How many types of cuisines are there in downtown city?

Asked by Baybird, Bay Area cupertino san francisco palo alto berkeley marin county sonoma county vallejo Mon Apr 23, 2007

Is there good mix of restaurants?

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Alex G, , San Francisco, CA
Mon Apr 23, 2007
yes, there are many great choices. From expensive and exquisite Anjou (French) and Ponzu (Asian Fusion) to hall-in-the-wall "Thai Stick" or Naan-N-Curry (open late). Downtown has probably the best mix of various cuisines in the whole city.
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Sasha, , San Francisco, CA
Mon Apr 23, 2007
I've noticed a LOT of middle eastern kebob places in downtown.
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Mike Lewis, Agent, San Diego, CA
Sat Aug 15, 2009
Baybird, we like restaurant questions here, it breaks up the real estate norm. Thanks! Here’s a good link to help you out. This link will have restaurants available for you to choose from in downtown city. Best of luck and enjoy your meal.…
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Sat Aug 15, 2009
Baybird, are you looking for a place to eat or thinking of opening a restaurant?

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Leslie, , Indianapolis, IN
Thu May 3, 2007
SF seems to have the most sushi/Japanese restaurants I have ever seen in any city...many of them are excellent.
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Manisha, , Fremont, CA
Mon Apr 23, 2007
There are many international cuisines in downtown. I like Indian restaurant chutney near O'Farrell st and gratitude on harrison are good.
chutney address is (415) 931-5541 511 Jones St, San Francisco, CA and click on this link for Gratitude directions.
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