Photo: Portuguese-style tuna salad ($11.50)
Line caught tuna conserva, new potatoes, garbanzo beans, kalamata olives, cage free egg, red onion and parsley dressed with Victor Guedes olive oil and red wine vinegar
I went to check out Horatius, a “market gallery, bistro, wine bar and event venue” at the base of Potrero Hill today. The food is simple and flavorful California cuisine with strong Mediterranean and Portuguese influences, reflecting the founder and CEO Horacio Gomes’ Portuguese roots. I had the Portuguese-style tuna salad, which resembles the classic French salade niçoise but with the addition of chickpeas and spinach. A tasty and light lunch for a sunny Saturday in San Francisco.
350 Kansas Street
(between 16th and 17th Streets)
San Francisco, CA 94103