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Chuleta at Lolinda
Photograph: Yelp/Lisa L.

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

Forget creamed spinach. This five-year-old Argentinean steakhouse melds Latin American flavors with an ingredient-focused, farm-to-table NorCal vibe. The meat comes in myriad forms, but it’s all cooked over the wood-fired grill to a juicy char. Options include the thinly sliced Entraña (skirt steak), Abuja (an 8-oz flat-iron steak), the Bife de Chorizo (New York steak), Ojo de Bife (ribeye steak), and the ultimate cut, the Gaucho: a thick, juicy, 26-ounce bone-in ribeye steak. They’re served alongside classic cocktails and vibrant, flavorful sides like papas—potatoes roasted to a crisp and topped with chimichurri butter—and pulpo, Spanish octopus served with potatoes and spicy mojo de ajo. If your appetite isn’t satisfied by steak alone, don’t miss the Hueso Asado: rich bone marrow served with jicama, crostini, and chile de arbor jelly.

Written by
Lauren Sheber


2518 Mission Street
San Francisco
Cross street:
at 21st St
Opening hours:
Sun-Thu 5:30pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 5:30pm-12am
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