Sausalito Gourmet Delicatessen

209 Caledonia St
Sausalito, 94965
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(415) 332-4880

Delis, Sandwiches

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Fred’s Coffee Shop

1917 Bridgeway Blvd
Sausalito, 94965
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(415) 332-4575

Coffee & Tea, Breakfast & Brunch, Sandwiches

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Fred’s Coffee Shop

1917 Bridgeway Blvd
Sausalito, 94965
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(415) 332-4575

Coffee & Tea, Breakfast & Brunch, Sandwiches

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BBQ N Curry House

160 Donahue St
Sausalito, 94965
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(415) 289-0786

Pakistani, Indian

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Kitti’s Place

3001 Bridgeway
Sausalito, 94965
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Outside of the main tourist part of Sausalito, in a non descript strip mall off Bridgeway, you'll find the best Thai in the local area. Super friendly staff, decently efficient service, fabulous food. It's sort of bistro Thai. Not the usual decor or anything that you might expect, and they do some fusion stuff and just plain burgers and other lunch staples. Everything is good, so good that we nicknamed the Chinese Chicken Salad "Crack Salad" -- you just can't stop eating it!
The Bay area has a thriving restaurant scene with numerous restaurants that offer diverse types of cuisines that please the senses. Yum every place. That is unless looking for a meal in Marin County where this diversity does not exist and the restaurant food (generalizing) lacks depth, flavor, and character. Without question there are a limited number of restaurants such as Insalata's, the Buckeye, and Avatar's that are exceptions. Still, in Marin, it is difficult to get a pleasing meal. On "paper" Kitti's Place located in Sausalito is an enigma. The location is convenient though it is not located downtown close to restaurant row. Positioned in a small plaza, it's easy to drive by without being aware of its presence especially as there's no flashy eye-catching sign that reels in 1st time customers. Then there is the menu. They have Asian food (primarily Thai), numerous Italian options, American food, salads, sandwiches, many vegetarian options, and unique specials of the day. Many restaurants that offer a melange of cuisine options are masters of none. And regarding the Thai portion of the menu, as there's little that distinguishes any of Marin's Thai restaurants from the others does Marin need another like-me Thai restaurant? My highest priority is on the food, its quality, does it taste good, whether the food has character, is it better than I can make. Service without question is important, though whether the service aspect is up to snuff or not has little meaning unless the food is worth going back for subsequent meals. Indeed Kitti's Place is a superb restaurant, an oasis in Marin's desolate food scene. And yes, Asian food lovers benefit from the Thai and other Asian selections available. Although the names of these selections may sound familiar, there is a difference. Where other restaurants have a more "corporate" standardized appearance and taste to their Asian preparations, Kitti's fare looks and tastes fresher, is infused with interesting flavor characteristics that reward the palette, and the selections are made using better "more Californian" ingredients. Serious home cooking (especially with ethnic cuisines) made with skill and love can beat the pants off of most restaurant food. And Kitti's Thai selections are what I envision dining on in the home of a very skilled Thai cook whose highest motivation is to provide the most delectable meal to his/her guests. From a mention years ago, I recollect that Kitti (the person) was a chef at a classy 4-ish star Italian restaurant. That past experience, in part, explains how a restaurant owned and run by a Thai family serves such a varied menu successfully. Their Italian selections are equal to what's served in most of the better Italian restaurants. Their salads are up there with the best in Marin. The various textures and the complexity of flavors coupled with the size of their salads make them a viable choice for lunch or dinner. Vegetarian options are numerous and tasty--my veg brother and his friends make Kitti's a must-stop-at place when visiting the area. As I have not had a sandwich there in years, I hesitate to describe them but to say the sandwiches I feasted on years ago including their curried turkey burger and eggplant vegetarian sandwich contributed to my enthusiasm for the place. Instead of an albatross, Kitti's diverse menu is a real benefit. No matter the size of the group or the particular food cravings or the degree of hunger of your dining partners, Kitti's likely offers satisfying options. Cousins and other family members make up the wait staff. Service is always cheerful, accommodating, and efficient. This is a comfortable neighborhood place; the interior is bright though not 5 star restaurant flashy. There are tables available outside when the weather is suitable which is always a nice option. It seems simple enough to expect a restaurant to serve tasty food presented well and that has character--especially in our food-rich Bay area. For whatever the reason, with very few exceptions, that operating concept has yet to arrive in Marin County. This makes me ambivalent about most restaurants in Marin with Kitti's being one of the few that I enjoy going to with any frequency. Unlike so many other restaurants, I am always pleased not only to go to Kitti's but am pleased at all aspects of the experience when I leave. This makes Kitti's a delightful food lover's oasis in Marin County. Do consider this review your word-of-mouth recommendation to experience Kitti's Place. Note: The hours Kitti's is open differs from many restaurants. Do call or check their website for their hours of business prior to going.
I can't say Sausalito is a food destination place, but Kitti's is definitely doing their part. Their potstickers are so delicious... all bulging with well seasoned meat and a great dipping sauce. They don't have Pad See Ew on their evening menu, but since they serve it for lunch, you can get it. Trust me, Pad See Ew is SOOOO much better than Pad Thai. The only reason I docked a star was because it was a bit salty. But the kids loved it, the staff is friendly, and Sausalito is such a great place to eat outside.

(415) 331-0390

Thai, Asian Fusion

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Napa Valley Burger Company

670 Bridgeway
Sausalito, 94965
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After riding my bicycle over the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito, I was ready for a cocktail and a bite to eat. Most of the places there seemed pretty pricey, or were just offering. I noticed this place, and went in and took a seat at the bar. The bartender was very nice, and made a great martini with "Witch's olives" (bleu cheese stuffed). The burgers looked so good that I ordered one, and was not disappointed. Great quality ingredients, and the quintessential fluffy bun that seems to be a Bay area burger trademark. I was surprised not to find a review of them on Yelp, but the bartender they had only opened a few months ago. I think that this place is a great destination for anyone visiting Sausalito for the day and taking the ferry back like I did!
I loveddd Napa Valley Burger Co. It was very charming and the service was impecable. I liked that my burger was served with a salad rather than fries. Everything was fresh and the prices were on point. I can't wait to go back :-)
Stick to the burgers, which my husband said was good. I had fish and chips that were overcooked and dry. My kids had chicken tenders that were also really dry. Kind of pricey for what you get.

(415) 332-1454

American (New), Burgers, Salad

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Bridgeway Bagel

3001 Bridgeway
Sausalito, 94965
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(415) 332-6445

Bagels

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Fish.

350 Harbor Dr
Sausalito, 94965
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(415) 331-3474

Seafood

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Thai Terrace

1001 Bridgeway,Ste B1
Sausalito, 94965
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(415) 331-8007

Thai

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Poggio

777 Bridgeway
Sausalito, 94965
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(415) 332-7771

Italian

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