Oct. 25, 2016

Counter Culture

October 26, 2005, 12:00 am
***image1***We already love Counter Culture for lunch (you know, with its tangy tom yum soup and hearty, chipotle-laced chicken sandwiches) and breakfast (featuring the most atrociously rich French toast you'll ever eat), but wait 'til you try it for dinner. For a few months now, our favorite little spring roll spot has been serving up a varied and delight-inducing supper menu. Check out the moderately priced hanger steak, sided with creamy garlic mashed potatoes and kale, or go veggie with the curried vegetable plate, a dish that manages to combine the odd combo of squash, eggplant, greens and a chutney featuring large, juicy chunks of fresh mango. The evening atmosphere's a little sparse, to be sure, but the rest of the menu isn't; you could eat there seven days a week and never get bored. We know, because we've done it.

930 Baca St., 995-1105.
Breakfast and lunch daily.
Dinner Tuesday through Sunday. $-$$


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