It's almost unfair. With world-class wineries, artisinal cheese makers and small farms just a short drive away, San Francisco is awash in culinary riches. The quality and quantity of the restaurants here make San Francisco an unparalleled food city. The city is best known for its farm fresh, ingredient-driven food showcased at restaurants like the Foreign Cinema, Greens and Boulevard. Trendy neighborhoods like the Mission District and Noe Valley have come on strong with inventive but down-to-earth restaurants such as Range, Delfina and Incanto while top-of-the-line newcomers Coi and Ame wow locals and visitors alike with their eclectic, technically precise cuisine rooted in western and Asian traditions. With so many choices, the only downside in this city of plenty is deciding where to eat.
Indian. Roti Indian Bistro offers a casually elegant ambiance complimentary to the spicy aroma that emanates from the kitchen. The dramatic lighting and rich colors are meant to evoke the colors and feeling of India. Roti uses a synthesis of local organic ingredients and traditional Indian spices to create their exceptional Indian fusion cuisine.