Could I BE any more excited to tell you about this BACON?
I want to jump through my screen and have at it; I’m annoyed that it’s not currently sitting in front of me because it’s THAT good. It’s the thickest, sweetest, spiciest piece of bacon you’ll ever have.
You can either revel in the sweet and savory taste itself or with a bite of your eggs benedict. Then have at it with your pancakes. Then eat it again with your burger. You can have it with everything or with nothing at all. It’s seriously THAT good.
Ok. I’m done with my bacon rant.
Anyways… you’re probably thinking (or drooling) over what else is good here. Which is pretty much everything.
Here’s what to order:
Belly Rancheros ($14): slow braised Kurobuta pork belly, avocado, arugula, Kimchi Pico De Gallo & spicy guacamole over corn tortilla.
Ok. This is seriously amazing. If you have trouble choosing a dish, this belly rancheros is your must try… with the side bacon obviously.
I’ve never had anything like it. Tastes like Mexican flavors mixed with some Asian spices and a hint of American all in one bite. (sorry for the non-descriptive description. Just try it and you’ll see what I mean.)
Omelette ($15-16): They have SIX different options for omelettes. You can’t go wrong with any of them served with a buttery croissant and rainbow potatoes. Here are my two favorites:
KS’s own Omelet ($15) with pork wine sausage, lemongrass, asparagus, bell peppers, soy sauce
Big Hass Omelet ($16) Bacon, mushroom, spinach, avocado, Kimchi Pico De Gallo, mild cheddar
Ricotta Hot Cakes ($13): served with berries mix, Vermont maple syrup & honey butter. THIS tastes as good as it looks.
And this is basically bread porn: Mascarpone Stuffed Deep Fried French Toast ($13).
Are you convinced yet? Kitchen Story is one of the best brunch spots in San Francisco.
Brunch isn’t brunch unless friends and cocktails are involved.
They also serve bottomless mimosas for $19 bucks.
So next time you’re looking for that awesome spot to eat, drink, and catch up. Go to Kitchen Story –> Get the Millionaire’s Bacon AND the bottomless mimosas. Now that’s what I call the best brunch ever.
Pro tip: the wait is 30-45 mins on a weekend. But you can get started on your bottomless mimosas as you wait for your table to be called.