MUS-e-YUM does 3-SUM . . .
-and MUS-e-YUM loved it.
3-SUM-EATS, the new venture by Top Chef Alumnus Ryan Scott, made its debut tonight at Off the Grid/Haight and despite the rain, and despite feeling unwell, I made the trek because the menu sounded so good . . .
Ryan, you had me at the fried gnocchi tater tots, in your dirty ranch dressing, no less. And, frankly, you had me when I heard the name of your food truck. But then, there was more. There was the beef short rib sandwich. the Roasted Pear Salad. The maple/ bacon cupcake. THE CRACK COOKIE.
It was a cold and rainy night but it was so worth it. The prices aren’t cheap but when you see the size of the portions, most can (should?) be split by two people. And there was no line! If you’ve been wanting to try an Off the Grid without all the crowds, this location is for you. (On a rainy evening.)
This entry was posted on December 3, 2010 by markevnic72. It was filed under Food, food news, food reviews, Life in San Francisco, lunch spot reviews, San Francisco Neighborhoods, San Francisco tourism, What to See in San Francisco and was tagged with 3-SUM-EATS, cookie, Food, food truck, Haight, news, off the grid, review, Ryan Scott, sandwiches.