Funfeasts is about enjoying and exploring life - through food. It's an attempt to chronicle my feasts of fun and the many tasty bites experienced along the way.

Cotogna San Francisco

This was my second time dining at Cotogna in San Francisco and made me wonder why I'd waited so long to return.  One reason:  reservations are tough to secure!  Still, the resulting meal was well worth the effort to snag a table in this establishment. 

One dish I had vowed to order again upon return was the raviolo di ricotta.   What's not to like about cheese and a soft-cooked egg wrapped in pasta and floating in browned butter?  For one thing, it's a tad small for the price - $16.   You can, however, take comfort in the richness of the sauce which makes for great dipping of the bread at the table. 

A big plate for one very rich ravioli - that's an egg in the center - nestled in a delicious brown butter sauce. 
Up next for me, the porchetta della casa which is essentially pork nestled in pork belly.  Extremely decadent and...let's just say very caloric...but sooooooo delicious if you like this type of thing.  I didn't eat the entire dish because it's possible my food coma might have lasted into the new year.  However I did take the remaining pork belly home and it became part of a seafood dish for the grill (see Kitchen Chronicles)

Pork loin wrapped in pork belly.  Decadent and delicious!

1 comment:

  1. I have yet to eat here and it's so close to where I live!