Hot PlacesArgentinian sopillas to nosh on in San Francisco

Argentinian sopillas to nosh on in San Francisco

If you’re still enjoying the buttery goodness of Argentian sapaipillas, there is sopaipillas, you have a fortune.

El Porteno auctions these lovely little hand-pics, which makes a great breakfast or light lunch, at farmers markets in San Mateo, Oakland, Marin County, San Francisco. You can pick them up at San Francisco’s year-round Inner Sunset business (only a short drive from the Laurel Inn) from 9 a. M. M. 1 p. M. On Sundays.

Owner Joey Ahearne’s six types of flavorful sodas are centered on his mother’s food and market for $ 3 million. 50 each. They’re all about the shape of your hand but are unreliable, buttery toppings.

I attempted multiple times: the “jamon y queso” a good mixture of mozzarella and salami (i’d have liked a little more salami); and the “polloy” kindly filled with a blend of soft Fulton Valley eggs, yummy!!!, pancakes and bungalow.

El Porteno both creates a sweet empanadita filled with coconut and handmade arroz con leche latte ($ 1.75), as well as alfajores, nice biscuits pastries filled with arroz con leche latte or fruit put together ($ 1.50 each).

— Carolyn Jung of FoodGal


Latest article

More article