Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Spotlight: Rose's Cafe

If you live in San Francisco or if you are planning a trip, run don't walk to Rose's Cafe. We've made a habit of blogging about go-to spots and this one happens to my sister, Lucille's. Rose's is a bistro cafe that sits on the corner of a quiet street in San Francisco's Cow Hollow neighborhood. On a picture perfect day, the kind that makes you want to pack your bags and move on the spot, we sat outside underneath shady awnings.

This place is all about great food with no fuss. I'm just going to let the pictures of some of our dishes prove it...

Grilled Peach Bruschetta with Gorgonzola and Honey on Homemade Sourdough (We tried to recreate this dish in Napa but it didn't come close to the original. Will need to keep trying...Worth it for sure!)
Wild King Salmon Cozy, Cherry Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Red Onion, Watercress & Herb Aioli (The manager, Matt, said this was their best selling dish at lunch time)
Smoked Prosciutto, Crescenza, Sage and Thyme on homemade Focaccia (I had them add tomato)


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