Thursday, July 21, 2005

Nook. What a charming place. On the corner of Hyde and Jackson on Nob Hill, it truly is tucked in a nook. Contrary to my previous notes about parking being easier in difficult districts in early morning, this was difficult, and it is very hilly. However, taking the Hyde street Cable Car would be perfect for getting here. The breakfast menu is somewhat limited, mostly bagels, pastries and a couple hot items. My Dad tried the waffles, looked good and he was complimentary. I tried the breakfast wrap which was supposed to contain eggs, ham, beans and avocado, and it was toasted on the top, not just wrapped, and sliced decoratively with a side of lush greens. It was without avocado, but still good. Free Wi-Fi advertised too.

Sweet Ginger. Dad was feeling peppy this eveing and wanted to go out to a new place... so we went to Sausalito to a gem of a Japanese restaurant. Although it's been ages since I've been there, it is still as good. The miso bass had a melt-in-your-mouth texture and was perfectly flavored.

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