Thursday, September 24, 2015


4068 18th Street
San Francisco
CA 94114

We met up with Matt for dinner on 18th Street at Lark, which was pretty busy for a Tuesday evening. The exterior is fairly plain and inside the look is chic, dark and on the minimal side.

We kicked off by sharing the hummus served with pita bread which was a tasty way to start the meal.

I had the Roasted Eggplant which was topped with spring vegetables, baked mozzarella and fresh tomato and basil sauce. It was served with asparagus and roasted cherry tomatoes. The flavour combinations worked well making for an enjoyable dish.

Matt had the Tiger Prawn Skewers. The grilled house marinated prawns came with parsley, olive oil, sumac and fresh lemon. He certainly seemed to enjoy them.

The baked Salmon Stuffed fennel, leeks, spinach and mustard dill fumé sauce was a winner.

We shared a side of the Truffle French Fries. The deep fried hand-cut Kennebec potatoes were coated in house seasonal herbs and shaved Parmesan and were a great addition to the meal.

The service was friendly and our meals came at a relaxed pace. The bill came in at $121.80 including a couple of drinks each which seemed fair for some good food.

Lark Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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