By Linda Lee, who was born and raised in San Francisco and loves its quirks, Burmese tea leaf salads and inclusivity.
Edited by Holly Stark
From hidden pop up food trucks serving fusion food to the array of cool restaurants we have in the city, choosing where to eat in San Francisco is an endless and ever-growing task. San Francisco is hard to distill into just one thing or place. It’s diverse and multicultural; home to an array of different people and lots of different types of enticing cuisines. Seperated into neighbourhoods like Chinatown, Japantown, the Mission, which has a strong Latin American culture, and Bayview, which is more known for its African American culture - the city has the ability to draw people in from all walks of life with enticing aromas on every corner. For those who want to experience the best of the city’s culinary world without confusion, check out this roundup of top places to eat in San Francisco to embrace the very best food in San Francisco, which includes San Francisco specialties like the Señor Sisig fusion food truck, some of the best restaurants in San Francisco like Peruvian Ramones and cheerful yet cheap eats San Francisco style.