JULY 20, 2011

Chilaquiles
@ Mamacita

Mamacita's chilaquiles (tortilla chips tossed in a warm, pleasingly spicy chipotle cream with shredded chicken, cherry tomatoes, and green peppers) are a fiesta in your mouth.

Price: $12.00

Served Up By:

  • Mamacita
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  • Marina/Cow Hollow
    2317 Chestnut St
    San Francisco, CA 94123
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  • (415) 346-8494
  • Mon-Sun 5:30pm - 12am

Accepts Credit Cards: Yes

Price Range: $$$

Parking: Street

Good for Groups: Yes

Takes Reservations: Yes

Delivery: No

Take-out: Yes

Waiter Service: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Alcohol: Full Bar

Wi-Fi: No

Has TV:Yes

Wheelchair Access: Yes

The Dish:

The chilaquiles at Mamacita is a favorite dish of food notables, including Michael Bauer, food critic for San Francisco Chronicle. But you don't have to have a culinary pedigree to know this is a special dish: A savory, mildly spicy chipotle cream enrobes each toasty tortilla chip; the tortilla chips are mixed with shredded chicken, halved cherry tomatoes, and see-through sliced green peppers to give you protein and pops of seasonal freshness; the dish arrives to your widened eyes and watering mouth with one last dash of cheese and green onions.

Key Ingredients: Tortilla chips, chicken, chipotle, cream, cherry tomatoes, mixed greens, green peppers, green onions, and cheese

The Place:

Mamacita is an exuberant restaurant with intimately-spaced tables, a communal table, and generous bar seating. With a limited reservation policy, they welcome crowds from its Chestnut Street location. Early during dinner service you'll see families and kids and, as the hour gets later, a proliferation of young professional Marina locals. Whatever the age, any diner can relax in its rustic, modern environs to enjoy a meal.

On the Side:

Mamacita's happy hour is a joyous one. Try one of their terrific tacos with a signature margarita and both your tummy and wallet will leave happy.

Recommended By:

Dina
Dina
Blogger, TheDishandTheDirt.com

Dina memorializes her dining experiences in her food review blog, The Dish and The Dirt, which gives a layperson food lover's view of the Top 100 Restaurants named by the San Francisco Chronicle plus other notable eateries. She considers pork, wine and donuts to be a well-balanced meal.

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