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Nob Hill, San Francisco
1177 California St, San Francisco, California 94108
From Chef Mona: «Fallaha, roughly translated from Arabic, means country-woman. I have always envisioned a woman growing her own food and raising her own livestock; she gets her hands dirty daily and always creates the most beautiful, heart-warming food.
This menu is an introduction to the Fallaha in me. California-born and raised by Palestinian parents. You will indulge yourself in the story of the different culinary journeys I've taken, with just a hint of Palestine to finish it off!»
Reserve seats in advance here:
Course 1: Deviled Egg
Kefir, za'atar, pickled turnip
Course 2: Winter Fattoush
Fennel, citrus, County Line chicories, pita crouton, black cured olive, lemon-sumac vinaigrette.
Course 3: Hand Rolled Cous Cous
Semolina & bulgar, browned butter, preserved lemon, currant, bone broth.
Course 4: Cast Iron Chicken Thigh
Sumac caramelized onions, chicken-fat pita, cracklin.
Course 5: Haloumi Baklava
Pan fried haloumi cheese, filo, persimmon butter
Course 6: Banana Cream Katayfeh
Semolina custard, fresh cream, banana caramel
About the chef: Mona is a Palestinian-American chef that has climbed the ladder through many top San Francisco restaurants such as Jardiniere, Serpentine, and Roka Akor. She has been spending the last seven years refining her skill and technique in multiple cuisines and is here to tell you her story...with a Palestinian finish!