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

Aslam's Rasoi: 1037 Valencia (between 21st and 22nd sts.), 695-0599, www.aslamsrasoi.com. Mission. Indian and Pakistani.

Club J2: 1123 Folsom (at Seventh St.), 864-1222. South of Market. Small plates.

Hime: 2353 Lombard (at Scott), 931-7900, www.himerestaurant.com. Marina. Japanese, sushi.

Holy Grill: 659 Townsend (at Eighth St.), 431-HOLY (4659), www.holygrillsf.com. South of Market. Burgers, diner food.

Mamasan: 803 Cortland (at Ellsworth), 824-2674. Bernal Heights. French-Vietnamese.

Morty's Delicatessen: 280 Golden Gate (at Hyde), 567-3354, www.mortysdeli.com. Civic Center. Delicatessen.

Petite Patisserie: 1415 18th St. (at Connecticut), 794-0319, www.petitepatisserie.com. Potrero Hill. Bakery.

Poleng Lounge: 1751 Fulton (between Central & Masonic), 441-1751, www.polenglounge.com. Western Addition. Pan-Asian, tea.

Sanmi: 3226 Geary (at Spruce), 668-7711. Laurel Heights. Japanese, sushi.

Spanish Fly: 3300 Geary (at Parker), 668-6934. Laurel Heights. Spanish, tapas.

Toast: 1748 Church (at Day), 282-4328, www.toasteatery.com. Noe Valley. American.

Yield Wine Bar: 2490 Third St. (at 22nd St.), 401-8984, www.yieldsf.com. Dogpatch. Wine bar, cheese plates.

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