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Sep 8, 2009 11:38 PM

Wexler's, SF FIDI - bbq Ca quail; plate of pork, bbq scotch eggs, sour cream Japanese pear pie, etc.

I saw some pics on Flickr from Wexler's. CH reports:

They have lunch & dinner - both on website as pdf:

Things that sound good to me for dinner: BBQ Scotch Eggs $11, Wexler's plate of pork $19, Sour cream Japanese pear pie $6; bbq Ca. quail $10; smoked short ribs $19, etc.

Closed Sun
M 11:30-6
T-F 11:30-11
Sat 5:30-11

568 Sacramento Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 983-0102

568 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA 94111

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    1. i haven't tried it yet. my Flickr friend Kewlio tried the pork chop & named it best eats of 2009:

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      1. re: hhc

        The plate of pork that I ordered there recently had some of the best pork schnitzel (lyrically described as "chicken-fried") that I have had in a long while. The "shrimp and grits" were more like "prawn and grits". And the "dirty-rice" arancini were the best arancini I've eaten in SF since Ducca took a turn for the worse. They even had impeccably fresh uni. What a wonderful fusion of European, Red-State, and Asian cuisines. It's not fair to compare this restaurant to a BBQ joint...not fair to the BBQ joint, that is. Especially at these reasonable prices. Hold the ketchup and brown sugar!

        568 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA 94111

      2. I went for lunch yesterday. Fried green tomatoes with smoked feta were great. BBQ brisket bánh mi was awesome. Looking forward to trying it for dinner.

        568 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA 94111

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        1. re: Robert Lauriston

          Oh, yeah, the picture reminds me, I'm not usually a fan of macaroni salad, but with the addition of bacon, peppers, and other crunchy vegetables it was really good.

        2. Wexler just doesn't get enough mention here. Went there today and had really realy good quail with blueberry-tarragon jam. It was tenderly cooked and the flavors just melded together. I have been here many times since it's only a block away from the office, somehow had missed the quail. Everything on the menu is good and an interesting take on bbq.

          Another sad mention is that they got rid of their happy hour menu that was a favorite at my office. They said that they have to throw away the food come friday as not enough people order them. Thinking back, I've always been able to grab a table during happy hour without reservations. This is sad, this restaurant is really good! Maybe not destination worthy if you're from out of town, but it is a solid restaurant with a great menu!