San Francisco Curry

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San Francisco Curry

On a recent vacation to San Francisco, we arrived into the city late after a day in Sonoma, followed by a wander through Muir Woods.

Not wanting to stray far from our hotel at Fisherman’s Wharf, we headed to the Curry Leaf in Russian Hill, a casual place that promised to provide “genuine and authentic Indian and Pakistani cuisine” at reasonable rates. It did, indeed. We tried a few staples (see above), and since it was BYOB, the hubs ran across the street to buy a bottle of beer. We chatted up the friendly owner, who would up sending us over some complimentary desserts. Curry love!

Check out Curry Leaf for an easy meal, the next time you’re in the city by the bay. It’s not full-service, but the restaurant is cuter than most to-go places, and the food is delicious and fragrant. Curry Leaf, 943 Columbus Ave., San Francisco.

2 Responses to “San Francisco Curry”

  1. Gail Says:

    Hey, Colleen, I never knew how to send a comment, but read all your blogs. The food in this one looks great!

  2. colleen Says:

    I am glad to know my own mother reads my blog!!! Haha. Thanks for the comment. It really was a great curry.

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