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Amuse Bouche in Dolores Park

brian j Apr 27, 2009 01:17 PM

Chilling in Dolors Park yesterday sipping chapagne in celebrating of my buddy's birthday when a nice French dude walks by with two tupperware containers and a sign: "Amuse Bouche." Of course I had to inquire what sort of deliciousness he was selling... Oftentimes in DP people selling treats are often of the dosed variety. But these were just straight up edibles. He had mini brocoli quiches and mini pear-coconut tarts for $3. I settled on a pear-coconut tart. It was superb. Crubmly crust, rich gooey filling. So good that I bought another immediately and gave it to my buddy. Only in San Francisco. We are blessed to have such amazing culinary treats delivered right to our bouches while soaking in the sunshine.

  1. farmersdaughter Apr 27, 2009 02:06 PM

    I see him often in the mornings at the 24th St/Mission BART station: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/6083...

    4 Replies
    1. re: farmersdaughter
      BernalKC Apr 27, 2009 02:49 PM

      I saw one report that he was run off of BART by the cops http://missionmission.wordpress.com/2... Anyone seen him back at BART since?

      Seems like a travesty. Like El Tonayense on a smaller scale.

      1. re: BernalKC
        farmersdaughter Apr 28, 2009 10:35 PM

        He was at the BART station this morning (Tuesday).

        1. re: BernalKC
          Melanie Wong Apr 29, 2009 11:56 AM

          El Tonayense is a licensed vendor. Is the Amuse Bouche cart?

          1. re: Melanie Wong
            BernalKC Apr 29, 2009 05:09 PM

            Undoubtedly not. Point well taken. I guess the small-l libertarian in me was reactiong to the thought of mindless regulation getting in the way of good, honest food.

            Glad to hear that he's still in business.

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