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Oct 1, 2013 - Going for Organic Food in San Francisco
Hunting down food in San Francisco is not a hard thing to do because San Francisco, as much as they love arts and entertainment, have a very deep love for culinary experiences as well. The hard part is finding organic or vegetarian fare even in the downtown area. But here, we have some of the best and most revered organic restaurant in San Francisco.
We will start off with Minako Organic Japanese Food, something a little hard to hunt down even for non-vegetarian bus rentals San Francisco visitors. Earning a fantastic rating health-wise is not an easy feat but there you have it, Minako does it with ease. The thing about eating out at Minako is the fact that they are open from Wednesday right down to Sunday and serves only the dinner crowd and they do not take reservations, therefore, the only way to make sure that you get a table for your visiting friends, be there before five thirty, which is when the restaurant opens for business. But the good news is that there is always fantastic customer service. The casual atmosphere is almost pretentious-less which means guests can focus on the outstanding soba noodles, red sniper, crab roll, seaweed soups, and of course, we are not leaving out the amazing Misha Maki tuna. They know precisely how to make organic food classy, delicious and absolutely to-die-for.
Gracias Madre is as organic as organic comes for Mexican food fare and it is located on Mission Street between the 18th and 19th street so just let your bus rentals San Francisco bus driver to drive you there. The owners’ apparent interest in minimalist decoration and down-to-earth atmosphere is very clear when you walk in. The paintings on display are simple against the wooden tables and chairs in the dining area. It is not something you would expect from the normal Mexican restaurant anywhere else in the world, we would say. When you think of a Mexican restaurant, you would automatically think of a burst of color, fancy decorations, flags and funny figurines...but no, you get none of this at Gracias Madre. The great food comes in large portions so, be warned and be ready to share out your food.
And for something a little more familiar yet organic, we strongly recommend Underdog which is located along Irving Street. The management truly believes in serving only healthy, delicious food and it is very important that they serve hot dogs that are vegan, GMO-free, kombuchas and everything that goes well with the hot dogs. You will end up not just loving the concept, the food but what they stand for at the end of your bus rentals San Francisco visit.