Cynthia: "The folks at Burma Superstar make the most ridiculously flavorful and comforting dishes. It may be cold outside, but waiting for a table here makes for a really nice time to explore the neighborhood and catch up with friends."
Burma Superstar, 309 Clement Street (between 4th and 5th avenues); 415-387-2167.
Cynthia: "Murasaki is the place to go for a fresh and authentic sushi experience!"
Murasaki, 211 Clement Street (between 3rd and 4th avenues); 415-668-7317.
Jennifer: "Try the duck confit at Q when available, it hits the spot!"
Q, 225 Clement Street (between 3rd and 4th avenues); 415-752-2298.
Cynthia: "For yummy Hawaiian food, try Ono Grindz’s chicken katsu and spam waffles."
Ono Grindz, 832 Clement Street (between 9th and 10th avenues); 415-221-4746.
Jennifer: "The food at Cajun House is so fresh and tasty! Plus, it’s a fun place to get down and dirty with friends."
Cajun House, 308 5th Avenue (at Clement Street); 415-340-3190.
Cynthia: "If you love The Beatles, great Japanese bar food, and ramen — go to Halu!"
Halu, 312 8th Avenue (between Clement Street and Geary Boulevard); 415-221-9165.
Photo: Via Burma Superstar