Billingsgate is a fantastic new seafood market and cafe from the team behind Four Star Seafood, a wholesale seafood company in SF. Along with a raw bar, their menu has a ton of prepared dishes that highlight their excellent seafood, like clam chowder, octopus carpaccio, and seafood salads that you can get on top of brioche or butter lettuce. The dish I still daydream about daily, though, is the kampachi crudo - thin slices of yellowtail that are bathed in olive oil and topped with serrano peppers, bits of pomelo, and tarragon. Another must-order: the smoked salmon with creme fraiche, pickled onions, and capers on top of a thick, buttery slab of griddled brioche.
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