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Eating Out Paleo: Prospect (San Francisco, CA)

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Prospect is the modern, edgy new restaurant from the talented team at Boulevard. Both times we’ve eaten here, we’ve waddled away stuffed and satisfied. Prospect offers modern farm-to-table fare with some more exotic touches thrown in by acclaimed executive chef Ravi Kapur.

I’m not gonna lie: The preponderance of dishes include one or more elements that’s not Paleo-approved (e.g. lentils, gluten, polenta, etc.).  Just be a big caveboy or cavegal, and ask nicely to substitute with something else. They’ll be happy to do so as long as you aren’t acting like a demanding, pushy, and entitled bee with an itch.

Fitbomb and I decided to share two salads and two entrees for dinner. Portions were so substantial that dessert didn’t even look tempting to me. 

Wanna see what we ate?

The summer salad was a refreshing mix of cucumbers, tomatoes, crispy spiced onions, sun dried tomatoes, and goat cheese…

…and the green goddess salad was a lovely pile of greens with cucumbers and avocados hidden below.

For one of our entrees, we ordered the McCormack goat mixed roast…

…which came with sauteed spinach (in place of new potatoes), coriander Greek yogurt, lamb’s quarters, roasted eggplant sesame puree, and goat jus.

We also shared the Eden Farms Berkshire pork loin chop…

…which was accompanied by sauteed spinach (in place of polenta), roasted belgian endive, and roasted nectarine.

The salads were delicious but the meats really stole my heart. It’s no secret that I love goat meat so the mixed roast platter that came piled high with sausage, chops, and belly was heaven on a plate.

Great eats and even better company (we were at Prospect with S & J) — the best way to spend an evening!