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Eater Inside: Cossu

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Russian Hill: The exotic gal you see above is Cossu, the remodeled and reimagined version of the shuttered Pasha. The word "cossu" means plush, rich interior, and from the shots above, it's safe to say that's the look for which they are going. The new owners have given the menu a new twist too: Moroccan-Asian-California cuisine. Given Pasha's 30-year run, history says Cossu can succeed in the Russian Hill space by carving out the Moroccan niche on the north side of town, but in the end, we suppose it boils down to whether the fusion thing catches on. If it doesn't, they could always blame opening on Friday the 13th. Further reading on Cossu here.

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