Bauer spoke, and the owners have decided to cut the Hutong "experiment" short.
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It doesn't look a lot like the Betelnut menu, but there are a few things in common.
The plan is only to go dark for a one-week remodel.
A guide to our favorite hidden, and sometimes not-so-hidden, secret dishes around S.F.
We had something last night from chef Alex Ong at Betelnut that we'd never had before, and it was goddamn delicious. Beggar's Chicken, a Chinese version of roast chicken that supposedly dates to the Qing dynasty, involves wrapping a whole...
Alas, they did not cross paths.
Jane also returned to Chez Panisse.
Half the stuff she recommends you can't get unless you got a Blackboard Eats code, but she says, "beg for them."
As part of a shift toward more exclusive, off-menu experiences, Blackboard Eats launches an offal menu at Betelnut.
In their Best of SF issue, 7x7 declares some early trends for 2010.