Good Taste: Putting the line out for fab fish sandwiches

Welcome, mateys, to Good Taste, our weekly dive into delicious Bay dishes.

Underwater rhymes:After eating what was presented to my as the “it”Los Angeles fish sandwich a few weeks ago, I got to thinking that I don’t see people writing about or taking pictures of fish sandwiches much in San Francisco. I sought out to find some new favorites, and below you’ll find the best of what I caught over the past couple of weeks.

Yoda by Bite me Sandwiches

Yoda by Bite me Sandwiches

Yoda’s sandwich is the best, and it is delicious, especially when made on Dutch Crunch. Jedi-ish accoutrements include avocado, banana peppers, pickles pepperoncinis, and garlicky mojo; it’s also got Swiss, mustard, lettuce, and tomato. Upper Haight’s Bite Me Sandwiches (701 Cole St.) has some even cheekier sandwich names, like Ike Who?

Yemen Kitchen – Fish Sandwich

Fish sandwich by Yemen Kitchen (aka Queen Saba Sandwiches)

Yemen Kitchen (219 Jones St.), a small Tenderloin eatery, has recently adopted two aliases for delivery apps: Mornings In Yemen and Queen Saba Sandwiches. Order their delicious salmon sandwich wrapped in a stew of carrots and potatoes in griddled flatbread online. Yemen Kitchen’s websiteor under Queen Saba Sandwiches at GrubHub/Seamless However you do it, just do it!

Cafe Bunn Mi offers fish banh mi

Cafe Bunn Mi – Fried sole banh mi

I’ve still got a bunch of fish banh mi I would like to try around town, but of my recent explorations, I’m most stoked on the fried sole banh mi at Cafe Bunn Mi (417 Clement St.), though I’d advise asking for the sweet sauce on the side. It’s so beautiful in this photo that I want to make future plans.

Unco Frank’s crispy fish sandos at High Treason

Crispy fish sandos by Unco Frank’s

Nearby Unco Frank’sHigh Treason Wine Bar and Shop (443 Clement St.) offers plate lunch and dinner multiple days per week. I’m a fan of the trio of fried fish sandwiches (and hate the word sando lol), which come with American cheese for that Filet-O-Fish Friday feeling without the heartburn and regret. Good for sharing or… not sharing!

Friends Giving with Mario I have a soft spot for Celia’s by the Beach (4019 Judah) and just learned that the 61-year-old Mexican restaurant is having a wholesome all-ages Friends Giving Mario Kart Tournament and feeding two kids for free per paying adult and on Wed/24. Tournament participants (limited 16) must be present. Register in advanceYou will be given a drink ticket that allows you to enjoy a free margarita (or non-alcoholic beverage) and one additional drink ticket. Could be a cute choice if you’re looking for something to do on Wednesday evening.

Support Mission MealsThis is a great opportunity to support Mission MealsEach month, hundreds of groceries are delivered to the food insecure communities. You can make a donation online now, or by going to the IDK Concepts Holiday Party in El Rio on Nov. 28, and taking part in the raffle. Either way, let’s give them a boost before the new year!

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