Friday, February 23, 2018

Eat in San Francisco: Las Tinajas Restaurant

Carne Asada with gallo pinto (pinto beans and rice) and fried plantains

Maduros (sweet plantains)

I visited Las Tinajas Restaurant, a cafeteria-style Nicaraguan restaurant located on Mission between 19th and 20th, for the first time this past weekend.

I ordered the Carne Asada with a side of gallo pinto (rice and beans) and two types of plantains, one fried like chips and the other sweet (maduros). Everything was really good. The carne asada was cooked perfectly and had a lot of flavor. The rice, beans, and plantains complemented the meat well and provided great texture. I would definitely stop by again.

If you've visited Las Tinajas Restaurant, what do you recommend trying?

Las Tinajas Restaurant
2338 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94110
Open: Monday - Saturday 10 - 4:30

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