Restaurant Review: Radish, San Francisco

See those biscuits down there? They're gluten-free. I ordered these for breakfast at Radish in San Francisco.

I had eaten at Radish several times and only on this particular day did I notice the gluten-free biscuits on the menu. They are just as good as everything else I've had at Radish.

The poached eggs were perfectly prepared. I loved the choice of salad greens instead of potatoes, too. It's always a good idea to give me a reason to walk away from the fried potatoes.

I have had their french fries on another visit and thought they were great. My friends rave about the mac and cheese (being gluten-free and dairy-free, I can't eat it) and the bottomless mimosa's at brunch are always a big hit.

A statement from their website confirms that they use all local, seasonal ingredients and make most everything in their kitchen:

"We feature an eclectic American menu with high quality, seasonal, and locally sourced ingredients taking some inspiration from Adam's Southern roots. We make the majority of our products in-house from our baguettes and biscuits to our spreads and sauces. For everything else our tiny kitchen does not allow us to create we partner with other local companies who share our hands-on approach. Our ice cream is from an up and coming local favorite, Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous; our coffee is organic and locally roasted from Mr. Espresso; and our tea is loose-leaf, fair-trade organic sourced from another up and coming tea company, Sartori tea, based out of San Jose."

Take yourself over to Radish for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The service is outstanding, the food is delicious, fresh and flavorful and the light-filled dining area is relaxing and beautiful.

Radish is located at 3416 19th street on the corner of Lexington and 19th in San Francisco.