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In an ideal world, there would be a sub shop on every corner. Even then, however, few would probably serve King Foot's excellent specialty: a hoagie heaped with Korean B.B.Q.-style beef and kimchi. Long before Korean fusion fare emerged as a major trend, this Divisadero shop was pairing bulgogi and kalbi with mayonnaise, lettuce, and tomato. Well-prepared, more pedestrian options ― meatballs and cheese, turkey and avocado, and mesquite-grilled chicken, for example ― are available too.
Not much competition here. San Francisco is a bad sandwich town, so any place that doesn't charge $10 for two slices of Wonder bread and some gristle probably rates a mention. Even so, King Foot, a tiny sub shop in the Lower Haight, is great by any measure. The subs come hot or cold, 6-inch or foot-long, with tuna, meatball, salami, roast beef, and so on. The toppings are fresh; the lettuce isn't that awful Subway confetti that's usually dumped on grinders like these. Everything's a bit... More »
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