Even if you’re lucky enough to work in an office with an incredible view of the Bay, after a while all that really does is make you want to spend more time anywhere but your desk. When that happens, we like to go to Bini’s Kitchen, a tiny Nepali food stand in an alley near the corner of Market and Montgomery. The menu is small, but most things here - from the lamb momos with spicy tomato sauce to their version of a Nepali burrito with chicken curry - cost around $8. Everything here is served to-go, so if it’s a nice day out, find a good spot in the sun at Yerba Buena Park or One Montgomery Terrace to eat your lunch. Just make sure you grab enough napkins.
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