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Pagan Restaurant


3199 Clement St, San Francisco
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The menu at this Outer Richmond restaurant is split between Burmese and Thai dishes. One thing we never leave without ordering is the palata, a buttery showstopper served with chunky chicken curry for dipping. Another is the ginger salad that hits you right in the nose with pickled ginger strips. We also love this laidback spot because it’s easy to grab a table, making it ideal for your next quick weeknight dinner or any time you need to fuel up before an afternoon of wandering around Land’s End (lunch is served on weekends).

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