Take A Trip Around The World With Caviar Week: World Tour
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If you ask us, one of the best things about traveling is the eating. And if that’s something you’ve been missing recently, you’re going to want to know about Caviar Week: World Tour. From August 16-22, Caviar is teaming up with seven restaurants across San Francisco on prix fixe meals to give you a taste of that around the world trip you wish you could take. Pretend you’re in Thailand one night and Greece the next with the exclusive menus, plus curated dinner playlists to go with them. Get the full rundown below to plan our your “itinerary”. Bon voyage!
Considering Mamahuhu comes from the people behind Mister Jiu’s, this stop on the World Tour is guaranteed to hit it out of the park. Mamahuhu cooks up spins on Chinese-American classics, and they’re offering two different prix fixe menu options. The first is perfect for one person and includes their Mala YOLO Cucumbers, a combo plate of one of their house specialties, rice, and vegetables, plus a Yin Yang Parfait. The second option is intended for two people (don’t worry, we won’t judge if you want it all for yourself), and includes egg rolls, their chrysanthemum salad, your choice of a house special, cold sesame noodles, jasmine rice, the Yin Yang Parfait, and Chinese almond cookies.
Amber India opened their first Bay Area location in 1994, so these veterans know a thing or two about making delicious Indian food. They’re serving up a three course meal including a chicken appetizer, tandoori lamb chop, their signature butter chicken, classic dal makhni, garlic parmesan naan, saffron pilaf rice, and their Amber’s YoMo (a yogurt mango parfait) as dessert.
If you’re in the mood for Italian food, in particular pizza, then you should definitely hop on Fiorella’s meal. Their menu includes a baby lettuce salad with creamy avocado Italian dressing, a margherita pizza, and their chocolate budino with hazelnuts and sea salt.
Souvla is a San Francisco treasure — the kind of place you dream about all the time if you ever move away. As part of the Greek stop on the World Tour, Souvla is offering a meal of a whole roasted chicken, a green side salad, mashed potatoes, and two servings of baklava — because, when it comes to dessert, two is always better than one.
Travel to Japan via Pabu, an izakaya in Fidi. They have two different order options, both of which are stacked with favorites from the menu. The first option serves one person and includes 5 pieces of nigiri, a choice of maki, seaweed salad, kinpira, and their milk chocolate-sesame custard. The second serves two people and includes spinach ‘Goma-ae’ style, ahi tuna poke, karage, pork fried rice, miso black cod, and milk chocolate-sesame custard.
Papalote Mexican Grill
For a night in Mexico, Papalote has a prix fixe option for one or two people. Dinner includes chips and guacamole, your choice of pechuga al achiote, chile verde, or chicken mole, and a pint of ice cream. Pick two of the mains if you’re ordering for two people - or are just thinking ahead about leftovers.
Lers Ros has a huge menu of Thai dishes, a thing we appreciate, but always struggle to narrow down. So, let their prix fixe decide for you and get a three-course meal of fried vegetable rolls, green seafood curry with either jasmine or brown rice, and sticky rice with mango for dessert.