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149 Fell St (btwn Franklin and Van Ness)
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 660-7701
Mexican
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:30 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM

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  • Fascinating strawberry merengue.
  • Not yet "there". Don't believe the hype.
  • A seafood-focused spot have people flocking to the pretty space where they can munch on light fare like ceviches, trout tostada and mussels tamale while sipping on tons of mezcal and tequila.
  • Trout tostadas
  • Trout tostadas with chipotle mayo are a riff on the chef's famous tuna tostadas. Dinner focuses on mariscos, carnitas at brunch & lunchtime is tacos piled with chicken tinga or stewed pork!
  • Gabriela Cmara brings her culinary prowess from Mexico City to the U.S. This seafood focused venture on Fell Street features warm-weather-appropriate light fare like ceviches, tostadas and tequilas.
  • Brunch on Sundays. Get the chilaquiles!
  • Trout tostada was delicious
  • Good food, terrible service
  • Meh-xican food. Way pricey.
  • Trout tostadas. So good!
  • Trout tostadas, sweet potatoe, chocolate ice cream. Use the pickeled onions to spice things up.
  • Bone marrow and sweet potato tacos
  • Just like Hamilton, the hype lives up to it. Everything is perfect - food, service + ambiance. Reccos: trout tostada, sopes playeros, kampachi ceviche, & sweet potato w/ bone marrow salsa.
  • That booshy Mexican place I want to try! 2016Chron100: Specialties: Trout tostadas with chipotle and avocado; abalone with serrano cream; mussel tamal in banana leaf; rock cod a la talla verde
  • Staff was great. Menu is largely seafood. Vegetarian options are limited. Flavors are a bit strong.
  • Save room for dessert!
  • The trout tostadas are nuts.
  • Sheds a new light on Mexican food. Tortillas liked abuelita makes served with a charred sweet potato and bone marrow salsa? Fantastic. Skip the utensils and scoop the goods with a tortilla.
  • The chocolate dessert is not to be missed. All the food was amazing here. The sangria cocktail is coconut-y and great.