The Week In Reviews: Rotisserie Chicken, Shaking Beef And Lobster … Corn Dogs?

San Francisco magazine skewers the best places around the Bay to eat snacks on, well, skewers. Among the highlights: lobster corn dogs at Arcadia and churrasco at Espetus Churrascaria. Sounds like a worthy expedition; just don’t invite Larry David.
Over at SF Weekly, Meredith Brody heads over to the Mission’s Regalito Rosticeria, a traditional Mexican eatery specializing in rotisserie and roasted meats. Her suggestions: arrive early to avoid the rush (since no reservations are taken) and try the lomo de cerdo or carne asada. She’s also giddy about the prospect of a great takeout place in the neighborhood. You should be too.

After the jump: Bauer tries something new and something old, the Chowhounds get down and more 

Michael Bauer’s Sunday-Wednesday double feature this week brought the Presidio Social Club and LuLu to the forefront. In both cases, Bauer spent the majority of his time praising the restaurant, despite some small setbacks. For the PSC, he lauded the menu (dishes and prices), but questioned the execution and service, both common problems with new restaurants. As for LuLu, a 15-year-old San Francisco institution of sorts, Bauer mourns the slight loss of ” the subtle qualities that made it truly special.”
A Chowdown at the Lotus Garden revealed excellent service and several standout dishes, including shaking beef and a chicken salad. And what would a Chowdown be without the photo documentation?
For the weekly food spotlight at SFist, the East Bay Eater proves that tasting menus are not only for the Ritz as she tackles five rounds of food at Tamarindo Antojeria.

The Week In Reviews: Rotisserie Chicken, Shaking Beef And Lobster … Corn Dogs?