San Francisco, CA 94133
- South American
- Sun, Wed-Sat 7pm-12am
- All Major Credit Cards, check
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Delivery, Private Party, Kid Friendly, Wifi Access, Prix Fixe
- Full bar
- Accepted, Online Reservations Available
- Garage, Street, Valet
SF Weekly's Description
Rousing entertainment and high spirits are the (excellent) reasons to visit this intimate world-music nightspot, but the mostly unexciting menu of Andean specialties offers a few delights as well, among them the spicy beef turnovers known as salteñas, shortbread cookies layered with thick caramel (alfajores), and a light, crisp sangria. The venue's owners, the Sukay folk ensemble, perform every Saturday night.
Tips from foursquare
Unbelievably delicious cheescake
You have to try the kale chips! They are phenomenal! :)
Get the plantains w/black beans and strawberry sangria!
Service is ridiculously slow. Papas bravas small plate is soggy French fries, not real papas bravas tapas. Overall grade midway through meal - 2 out of 10.
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