Brunch is apparently as big in San Francisco as it is in Los Angeles, and there are plenty of great choices (which fill up right away). One of the places offering a more unique menu is Nopa.
Eggs are a staple brunch item for me so I went with the Curry spiced sausage, poached eggs, green lentils, kale, delicata squash, and coriander yogurt ($14)
Chile rubbed pork, fresh shelling beans, hominy, collard greens, and a black pepper biscuit ($14)
Our other friend got the grass-fed Hamburger with housemade pickles, and herbed french fries ($13)
For part of dessert, we had a small order of the Custard French Toast, caramelized apples and maple butter ($6)
It was a very buttery French Toast, but I could've used more apples. Luckily our other dessert was the Rome Beauty Apple Tarte Tatin, sweet creme fraiche ($8)
It was overall quite a good brunch and the food came out in a timely manner despite being so busy (I'm sure they've gotten it down by now). When you're bored of the standard eggs benedicts and omelettes, try this place out.
560 Divisadero St
San Francisco, CA 94117