Paul Redman

SF Station Writer

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In a World Far, Far Away
By Paul Redman (Oct 30, 2006)
San Francisco is the one place where a neighborhood mom and pop restaurant might have a menu of organic vegetables, foie gras and short rib crepinette, and a grumpy French waiter who makes guests feel like tourists in their own town. And this on a quiet street in the humble Richmond district, where the fog is often the first to arrive and the last to leave. More »
Where Old is New Again
By Paul Redman (Aug 14, 2006)
To believe in anything requires a leap of faith. At Modern Tea, a new restaurant and tea shop owned by Alice Cravens, a former tea purveyor to Chez Panisse and Zuni Cafe, the belief seems to be that tea can drive a full-service restaurant. To take the leap means overcoming the fact that many of the teas are too fragile to stand up to the food, namely the desserts. More »
Baring All its Fancy Ingredients
By Paul Redman (Apr 27, 2005)
Like San Franciscans in general, gourmet grocer Boulette's Larder in the Ferry Building has nothing to hide. Though only open for sit-down service at breakfast and lunch, the single ten-person table is cozy, warmed by the large stoves and brick hearth of the kitchen, which is open and surrounds the table. As you sit and watch the chefs prepare your food in front of you, they may pluck fresh herbs from the vases on the table before returning with your dish. More »
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