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This echt Parisian cafe may be known more for its location -- on Belden Place, one of the best spots to spend a sunny-day lunch hour -- than its classic French fare. Nevertheless, the standards are all represented: celery root remoulade, frisée aux lardons, moules marinières. French and francophilic San Franciscans have long ID'd the cafe as a source for andouillette and boudin noir, the latter served with apples braised in red wine and mashed potatoes that must be at least 30 percent butter. Service can be a little slow, but it suits the mood.
Cafe Bastille is in downtown San Francisco on Belden Place, a surprisingly placid, restaurant-lined alley artfully hidden amid some of the tallest buildings in the city. While the interior décor of Cafe Bastille is intended to imitate a Parisian Metro station, it's the fresh-air seating that makes for the most unique dining experience, which is clearly meant to hearken to the outdoor bistros of Paris. The alleyside location of the cafe allows for outdoor seating that is largely... More »
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