Eat 2

Probably going to be on lots of restaurant-of-the-year lists

Che Fico: Mad Fig in the Fog

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Location: CA-San Francisco

Story Date: 5/17/2018

Publisher: SF Weekly   

Author: Peter Lawrence Kane

For everyone who can comfortably digest it, burrata is a delight, and there’s something about serving it with asparagus that feels like the official confirmation of spring’s arrival. It might have a little to do with asparagus looking a tiny bit like an asphodel, the leaves of which are traditionally used to wrap burrata. The likelier reason is that both burrata and asparagus have gentle flavors that are otherwise polar opposites, milky and smothering versus clean and earthy-sulfurous — and when they come together, it’s magic.

Place Category: Food & Drink

Story Category: New Places