3000 20th St,
Mission, Central East
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Liver Mousse with Mulled Wine and Pickled Grape, Radishes and Cultured Butter, Crispy Pork Rillette with Smoked Date and Persimmon, Three Cheeses with Lavosh, Fennel Preserve and Walnut, Coal Roasted Carrots with Buffalo Milk Custard, Mixed Grains and Seeds, Marinated Mussels with Brussels Sprout and Duck Crackling, Smoked Trout with Avocado, Apple, Jicama and Dill, Sweet Potato Soup with Mushroom, Prune, Molasses and Wild Rice, Charred Beets with Sunchoke, Buckwheat, Cabbage and Crescenza, Heirloom Squash with Pork Belly, Kohlrabi and Apple...
Reviews for Central Kitchen
To say this restaurant was highly-anticipated would be like calling Bill Gates kind of wealthy. Ever since the success of Flour + Water, there's been much speculation surrounding the plans of Executive Chef Thomas McNaughton and partners David Steele and David White. The opening of Central Kitchen has given the people an answer. With Chef de Cuisine Michael Gaines (Manresa , Gary Danko), Central Kitchen will support local purveyors and offer Northern California –focused cuisine such as poached artichokes with white beans and salted true cod or king salmon with beets, yogurt, mustard and olive. Opt for covered courtyard dining, with its concrete-heated floors and manicured courtyard for that real California dreamin’ and dining experience.
Although the location isn't ideal, it's worth it to make the trip out to Central Kitchen. The atmosphere is relaxed, but intimate and the food! Thomas McNaughton is a master of refined casual Ital-Cal cuisine.
Spiffy spot for brunch on the outdoor patio--great egg dishes, and housemade sausage.
San Francisco Al Fresco
Where to dine and drink when it\'s actually warm enough to be outside. (And I\'m talking patios and…
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