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Monk's Kettle, The

415-865-9523  •  $$
ADDRESS: 3141 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94103

CUISINE: Contemporary, Gastropub, Small Plates, Charcuterie, Burgers, Sandwiches

FEATURES: Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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Chef-owner Adam Dulye's Mission District gastropub The Monk's Kettle carries more than 200 beers, which pair nicely with contemporary pub food such as cornmeal fried oysters, whipped bone marrow on toast, charcuterie and cheeses, half chicken under a brick, and dry-aged beef strip loin with bleu cheese potato gratin and braised greens.     Beer and wine available. Serving during lunch and dinner hours until late-night daily. "The food, which falls into the upscale pub fare category, is surprisingly good. Not only are there beer-friendly favorites such as charcuterie and cheese plates, but there’s also an addictive, buttery, giant pretzel served with whole grain mustard and a house-made cheddar-ale dipping sauce. For entrées, the sandwiches and burgers are all solid choices, especially a lamb burger topped with cooling cucumber-mint tzatziki sauce, and a grilled-chicken sandwich that gets dressed up with Brie and bacon."
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Chef-owner Adam Dulye's Mission District gastropub The Monk's Kettle carries more than 200 beers, which pair nicely with contemporary pub food such as cornmeal fried oysters, whipped bone marrow on toast, charcuterie and cheeses, half chicken under a brick, and dry-aged beef strip loin with bleu cheese potato gratin and braised greens.   


 

 
"The food, which falls into the upscale pub fare category, is surprisingly good. Not only are there beer-friendly favorites such as charcuterie and cheese plates, but there’s also an addictive, buttery, giant pretzel served with whole grain mustard and a house-made cheddar-ale dipping sauce. For entrées, the sandwiches and burgers are all solid choices, especially a lamb burger topped with cooling cucumber-mint tzatziki sauce, and a grilled-chicken sandwich that gets dressed up with Brie and bacon."
— Gayot
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Beer and wine available. Serving during lunch and dinner hours until late-night daily.

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