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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Jon's Street Eats, San Francisco, CA

THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Jon's Street Eats Restaurant Review

: Jon Kosorek has distilled more than 20 years of restaurant chef experience into Jon’s Street Eats, a mobile cart that freely mingles fine dining technique with affordable and approachable items. Kosorek gets easily bored, so it’s difficult to name signature dishes or even make recommendations; his offerings vary widely, from twists on conventions (a fish and chip sandwich with fresh rock cod and house-made potato chips) to simple, elegant presentations of items typically served on linen tablecloths (hog’s head terrine, salmon carpaccio). He’s got a mean hand with sweets as well, whether with mint ice cream, butterscotch pudding or ever-changing cookie assortments. Conceived as a showcase for all that he can do, Kosorek’s long-term goal is to open a permanent brick and mortar space. In the meantime, look for this cart to provide restaurant quality at a food truck price point.
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