The falafel is a near perfect food: Fried, filling, yet fairly healthy based on its harmless ingredients. Made up primarily of chickpeas, garlic, parsley, onion, and sesame seeds, it’s vegan-friendly, and rich in protein, fiber, and vitamins. For a town so enthusiastic about its food trucks and street fare, you’d think it would be easier to come across these gems of fried perfection. But a closer look proves that's not the case. We went on a hunt for San Francisco’s best falafel, and these made the cut:
In a town of bacon-wrapped hot dogs, taquerias, and food trucks, it’s easy to get spoiled by all the quick, cheap food San Francisco has to offer. But find yourself in North Beach–one of the most bustling tourist neighborhoods in the country–and cheap eats become a little trickier to come by. Here are our picks for the best dishes to score in the 'hood for $10 or under (in no particular order). What are yours?
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