If gyros, falafel, and fresh greek salad sound tasty we suggest a visit to these Mediterranean spots in South San Francisco. We found the best Mediterranean spots by analyzing top restaurant review sites, expert rankings, and food blogs. Head to one of these spots to relax with a chilled glass of greek Santorini and the best mezze in South San Francisco.
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When considering what goes best with falafel, we recommend a glass of Rosé, it truly complements the dish as it counterbalances the dense texture of the falafel.
To elevate your falafel experience, we recommend some Chardonnay to go with your dish. This pairing works especially well because this white wine enhances flavour.
Experts suggest pairing a rabbit with sausage with a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon, a popular red wine.
Our favorite treat, the caesar salad, has its roots in Mexico. We can thank Caesar Cardini for coming up with it too.
Surely you’ve heard of Egypt’s famous wul Medames by now? They make it with mashed fava beans!
The world record for the salad currently stands at 44,312 pounds 14 ounces, made by Mouzenidis Travel of Russia. This record was set on September 4, 2016.
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