Before we embarked on our sweet journey at Citizen Cake, I thought that it was a good idea to eat something savory and fulfilling. We came across Bun Mee, which was right down the street from there. I can say that I am a newbie to these Vietnamese sandwiches, and I have been wanting to try one for awhile now. The inside of the little eatery is very colorful, and I absolutely adore the way that their menu was written out on chalkboards. There is just something about chalkboards in coffee shops, or restaurants that I have always had a bit of an obsession with. If it was up to me, we would have chalkboard paint on various walls in our house. Okay, so I might have gotten a little bit off track. Back to our grilled pork filled sandwiches at Bun Mee in San Francisco.
I make “lists” of places that we must eat or get a drink at according to the city that they are in. Now being that it is San Francisco, there are so many places on that list, and it may take us many visits to accomplish all of them. Returning to San Francisco is most definitely in our future plans, and of course you have to start somewhere right? Elizabeth Falkner’s Citizen Cake is one that we decided to check off our list this time around. Now checking it off doesn’t mean we won’t be back. I have been craving the Chocolate Salted Caramel Tart, ever since we left. I also loved the interior of the building. The exposed brick and lighting really make it such an inviting atmosphere.