Molinari Delicatessen, San Francisco
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It's just excellent! We tried two sandwiches and both were tasty, and you had more than enough! The price is very reasonable, just to be a more attractive place!
Delicious, fresh and yum! Had a Black Forest ham roll. Very generous and worth the $11.00!! Found this place walking to Fishermans Wharf. Great find!
Where else do you get amazing Italian deli sandwiches but in North Beach. Molinari's, a back-to-basics Italian deli and sandwich shop complete with hanging salamis, walls of pasta and various italian ... read more »
Don Pridemore Jr
Only the best Salami in the U.S.! Grab a chunk of bread and they'll fill it to order, then enjoy the sights and smells of North Beach whilst trying not to bite your fingers because you can't cram the Italian meats down your gullet fast enough! Wash it down with one of MANY S.Pelligrino selections they have to offer!
Molinari salami is a staple in any Italian kitchen. Their sopressata, Buffalo mozzarella and sundried tomato sandwich is amazing! Great selection of salamis, cheeses and spreads here.
Fantastic traditional Italian deli. I haven't sampled even a fraction of what they have to offer, but their sandwiches are amazing. Walk in, grimace at the number of people milling about, and grab a number. Wander about and find about 18 things you didn't know you needed, and make a mental note to come back. When they get close to your number, make your way to the bins in the back and choose a loaf of bread for your sandwich. Whatever you decide, definitely add basil garlic spread to it. You're not eating in this tiny shop, so take it elsewhere and enjoy!
Had a prosciutto di parma on focaccia that was truly amazing. A bit pricey for a sandwich but it was a very large portion. The prosciutto was perfect and the bread was very soft.
My favorite place north of Broadway. You can grab a loaf of bread and hand it to them to turn it into a sandwich. For lunch there's usually a 5-10min wait before they get your number. Food is full of flavor of its ingredients but not overwhelming with spices. No places to sit, just grab and go.
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