Thursday, September 2, 2010

San Francisco Food Review #2

After such a mediocre experience at Burger Joint, I (A) was still hungry and (B) still had time before the 12:45 p.m. game time, so I walked further down King Street along the stadium and found Pedro's Cantina.

The sandwich board out front was touting street tacos, at $8 for three, which isn't too outrageous.

Street tacos are a small stack of corn tortillas, and filled with carne asada, grilled chicken, or carnitas (a slow-stewed pulled pork), and served with chopped onion, cilantro, and a squeeze of fresh lime.

Add $4 for a full-sized pint of Sierra Nevada, and my meal was still at least half of what it would have cost inside the stadium. While the tacos weren't the best Mexican food I've ever had, and the boisterous pre-game sports bar atmosphere wasn't the most authentic, it was passable for lunchtime.

A solid B . . .

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