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Lexington Grill in the Tenderloin?

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Anyone know anything about the place in SF Tloin? Anyone been there? It supposedly has a cool sign. I couldn't google anything on it.

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  1. Not ringing any bells. Also, no record of a food biz with that name in SF's restaurant inspection database. When I first saw your post, I wondered if you might have meant Lafayette Coffee Shop though its sign is not so exceptional.
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    1. re: Melanie Wong

      My friend had the name wrong. It was Lafayette Coffee shop. They went there for dinner Saturday. Dr. Kayo said my leftovers from Shalimar were far better. I think the nicest thing he said about the place was that it was a greasy spoon.

      1. re: chocolatetartguy

        That's been there forever and I never heard anything special about it or anything in particular to order. Watch for a hipster to buy it and convert it into something foodie-ish.

        1. re: chocolatetartguy

          Heck, at least you got the city right.

          1. re: wolfe

            As Monsieur Rick said about the waters in Casablanca, "I was misinformed."

      2. I went there a couple months ago because I was craving Chicken Fried Steak. 2 observations: The couple who ran the place new 90% of the clientele by name and order (mostly old men). The chicken fried steak was home made. They took a piece of meat, pounded it and breaded it... as opposed to a frozen pre-made deal. This made for a tougher less "ground" consistency. No need to go back. If I was an older bachelor living in an SRO in the neighborhood I would eat there.

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        1. re: kairo

          I had an OK chicken fried steak at Merritt Coffee Shop in Oakland. It might scratch that itch. It's not that expensive if you have it as a breakfast, rather than a dinner. I had it with a couple of eggs, grits and a bready biscuit.