Paleo in San Francisco near lombard?

Answered on April 23, 2014
Created April 20, 2014 at 5:44 AM

In san fran on holiday... Looking for places to eat that have paleo friendly options.... Ate and 4505 meats already, great! Any more near lombard, fisherman's wharf area, specifically breakfast and cafes and stuff, wanna check out ROAM as well. I am a teen, so I did have a few fries because one restaurant wouldnt substitute, but got a burger lettuced wrapped.. Did okay today

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on April 23, 2014
at 02:03 AM

Thanks! Had a lot of lettuced wrapped burgers, salads, went and bought veggies from the store and market, and had ciopipino (seafood tomato based soup)... Wasn't entirely sure if it was 100% paleo, but it wasn't cream based and didn't have grains or legumes so I am sure it was pretty good for eating out


on April 20, 2014
at 08:02 AM

I'm currently living in SF... It's really hard (impossible?) to find anything truly paleo-friendly, because most restaurants have a lot of hidden sugars. Even ethnic food, in order to appeal to Americans use a lot of brown sugar and white cane sugar.

My advice instead is try out all of the interesting hole-in-the-wall Chinese, Mexican, FIlipino, etc restaurants and go for the most paleo-friendly items on the menu. You're on vacation!


on April 20, 2014
at 07:52 AM

go check out The Tipsy Pig on Chestnut... great place

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on April 20, 2014
at 06:38 AM

I haven't been back in years, but my favorite is http://www.brandyhos.com/locations.html and I'd go for the whole steamed fish with veggies or the hunan smoked duck, chicken or ham with garlic. They don't get great reviews like they used to but I still love the place. Nice long walk from the Wharf.

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