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A weekly listing of new restaurants around town. To recommend a spot, e-mail fresheats.

Aurea: 905 Powell (at California, in the Stanford Court Hotel), 989-3500, www.aureasf.com. Nob Hill. Californian.

Bamboo Buffet: 322 Kearny (at Bush), 986-1052. Financial District. Asian.

Chill: 125 Kearny (at Post), 433-1233, www.chilldesserts.com. Financial District. Dessert.

Good Pizza: 140 Seventh St. (at Mission), 628-8381. SOMA. Breakfast and pizza.

Green Papaya: 825 Mission (at Fourth St.), 345-8881. SOMA. Vietnamese.

La Boulange: 2300 Polk (at Green), 345-1107, www.baybread.com. Russian Hill. Sandwiches and pastries.

Lilah Belle's: 3801 18th St. (at Church), 255-9473, www.lilahbelles.com. Castro. Sandwiches and salads.

Loving Hut: 1365 Stockton (at Vallejo), 362-2199, www.lovinghut.com/us. Chinatown. Vegan fast food.

Perry's: 155 Steuart (at Mission), 896-9155, www.perryssf.com. Embarcadero. American.

Pisco: 1817 Market (at Octavia), 874-9951, www.piscosf.com. Upper Market. Tapas and cocktail lounge.

Pizzeria: 659 Valencia (at 16th St.), 701-7492. Mission. Pizza.

Ramen Club: 3242 Scott (at Chestnut), 346-8882. Marina. Noodles and sushi.

What's Up Dog!: 1599 Howard (at 12th St.), www.whatsupdog.com. SOMA. Gourmet hot dogs.

Zinnia: 500 Jackson (at Columbus), 956-7300, www.zinniasf.com. North Beach. American.

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