Chowhounds weigh in on their favorite moderately-priced lamb dishes in town.
david kaplan likes the lamb burger at Bocadillos; two of them with a garnish salad are only $8. The cumin lamb at Old Mandarin Islamic, peppery and strongly cumin-y, is also recommended.
Another option is Woodward’s Garden. The braised lamb shank with melted gypsy peppers, braised endive, couscous, and cilantro oil tastes amazing and is a great value at about $20, says chefinthecity.
Chez Nous, a small plates place on Fillmore, serves simply-prepared lamb chops served with rosemary salt, perfectly cooked, says laaronson.
Helmand has one of the best racks of lamb in the city for only about $18, says Joan Kureczka; stonefruit also likes their seekh kabab, cubes of lamb not served on skewers.
Morton the Mousse loves the stewed lamb with charred eggplant at Aziza for $19.
The barbacoa at La Gran Chiquita is very tasty if you’re a lamb fan, says jmarek.
Bocadillos [Financial District]
710 Montgomery St., Washington, San Francisco
Old Mandarin Islamic [Sunset]
3132 Vicente St., San Francisco
Woodward’s Garden [Mission]
1700 Mission St., San Francisco
Chez Nous [Fillmore]
1911 Fillmore St., San Francisco
Helmand Restaurant [North Beach]
430 Broadway, San Francisco
5800 Geary Blvd., San Francisco
Taqueria La Gran Chiquita [Fruitvale]
3503 International Blvd., Oakland
Best place to have some Lamb in SF, non-curry, non-expensive? POSSIBLE?