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Stefano's placemats are decorated with a map of Italy, murals of the Tuscan hills hover over the tables in one corner, and a trellis of grape vines and wine bottles frames the cash register. Yet the menu at this neighborhood restaurant, owned by a Guatemalan family, is equally divided between Italian and Central American food. The pizza's perhaps a step up from Boboli, but Guatemalan dishes are often good: fat little pork tamales called chuchitos and fat little sausages called longanizas, seasoned with garlic and cilantro; tostadas called enchiladas chapinas, heaped high with beef, pickled beets, and eggs, so colorful they could double as party decorations. On weekends, the restaurant serves its best dish: pepian of chicken or beef, simmered in a creamy pumpkin-seed and tomato stew.
For years, I've driven by Naples Pizzarella on Geneva, which has a banner proclaiming "Guatemalan Food," and promised myself to come back one day. Then last month I was walking by Stefano Restaurant... More »
The "Stefano" painted over the awnings of Stefano Restaurant is underlined in a stripe of red, white, and green. The placemats inside are decorated with a map of Italy. Murals of the Tuscan hills hover over the tables in one corner, and a trellis... More »
The food is delicious and the Service is prompt and efficient. Strongly recommend their pizza, good price and filling. Now Serving beer and Wine. GOOD HAPPY HOUR! If your in the Mission check this place out.
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