Find ethnic delights at low prices in San Francisco.
While San Francisco
is, in general, a pretty expensive city, there are still many restaurants where you can find a good meal that is affordable by any standard. From the most exotic ethnic cuisine to classic American comfort food, enjoy heaping portions for low prices in this hip, metropolitan city.
This North African restaurant specializes in a blend of traditional Moroccan and Tunisian foods. Known for its culinary superiority, the cafe's cuisine features kabobs, couscous, tajines, shawarmas and stews enhanced with a variety of exotic spices. The menu includes soups, salads and sandwiches, in addition to breakfast and dinner entrees. Also available are traditional desserts, homemade lemonade and Moroccan mint tea. Zitouna offers catering and takeout. Cafe Zitouna is closed on Mondays.
1201 Sutter St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
Phat Philly is a Philly cheese steak joint that takes the classic sandwich to another level with natural ingredients, creative recipes and food that is made from scratch. Phat Philly´s beef is grass-fed, and the cheese steak rolls are purchased from Philadelphia for a touch of classic taste. Phat Philly´s cheese sauce is made with with beer. Additional homemade sauces include barbecue, garlic mayo and marinara. Aside from a menu of diverse cheese steak options, additional selections include onion rings, fries, wings and salads.
3388 24th St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
Little Skillet is an all-natural soul food breakfast and lunch restaurant, featuring such classics as fried chicken with waffles, biscuits and gravy and barbecue pork sandwiches. The food is strictly takeout and the prices are cheap. Many hearty sides include organic grits, coleslaw, mashed potatoes and fruit salad. A three-piece chicken meal served with a waffle is one of the better deals. Affordable skillet breakfasts are also available; choose between a breakfast po' boy or biscuits with ham or gravy.
360 Ritch St.
San Francisco, CA 94107
Justin Higgins has traveled throughout South America. He writes articles that appear on various websites with a focus on travel and science-related topics. Higgins is a graduate from Ithaca College with a Bachelor of Arts in cultural anthropology.
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