30 "Gluten-Free Options" restaurants in San Francisco.
The menu at this Chinatown restaurant, which throws unusual ingredients into the mix, is interesting and delicious but not trying too hard.
Ayala is a seafood spot in Union Square serving some excellent twists on classic dishes.
Nyum Bai in Oakland serves Cambodian food that you’re either lucky enough to live by or should be crossing the bay to go get.
You don’t need us to tell you that Swan Oyster Depot is great. But we’re going to anyway.
Hog Island Oyster Bar gives spectacular view and dripping fresh seafood.
Burma Love is a high-quality Southeast Asian option in the Mission. You might even be able to go without a reservation.
Food for the Lululemon crowd, and for us too. Jane on Fillmore finely toes the line between healthy and delicious. If only they were open for dinner.
Elephant Sushi in Russian Hill usually has a bit of a wait, so try to head there on the early side (they open at 6).
We love Lers Ros for a big group dinner, especially when your group is down to eat some spicy alligator. This Thai joint is best if you get adventurous.
Tony’s Pizza Napoletana in North Beach has nearly every style of pizza you can ask for all under one roof.
Hook Fish Co. is a tiny spot serving fresh, delicious seafood in the Outer Sunset.
Isla Vida is a casual spot in the Fillmore with solid Cubano sandwiches and jerk chicken.
Leo’s Oyster Bar involves pricey, but tasty seafood in an ’80s power yacht come to life. Obviously it’s in the Financial District.
Serious sushi types rave about ICHI in Bernal Heights. We like the sushi, but the cooked food is really where it’s at.
Oren’s Hummus in SoMa serves Israeli food and is perfect for a casual business lunch with coworkers and clients.