All Reviews by coolray

  • Butera Chiropractic 1803 W 35th St, Austin, TX 78703 (512) 323-6767

    5 stars Posted on 05/24/2012 05:00pm

    Provided by Citysearch

    Dr B is the best. She was able to help where no one else could to get me out of pain after an auto accident. I didn't believe in chiropractic care until she started to work on me. It's an added bonus that she knows and uses other techniques like acupuncture, tens therapy, and she has a rehabilitative specialist who knows pilates and other low impact methods. I'm now a believer and wouldn't hesitate going back to her, or even send my parents and friends to her.
  • Dottie's True Blue Cafe 522 Jones St, San Francisco, CA 94102 (415) 885-2767

    5 stars Posted on 12/10/2011 04:00pm

    Provided by Citysearch

    I don't think I've ever had a better breakfast...EVER, even with a 1/2 hour wait on a Thursday morning at 9:30am. I had the True Blue plate for $9.95 - 2 eggs over easy (the hens must've just laid them), mild Italian Sausage (Italian? what, but I'm a convert), hash browns (another fresh off the farm, flavorful, cooked where the inside was soft and outside perfectly crisped), toast (did I say buttermilk dill with fresh raspberry jam). I would eat breakfast every day if I could have Dottie's!
  • House of Nanking 919 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA 94133 (415) 421-1429

    5 stars Posted on 12/10/2011 04:00pm

    Provided by Citysearch

    Thought we'd have to wait forever on the SantaCon Saturday night just before 8 pm but ended up in a pocket and got in pretty quickly. Fortunately the owner came over to take our order, and when he heard that this was our first time he offered to create our dinner. My friend, who isn't an adventurous eater, agreed and the rest is history. We weren't real hungry, so he created a soup around my crustacean allergy that my friend loved (a fish soup with wonton, tofu and cellophane noodles and an unique spectacular beef salad with tomatoes and mushrooms. The owner/chef is a maestro - creating as his mood strikes, as well as how he reads his customer. He demands respect in the traditional Chinese way, but deserves it. He's good. What a treat. I can't wait to go back and see what he conjures up next. This restaurant is cutting edge and for adventurous souls. It's also cash only. Side note: I don't understand some of the bad reviews I've read here. This is NOT a white tablecloth/gloved service experience. There are plenty of other places (R&G down the street is excellent and fits that model) to go to for that without dissing this place.
  • Lolo 3234 22nd St, San Francisco, CA 94110 (415) 643-5656

    5 stars Posted on 12/10/2011 04:00pm

    Provided by Citysearch

    This place is for those in the know. Frequented by Mission locals, it's for the young and adventurous. My first thought was that the portions were huge for tapas, so we didn't end up trying as much as we would've liked - because everything we had was excellent. Easily, the best was the oxtail empanada, followed by the ribeye tacos...or was it the short rib cordito, well maybe it was the panko crusted salmon and the grilled artichoke hearts. I only wish we had room for the sliders, the tuna tacos, and the brussel sprouts that looked divine. So much to try, so little time.
  • Aziza 5800 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94121 (415) 752-2222

    5 stars Posted on 12/10/2011 04:00pm

    Provided by Citysearch

    Chef Mourad Lahlou uses this Richmond eatery to dovetail Moroccan food from his homeland with artisanal features of California to create a new high cuisine. El Manseur was closed for a private party, so their owners suggested Aziza. We didn't think we'd get in without reservations since this place is usually booked well-in-advance, but they were gracious enough to set up the the to-go table for three of us. The spreads was a delightful way to start - and the pita style bread was so divine we had to order more. The squab, lamb shank were all in a class of their own for their unique flavors (and all beautifully presented), but the special for the evening, the quail, was easily the best on the entire trip to San Francisco. It should be interesting to see how the Jackson Square site does when it opens next year. I'll be back to try it.