Flavor on the Coast review: Peninsula comfort food
Flavor on the Coast got its start in 2010 as Sally’s After Dark, offering dinners four nights a week at Sally’s in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood.
It acquired a following, but never had its own space – that is, until last year, when the team that had run the pop-up took over the prominent building on Highway 1 across from Pillar Point Harbor.
Hey, Ramen Lovers: Semi-Secret Ramen Pop-Up Hits Half Moon Bay on Tuesday
The rundown: Since ramen fanatics will travel any distance to find a good bowl of ramen, it makes sense for us to alert San Francisco ramen lovers to the chance for some exceptional ramen at a rare dinner pop up in Half Moon Bay.
Conrad Seto has been hosting semi-secret ramen pop up dinners for the last 2 years. He’s borrowing Flavor Restaurant, to showcase his specialty of Hakata style tonkotsu (pork bone broth)…
Here’s what customers on YELP are saying about Flavor:
“Their take on “California comfort food” was fabulous. Everything we ate was well prepared and super flavorful. LOVED the pecan tart dessert — wow.”
“What an awesome addition to the coast!”
“This is the one restaurant that gets everything right. The food is downright amazing!”
“Flavor is comfort food at it’s BEST! We are coming back for the burgers and mac n’ cheese!”
“The wait staff is very friendly, knowledgeable and obviously proud to work there. They are fans of the food, too, and make it a joy to visit.”