Sarah and I wanted to have dinner, but there were a lot of logistics involved in making that happen. Neither of us were free on the weekend. I don't get out of work until late. Sarah doesn't have a car. And both of us wanted it to be inexpensive. Our criteria became: somewhere in the city (easier for me), near BART (easy for Sarah) and cheap. Normally that means burritos, but this time we came up with a better plan: Limon Rotisserie.
This might be the best deal in San Francisco, and I can't stop talking about it. For $7.25 you get 1/4 chicken plus two sides and two dipping sauces. And it was all really tasty. Sarah and I got the tacu-tacu, papas fritas, vegetales salteados and choclo. We didn't know what most of those things were either, so here's a visual aide.
Sarah thought the corn was a little too mealy but really liked the tacu-tacu. I thought the corn was meaty and good, and really liked the papas fritas. We both liked the chicken, which was super flavorful and also the check, which was $25.