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Piroo

$$$$

1101 Polk St, San Francisco
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A new casual date spot has touched down in Nob Hill, and it happens to serve excellent Nepali small plates. There are momos with pork filling that’s so tender it practically melts in your mouth, spicy, lime-y chatpate, and delicate pani puri. Smaller shareable dishes aside, they also have lettuce wraps and chicken bowls that are more filling, and refreshing soju cocktails and wine that pair perfectly with anything off the dinner menu. If you’re not already convinced to come here for a second date with someone you swiped right on, know that they also do $2 oysters every day. 

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