The San Francisco Bay Area is home to a plethora of hole in the wall cafes, neighborhood restaurants, street trucks, food carts, markets and more that serve up tasty affordable snacks and meals.  We call these budget friendly dining options “Cheap Eats.”  These offerings satisfy every palate from Spanish Tapas to Indian Burritos and classic comfort food like fried chicken to Mac and Cheese.  This week Eye on the Bay Host Liam Mayclem samples dishes like Sushi Burritos and French Onion Soup Sandwiches at some of the new and notable eateries.

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The Galley at Clooney’s
1401 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110

The Galley at Clooney’s offers delicious and one of a kind fare like beef tongue on flatbread and an out of the bowl onion soup sandwich.

El Huarache Loco
Alemany Farmer’s Market
100 Alemany Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94110

El Huarache Loco serves authentic Mexican street food.

El Buen Comer
Noe Valley Farmer’s Market
24th and Sanchez
San Francisco, CA 94199

El Buen Comer’s family run food booth offers traditional Mexican cuisine.

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59 New Montgomery
San Francisco, CA 94105

Sushiritto is a trendy new spot. Customers line up for their burrito size sushi.

Onigilly Japanese Snack Cart
Justin Herman Plaza
5 Steuart St
San Francisco, CA 94102

Onigilly street food cart serves traditional and portable Japanese rice snacks.

Chef Jon Lee Asian Confusion Cuisine
1250 Newell Ave
Walnut Creek, CA 94596

Chef John Lee Asian Confusion Cuisine is a unique taste of the East with a Western twist. The Crunchy, Sticky Chicken and the Baby Back Keep You Coming Back Ribs are the must haves picks.

Blossom Bee Creperie
7335 Village Parkway
Dublin, CA 94568
(925) 999-9250
Blossom Bee Creperie serves up world cuisine wrapped in a crepe.  From the Italy inspired Pesto Chicken Crepe to the sweet ending crepe filled with bananas and nutella.  There’s a crepe for every craving.

La Cocina – San Francisco Incubator Kitchen
2948 Folsom St.
San Francisco, CA 94110

La Cocina Incubator Kitchen takes the aspiring chef or caterer from their home kitchen and gives them the training and equipment they need to assist in opening their own business.


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