Monday, August 06, 2007

Saylor's South of the Border

Delicious find.
Lunching again at Saylor's South of the Border (first visit September 27, 2006), I happened upon one of the most delicious salads I've ever had. Although not cheap at $18.95, it was generously topped with fresh, succulent dungeness crab.

Crab Tostada

The salad was described as: Dungeness crab in tostada shell, black beans, cheese, salsa, guacamole, sour cream. The tostada shell was sitting upon more lettuce, tomatoes and condiments as well. The restaurant is on Bridgeway, but north of the touristy section and there is plenty of parking, including a few spaces behind the building. It also has more reasonably priced items on the menu worth trying.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Searching for tasty, child-friendly Mexican in southern Marin, we (Mom, Dad, and 4.5+3-yo boys) tried Saylor's for the first time in May. Pricey, yes, but the staff is very attentive and the owner was great with our starting-to-be-fussy kids. We went earlyish (5?) and it was virtually empty, but every table was filled by 6:15. Had delicious carnitas, worth the high price. Good choices for the boys and good margaritas too!