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Tim Surette

SF Station Writer

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By Tim Surette (May 04, 2004)
The Window could not have opened at a better time. Now that the new economy is biting down on our wallets and jobs are more prized than plentiful in wake of "the burst of the bubble," cheap, good food is a prized commodity in any neighborhood. Any locale that can throw in good service as well is a gem. A small restaurant serving a menu of flavors from all over Asia at rock-bottom prices is nothing new, so why is the Window doing so well? [Editor's Note: The Window has since moved to a new location since the article was written.] More »
The search for quintessential Thai cuisine in the Mission
By Tim Surette (Dec 21, 2004)
The Mission district has always been known as a melting pot of ethnic and cultural diversity. In a city with nearly one restaurant for every ten people, the Mission has its share of stellar ethnic specific restaurants. American has its Gordon's, French has its Ti Couz and Foreign Cinema, Sushi has its Tokyo GoGo, Vietnamese has its Slanted Door, and Italian has its Delfina, but no Thai restaurant has stepped up to claim dominance for its genre. Is there a "Thai-mond in the rough" hidden in the Mission? I decided to brave the streets of the Mission and dive into a world of curries, imperial rolls, and sticky rice to find out. More »
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