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Dinner at Piperade, San Francisco

Piperade: Exterior, interior, menu Piperade is a rustic, comfortable, California-Basque restaurant that I would go out to eat on a weekly basis, if I were to live in San Francisco. It’s satisfying food that isn’t too fussy or complex and has a good value compared to other San Francisco restaurants. Appetizers: Serrano ham with a glass of Viña Cartín, Albariño, Dungeness crab salad, cold foie gras We had a glass of crisp, quaffable Viña Cartín Albariño 2010 ($10 per glass) to go with our appetizers. The paper-thin sliced serrano ham ($17) drizzled in Arrels olive oil was tasty. It’s smooth..