September 28, 2015

San Francisco: Papito Hayes; restaurant review

San Francisco

Papito Hayes  425 A Hayes St./Gough St., (415) 554-0541.  L M-F, D daily, Sat-SunBr.  No reservations. 

Organic Mexican food is the specialty at this small establishment.  You can see the activity in the small kitchen from everywhere inside, and you’ll find delicious options on the menu--including tacos (on the small side; served open-face), burritos (on the big side; grilled to finish), quesadillas, enchiladas (a mole poblano version is available), and torta sandwiches, plus soups, salads, and larger entrees.  Vegetarian tacos can easily be made vegan.  A good start is the chips with a housemade salsa trio.  From the drink menu, I selected a refreshing watermelon agua fresca, but next time I want to try a blood-orange margarita.  At brunch, chilaquiles and huevos rancheros are available.  Seating includes two traditional booths in the back, a banquette along one wall, a bar with stools in the front, and three sidewalk-side tables outside.  

Papito Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato 

interior of Papito Hayes in San Francisco

drink menu at Papito Hayes in San Francisco

tacos at Papito Hayes in San Francisco

burrito at Papito Hayes in San Francisco

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