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ChottoReview.jpgThe Untermarvelous spends some time with the small bites at new Marina izakaya, Chotto: "a smart and serene little dining room" with "excellent prices." She finds "frying is particularly strong," the mentaimo (grilled potato salad) is "spectacular" and she even partakes in "The City's new fetish" with a "huge bowl of ramen." In summary: "the chef incorporates excellent American products, especially pork and beef, into Japanese culinary vernacular, to come up with his own version of San Francisco comfort food." [Examiner]

Chotto

3317 Steiner Street, San Francisco, CA

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