham, bbq chips and garlic mayo.
The only place that I’ve found in San Francisco that does a decent HK style pineapple bun with butter (bo luo you/菠萝油).
A sausage croissant and a rosemary lemon brioche from the new bakery in the Western Addition, Jane the Bakery.
An almond macadamia milk latte from the modern, clean, minimalistic cafe of Russian Hill, Saint Frank Coffee.