Wednesday, April 7, 2010

What's For Lunch? Kitchenette of Course

Overlooking the crumbling warehouses of San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood, kitchenette sf serves fresh lunches out of the garage door at 958 Illinois Street in the American Industrial Center:  stop by between 11:30am and 1:30pm monday through friday for pickup.  this is cash only…supplies are limited so come early! You deserve this:
("slow cooked berkshire pork torta: cilantro, pickled red onions, jalapeno, dried chile sauce  $8.50")

They are a group of chefs that have worked at some of the best kitchens in the Bay Area:  Chez Panisse, Incanto, Zuni Cafe, Eccolo, Bay Wolf, Ad Hoc, Betelnut, Fog City Diner etc.  Our menus will be posted on our blog site ( every day.  Whatever they find that is super fresh and delicious is what they’re serving.  Everything will be organic, local, street food inspired, spontaneous, affordable, handmade from scratch, and delicious (they'e eating that for lunch too!)
Here is a sample:

california ranch chicken sandwich slow smoked pork belly, avocado, pickled mustardseed ranch dressing, smoked onions, arugula  $8.50
fatted calf salumi baguette mortadella, spicy tasso ham, genoa salami, organic butter, wild arugula  $7.50
spring vegetable pan bagnat grilled asparagus, sauteed kale blossoms, bellwether farm fromage blanc, peas, shaved fennel olivada  $7.50
farro side salads king trumpet mushrooms, peppers, onions, parsley  $3.-
4505’s spicy chicharrones $3.-
cookie of the moment: ginger snaps  $.75
housemade lemonade $3.-
                                    Leg of Lamb w Bulgar Salad             Blood Orange Refresher    
Bring it on!