Proclaim your allegiance to your Caesar with anchovies in your salad from a fun two stories bar-restaurant in SoMa, a San Francisco city neighborhood. Figure, we would start with something nice and straightforward. It turns out, and it’s far from a simple salad! That is the most beautiful caesar salad we’ve ever seen. It was a little weird to eat it because it has whole romaine hearts, so you got to use a knife to cut it into pieces. The flavors are unlike any of a Caesar salad you’ve ever had. Its the weird combination of lemon garlic croutons, Grana Padano cheese on top, and of course, the main reason it caught our eyes, Anchovies. Not something you find in your every day caesar salad, but really should be. Of course, it helps that I like anchovies very much and no stranger to mixing foods. So if you want salad and anchovies, even if you don’t, you should try it. Not a very big portion, but the right way to start your nomnom adventure at this place.


Caesar Salad $12 @ Zero Zero San Francisco
4.2NOM Score

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Hi, I'm a food blogger who is eating the world one dish at the time. Its simple, I love to eat. Who doesn't? My goal is to share so much food that you just can't stop but drool. Fear the NOM! Embrace the NOM! Exploring local restaurants and share short reviews. Its not about the place, its about the dish and my hungry nomster. Lets eat.

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