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Amisha Indian Cuisine: 1924 Irving (at 20th Ave.), 759-7007. Outer Sunset. Indian.

Boccalone: Ferry Building Marketplace (at Embarcadero), www.boccalone.com. Embarcadero. Panini and salumi.

Cafe on the Square: 736 Mission (at Third St., in the Contemporary Jewish Museum), 655-7800, www.thecjm.org. SOMA. Soups, salads, and snacks.

Cafe Verde: 260 Kearny (at Sutter), 956-9596. Financial District. Sandwiches and salads.

Halu: 312 Eighth Ave. (at Clement), 221-9165. Inner Richmond. Japanese noodles and yakitori.

Kansai Bistro: 4112 Geary (at Fifth Ave.), 386-6188, www.kansaibistro.com. Inner Richmond. Sushi.

Kasa Indian Eatery: 4001 18th St. (at Noe), 621-6940. Castro. Indian kati rolls (wraps).

La Vinoteca: 1785 Union (at Octavia), 929-8032. Marina. Wine bar and Italian food.

Level Three: 500 Post (at Mason), in the Marriott Hotel, 929-2087, www.levelthreesf.com. Union Square. Modern American.

The Little Chihuahua: 292 Divisadero (at Page), 255-8225, www.thelittlechihuahua.com. Haight. Mexican.

Miss Saigon: 100 Sixth St. (at Mission), 552-0332, SOMA. Vietnamese.

The Sentinel: 37 New Montgomery (at Stevenson), SOMA. Breakfast and lunch.

Usual Suspects Cafe: 450 Broadway (at Kearny), 434-4444, www.theusualsuspectscafesf.com. North Beach. Vegan.

Vicoletto: 550 Green (at Jasper), 433-5800.North Beach. Italian.

Yogen Fruz: 3 Embarcadero Center, 627-9158, www.yogenfruz.com. Embarcadero. Frozen yogurt.

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